After a stellar track record in home and land development, Camella, the nation’s most trusted real estate brand, is making a name for itself in condominium development with its mid-sized resort-themed Vertical Villages in key cities in the country.
Currently present in cities such as Caloocan, Bacolod, Butuan and Davao, and provinces such as Bulacan, Batangas and Palawan – seven locations and counting – buyers and investors need only choose the condominium property that matches their their lifestyle.
Creating value for life in Luzon
Caloocan is the third most populous city in the country, making it an ideal location for property investors and those looking to start a new business. Right in the center is Camella Manors Caloocan, a 2.5 hectare property in Camarin Road, North Caloocan, with five vertical villages rising to 15 stories each. This is the first mixed-use development in the northern part of the town of Caloocan. Construction of a property-wide mall is underway, just steps away from its future residents.
Camella Manors SJDM is the company’s newest offering in Sto. Cristo, San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan. Within the two-acre property are four-story towers and lifestyle amenities like the clubhouse, pool, fitness center, and children’s playground. The property includes pre-sale one bedroom condo units ideal as transition homes and perfect for young investors looking for a profitable property investment in the booming province of Bulacan.
Moving south from Luzon and within the thriving mixed-use resort of Vista Land in Batangas is Camella Manors Lipa, a 2.8 hectare project that comprises ten mid-sized vertical villages. The Aspen building is currently in pre-sale of 30 m². one bedroom units.
Camella Manors Lipa is positioned as the city’s premier university development as it is bordered by a number of popular universities and colleges, making it a lucrative option for investors looking for rental opportunities.
Living in Vacation Destinations: Bacolod and Palawan
Camella is now in the cleanest and greenest city in the country. Palawan, dubbed the most pristine island in the Philippines and home to a diverse marine ecosystem, presents another gem with the entrance of Camella Manors Verdant.
Camella Manors Verdant is a vertical village along Bancao-Bancao, Gabinete Road, Puerto Princesa. Spanning 5,075m² of land, it comprises two newly constructed seven-story residential towers that are ready to welcome residents and investors seeking business ventures in this premier vacation destination.
Fostering public safety and a healthy lifestyle in a sustainable community are paramount at Camella Manors Verdant – a relaxed environment that nurtures family bonds and community pride.
There’s something to smile about in the City of Smiles, as Camella moves into the city. Camella Manors Bacolod, consisting of three seven-storey towers, two of which are already built, is beautifully situated on over one hectare of prime land. Located along GM Cordova Avenue, Buri Road, Mandalagan, the property has a lot to offer those looking for move-in ready homes or ready-to-operate business locations.
Camella Manors Bacolod goes beyond the basics to provide the best of modern conveniences and the upbeat lifestyle community that Negrens have always aspired to. Truly a place of distinction and privileged investment.
Pioneer in Mindanao
Camella, who has a knack for knowing where the next boom in business will be, is taking bold steps and investing in some of Mindanao’s emerging cities.
With a large number of locations awaiting major upgrades, as well as countless job and business opportunities, the future looks brighter for Mindanao. Needless to say, now is a long time to explore investment opportunities in Mindanao.
Camella Manors Soleia will house four seven-story mid-rise towers within its one-hectare estate. Located in Montalban, Villa Kananga, Camella Manors Soleia is the very first condominium in Northern Mindanao.
Now in its second pre-sale phase, with studios and one-bedroom units available, it offers countless opportunities for the city’s pioneering condominium investors.
A progressive and rapidly evolving metro city, Davao City is considered the main benchmark for growth in Mindanao and the rest of the country. It is currently hailed as the regional capital of southern Mindanao and the island’s premier agricultural and financial center, as well as its commercial hub.
Born from the success of its first five residential communities in the city, Camella is responding to the demand for quality yet value for money mansions with Camella Manors Northpoint and the future Camella Manors Frontera.
Camella Manors Northpoint, is a notable landmark along Jose P. Laurel Avenue, Bajada. Its five mid-size vertical villages offer studios, two- and three-bedroom units, and limited-edition penthouse units. Camella Manors Northpoint was designed using green architecture principles that allow natural light and clean air to flow freely inside each residential unit.
Nearby is the 1.8 hectare Camella Manors Frontera, a vertical village of six mid-rise towers located downtown along Manuel Garcia Road and has access to commercial, leisure and business hubs.
Camella believes in preserving nature, promoting safety and supporting healthy, quality living in a sustainable community.
Camella is the mid-market segment subsidiary of Vista Land, the nation’s leading homebuilder. Over 45 years, he has built an immense selection of quality homes and vertical resort-themed villages across our islands – each carrying Vista Land’s expertise in space planning, architecture sustainability and an innate talent for selecting accessible and attractive locations – always close to schools, businesses, transport hubs; and places of worship, entertainment and culture. To date, Camella has built over 500,000 homes and maintains a strong presence in Mega Manila and 47 other key provincial destinations and 149 cities and towns.
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