By Tanya T. Lara (The Philippine Star)
MANILA, Philippines - When you think of Boracay, you think of the parties, great sunsets, the blue sea, restaurants and bars, and overcrowded weekends. All these make Boracay what it is — a gorgeous island, albeit with drawbacks like narrow streets and flooding. But we keep coming back to Boracay because it is simply beautiful.
Sustainability program to protect the island now in place in the 150-hectare tourism estate on Boracay’s northeast
Following brisk sales of Oceanway Residences, the first residential condominium cluster in Boracay Newcoast, Global-Estate Resorts, Inc. (GERI) is launching another residential condominium property in the 150-hectare tourism estate in the northeastern part of Boracay Island.
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In a statement, the Megaworld Corp. subsidiary said it is developing Ocean Garden Villas in its 150-hectare property in the northeast part of Boracay island, after the first condominium, Oceanway Residences, saw brisk sales.
Ocean Garden Villas will feature low-rise, six-story villa inspired residential clusters with 225 units, ranging from one-bedroom to two-bedroom resort-type suites.
The Philippines’ unprecedented economic growth affirms bright prospects for the real estate sector, as according to property consultancy firm Colliers International Philippines. The government’s thrust toward infrastructure development makes the situation even more viable for homebuyers planning to invest in rising business hubs as the circumstance is expected to drive progress in these areas.
In a competitive world where the level of stress is all time high, people resort to nature to relax, recharge and keep grounded. A home surrounded by greeneries generates a calming effect for its residents, lifting a weary body and soul. This is the kind of sanctuary that is being offered at Brixton Place.