THE coronavirus pandemic has reiterated the need for homes located in open, breathable spaces.
Pacifica Homes Development Corp. (PHDC), the real-estate arm of the Century Pacific Food Inc. had taken up the challenge to provide sustainable yet affordable homes in a suburban setting.
Pacifica Homes had launched its first affordable residential project—the Hamana Homes in Magalang, Pampanga. Hamana Homes is a 15-hectare residential project that has been well-planned because upon entry, commercial areas are planned together with a transport terminal to cater to the resident’s needs.
The main entry road is wide enough at 16-sq-m ROW, which is wider than the usual roads at 9 to 10 meters.
According to Oscar Pobre, president and CEO for PHDC, the customer’s needs had been on top at every part of the property development beginning with the generous lot sizes and livable floor areas.
Targeting 1,000 homes in its first project, Hamana Homes, had taken up the Asian modern inspired house models to suit the natural climate and a sustainable living environment, with enough spaces for backyard gardens and play areas.
Hamana Homes also offers generous number of open spaces which is almost 40 percent of the development. Its main amenity area covers 6,000 sq.m that will feature a clubhouse, a swimming pool and a basketball court. Aside from these amenities, several pocket parks would be built in the residential development that would be strategically positioned within reach of residents.
“Pacifica Homes is committed to the development of a new generation, affordable and superior-value [ASV] homes in the country,” Pobre added. “It is a true value for money because our project taps green technology techniques in building and construction.”
He attributed this customer-centric property development to the real-estate firm’s parent company, Century Pacific Group Inc. (CGPI), that adheres to a “customer-first” paradigm, which has been fueling its successful business all these years.
Pacifica Homes is wholly owned subsidiary of CGPI, one of the Philippines’s largest consumer-focused companies. With an established track record in brand-building spanning more than 40 years, Century Pacific Group has developed a roster of household names which include Century Tuna, Argentina, 555, Angel, and Birch Tree. It is likewise behind family casual dining brand Shakey’s Pizza, one of the leading operators of fast casual restaurants in the Philippines.
“It is CGPI’s thrust of providing “affordable quality products” and this expertise and commitment is now being applied to its real estate arm,” Pobre added.