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NextAsia unveils P8 billion residential projects in South Luzon

The residential communities in Calamba, Lipa, and Calauan will redefine sustainable urban living


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NextAsia Land, a value-driven and forward-thinking developer, proudly announces the launch of three groundbreaking residential communities in the South Luzon region. With a combined revenue investment of P8 billion, these developments, all NXTGreen certified, redefine sustainable urban living and set a new standard for modernity in residential spaces.

NextAsia CEO Cris Carreon

Spanning a total area of 35 hectares, the developments are Estonia Calamba (5 hectares), Florence Lipa (10 hectares), and Cyprus Calauan (20 hectares), with a total of 3,500 units. Estonia Calamba offers a modern living experience, Florence Lipa features innovative lifestyle amenities, and Cyprus Calauan sets a new benchmark for integrated community development. Each project blends modern amenities with serene surroundings, for an unparalleled quality of life.

Each project within this initiative boasts innovative amenities designed to enhance residents’ quality of life. From high-speed broadband internet access to solar-powered street lights and provision for EV charging stations, these developments prioritize sustainability and technological advancement.

The NextAsia team

As the demand for innovative housing solutions continues to rise, NextAsia’s latest venture anticipates generating an additional P8 billion in revenue, complementing the company’s ongoing projects. “We go beyond mere development; we craft harmonious living spaces that enrich the lives of our residents,” said Cris Carreon, president and CEO of NextAsia Land Inc. “Through these projects, we are not only addressing the housing needs of the region, but also contributing to the overall progress of the nation.”

The launch of these residential communities aligns with the Philippine President’s agenda to address the country’s housing backlog, which currently stands at 6.5 million units. By providing high-quality housing options, NextAsia Land aims to support the government’s efforts in meeting this critical need.

The success of these projects is made possible through strategic partnerships with key stakeholders. Partners include SB Capital, RCBC, BPI, Union Bank, Pag-Ibig, China Bank, Leechiu Property Consultants, and Converge, whose support has been instrumental in bringing these developments to fruition. “We are grateful for the support of our partners, whose expertise and resources have been invaluable throughout this journey,” added Carreon.


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