Megaworld Corp. said it expects to generate P2.5 billion in the first residential project — Arden Botanical Village — it will build in its 251-hectare Botanical Estate in Trece Martires City, Cavite.
The village is expected for completion in 2024.
Covering around 18-hectares of the estate, the gated community Arden Botanical Village will have 329 lots ranging from 280 to 609 square meters (sq.m.).
“Thoughtfully designed by renowned Filipino landscape architect and environmental planner Paulo Alcazaren, the exclusively gated Arden Botanical Village will be highlighted by the Centrera Park, which is surrounded by natural groves of mature trees, natural waterways and ponds, sprawling lush greeneries, expansive open spaces, promenades and parks, and jogging paths,” Megaworld said.
“The village’s Clubhouse will also be part of the Centrera Park, with some carefully curated amenities for the exclusive use of the residents and their guests. A natural swimming pool will be part of the amenities and village landscape, a trend that has gained popularity in European neighborhoods,” it added.
“Arden Botanical Village will be built around the natural features that thrive in the estate, providing purposeful, livable spaces for its residents. Because the location is naturally gifted with greeneries that couldn’t be found in any other residential villages, we want to preserve and highlight them in our development,” said Eugene Em Lozano, Megaworld first vice president for sales and marketing.
Lot prices in Arden Botanical Village range from P18,000 to P22,000 per sq.m.
Arden Botanical Village will feature thematic bridges, landscaped walkways, bike lanes, and some interactive water features. Houses and village amenities, including the village showroom, will feature minimalist form and clean lines with panoramic windows that look out, and make a pleasant contrast with the village’s verdant landscape.
Known to be a ‘sustainable’ estate, Arden Botanical Estate is a joint development of Megaworld and its subsidiary brand Global-Estate Resorts, Inc. Both companies are spending P18-billion to build the development in the next 10 years, that will be highlighted by flower farms and gardens.