July 18, 2018, 6:29 pm
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The Hamptons Caliraya, next tourist destination in the south

Megaworld Corp. said it is developing a community in Laguna called “The Hamptons Caliraya.”

The 300-hectare project in Lumban-Cavinti, Laguna is being developed through listed unit Global-Estate Resorts Inc. (GERI), and is the latter’s second project that it categorizes as an “integrated lifestyle community.”

Boasting of a view of surrounding Lake Caliraya, the project will have lakeside residential villages and villas, a town center, two 18-hole golf courses and clubhouse, and a Marina Club “that offers a wide range of water sports activities such as boating, jet ski and kayaking, as well as a shophouse district and resort hotel district,” Megaworld said.

The company also said the project will feature The Hamptons Village, an 11-hectare lakeside residential village with lots ranging from 500 to 2,100 square meters. The village will have close access to the lake and the proposed Marina Club development, and its own clubhouse and a private marina.

“The development’s key highlight is Lake Caliraya as the community revolves around the lakeside concept, inspired by The Hamptons New York, which has become a major vacation spot to America’s elite society,” said Glenn Heraldo, Megaworld Global-Estate Inc.vice president for sales and marketing.

Besides having an exclusive, upscale residential community, The Hamptons Calirayais envisioned to be another tourist destination in the south, Heraldo added.

Megaworld said The Hamptons Caliraya has been allocated P8 billion in capital expenditures that will be spent in the next 10 years. 

“Aside from Lake Caliraya, the community will also enjoy the refreshing views of Mt. Banahaw from afar,” the company said. 

With the launch of The Hamptons Caliraya, Megaworldsaid it now has 23 townships and integrated lifestyle communities across the country, six of which are being developed by GERI in Boracay, Tagaytay, Cavite-Laguna, Las Piñas City and Antipolo.
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