PROPERTY DEVELOPER Sta. Lucia Land, Inc. is showing its resilience amid the pandemic, as it continues to develop high-quality and value-for-money residences around the country.

“At Sta. Lucia Land, we always strive to do business the right way. We deliver what we promised our homebuyers — we do not take shortcuts. We know that every investment is a product of their hard work and that’s why we make sure that our projects are indeed worth every centavo,” Sta. Lucia Land President Exequiel D. Robles said in a statement.

“This is why we continue to build projects of premium quality, partner with some of the most dependable marketing arms and do joint ventures with other highly established land owners and developers,” he said.

The listed company has developed over 250 projects, ranging from townships, condotels, golf courses, offices, commercial spaces, house and lots, and lakeside communities.

Its projects include Nottingham Villas in Iloilo; Mesilo at Nueva Vida in Dasmariñas, Cavite; Valle Verde Cebu in Lapu-Lapu City; and Woodside Garden Village in Urdaneta, Pangasinan.

Sta. Lucia has also developed the Acropolis Loyola, a 40-hectare estate covering parts of Quezon City and Marikina City; the 220-hectare Summit Point Residential Estates and Golf & Country Club in Lipa, Batangas; Club Morocco Beach Resort and Residential Estates in Subic, Zambales; and the 707-hectare Eagle Ridge Golf & Residential Estates in Cavite.

“Our projects are built with all the essentials needed for our residents to experience even better days ahead. We provide them with amenities and facilities that would encourage them to live a multifaceted lifestyle. And with the pandemic still proving to be a challenge, trust that we will continue to create communities where they will feel safe and secure,” Mr. Robles said.

Sta. Lucia Land said it is committed to developing projects that are value-for-money and have premium quality. It also ensures the communities “will be the homebuyers’ own legacy, which they can pass on to the next generation.”

“We’ve always made sure to study and understand what the market needed. In doing so, we were able to come up with projects that were attuned to their preferences, enabling us to further expand our footprint in more areas,” Mr. Robles said.