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Greenfield to develop luxury community in Laguna

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Greenfield Trava
Trava is a suburban residential community being developed in Greenfield City, Sta. Rosa, Laguna.

GREENFIELD DEVELOPMENT Corp. (GDC) is developing a luxury residential community within its 400-hectare Greenfield City township in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.

Under new “ultra-luxe” brand Greenfield Deluxe, Trava is a 33-hectare residential community where “luxury meets green living.”

“In preserving the laidback environment of the South, Trava incorporates the urban conveniences of a premiere development with an ecological design that dedicates a huge 45 percent of the 33-hectare prime land to green open spaces and eco-efficient features,” the developer said in a statement.

Greenfield Deluxe tapped architectural firm Locsin and Partners for the master-planned community. Trava, which was launched in May 2018, features tree-lined roads, lush parks, fully underground utilities, and a streetscape with a four meter-wide lawn.

At present, Trava offers 315 saleable lots with sizes ranging from 550 square meters (sq.m.) to 750 sq.m. Prices range from P24,000 to P32,300 per sq.m.

Amenities include an ecologically designed clubhouse, a social hall, fitness gym, function and recreation rooms, children’s pavilion, a pool complex, adult and kiddie pools, dance studio, tennis court, basketball court, and bike and jogging lanes.




GDC has been involved in real estate development in Sta. Rosa, Laguna since the 1990s. The developer has transformed agricultural lands into cities within a park with its future-oriented homes, infrastructures, communities, and landscapes.

GDC is also the developer of Greenfield District in Mandaluyong City. Founded in 1961, the diversified real estate developer has been very committed in developing lands into communities that will be relevant throughout the years, still making sure that the environment is taken care and employing the latest technology. In addition to this, the company was founded by Jose Y. Campos, also the founder of pharmaceutical company, Unilab. — Vincent Mariel P. Galang

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