Sta. Lucia Land Inc. has set its eyes on Puerto Princessa City, where it is raising a new subdivision in Brgy. Sta. Lourdes. Called Green Peak Heights Subdivision, the project aims to tap into the city's burgeoning real estate market, touted to be among the fastest rising in the country.
The subdivision, according to the developer, is set to be built along the National Highway. From here, residents can enjoy an array of retail and lifestyle essentials. Several retail options stand only a stone's throw away, among them the Unitop Mall, the LRC 908 Mall, Mercato San Miguel, the Puerto Princessa Market, Robinsons Palawan, and the NCCC Mall. Puerto Princessa Baywalk Park, Plaza Aulalia, Rizal Park, Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral, and the Palawan Musuem are also close by.
The project itself provides a number of basic amenities: a community clubhouse, a basketball court, a children's playgroun, and a swimming pool.
Groundbreaking rites were held toward the end of March, with Puerto Princessa Vice Mayor Luis M. Marcaida II as a guest of honor along with several other officials from the local government. Sta. Lucia president and CEO Exequiel D. Roblez, as well as CEO and EVP of marketing Liezel T. Magpoc, and the development's engineer, Albert Caseñas, were also present at the launch.
Founded in 1972, Sta. Lucia Land has developed over 10,000 hectares of land. It has over 200 projects to its name, to date. The company specializes in masterplanned residential subdivisions for the middle-income sector. It has also developed golf courses, as well as the Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall, located in Cainta, Rizal.