UP to four new projects is expected to be launched in Tagaytay Highlands next year, as the mountain resort development marks its 25th anniversary.
Mabe E. De Goitia, Belle Corp. assistant vice president for marketing, said the company is planning to develop between three to four projects next year which will be a mix of condominiums and lots.
During a recent press conference at the Tagaytay Highlands, Ms. De Goitia said the whole property spans 1,500 hectares, and the 27 current projects make up less than 50% of the area.
“That’s why we are also launching a lot of new projects kasi [because] we have a very huge land bank to still develop,” she said.
Ahead of its 25th anniversary next year, Tagaytay Highlands’ facilities are being rehabilitated and improved such as the funicular train from the Bell View to the Madre De Dios Chapel, and the cable car,
“We’ve been very active with regards to maintaining our facilities, even rehabilitating it, even with properties. Every year we’ve been launching a lot of new projects… There is actually a lot that’s happening here,” Jaime S. Humarang, Jr., director for marketing communications of Tagaytay Highlands, said.
Re-opening starting this month are the Japanese, Spanish, and Filipino restaurants within the Tagaytay Highlands. New coffee shops are also scheduled to open next year.
The premier mountain resort development of SM Group features communities like Woodlands Point which features luxury log cabins; Horizon Terraces with its Asian-contemporary garden suites and villas; Sycamore Heights which offers views of Taal Lake and Midlands fairways; and Vireya, the only tropical resort community in the whole development. — Vincent Mariel P. Galang