Staycations have not just spurred growth in market preferences for convenient and accessible lodging, but have also influenced how real estate developers are curating destination homes to meet this need, according to Federal Land Inc.
Cherie Fernandez, Federal Land project development group head, said this influenced the company’s latest project, Mi Casa, a Hawaiian-inspired residential development within the Metro Park township in the Bay Area.
“More than providing aesthetically pleasing surroundings, we are also mindful of the deeper reason why Filipinos are wanting more and more staycations,” said Fernandez.
“People are feeling more stress and pressure from so many factors than ever before, and it’s our goal to give them a home where they can recharge and simply have fun.”
Mi Casa will offer one, two, and three-bedroom units sized between between 45.5 and 137.5 square meters each with a breathtaking view of Manila Bay.
Fernandez said Mi Casa’s indoor and outdoor amenities will have the tropical vibe full of bright and colorful softscape materials.
“Mi Casa’s indoor amenities assimilates a clubhouse concept- a harmony of vacation home atmosphere with recreational facilities such as the gym, lounge and playrooms, and productivity offerings such as the library, meeting and function rooms,” she said.
Mi Casa is accessible via major thoroughfares like Diosdado Macapagal boulevard, Metrobank avenue, Roxas boulevard and EDSA and is in close proximity to recreational and entertainments hubs such as shopping malls, concert arenas, casino resorts, and major leisure districts.
Turnover is in 2023.