Priland breaks ground in Mactan on 6-tower Paseo Grove project

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HOMEGROWN developer Priland Development Corp. broke ground on the first phase of its six-tower development plan in Mactan Island.

Sitting on a one-hectare lot in Mactan Island, Paseo Grove is Priland’s first vertical project in Lapu-Lapu City.

It is a few meters away from the Mactan Economic Zone 2 and a short drive to major establishments, resorts and the Mactan-Cebu International Airport.

“We want to give Cebuanos a home close to everything that matters. Mactan, being the gateway to the province and a growing economic area, is a great site to bring this vision to life,” said Priland president Ramon Carlo Yap.

The first phase, consisting of two residential towers with 776 units, is set for completion in 2023.

The remaining phase will include two more residential towers and two small office, home office towers.

Paseo Grove will host different unit types to accommodate various office and lifestyle needs, including studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units in the residential towers.

In line with their principle of offering 360 living, Priland prioritizes convenience, accessibility and complete amenities in their projects.

“Paseo Grove was designed with different lifestyles in mind. Cebuanos can enjoy amenities and facilities that support any lifestyle at any pace, whether fast or laid-back,” said Yap.

The development will feature two swimming pools with a pavilion, a gym, a proposed daycare center, a playground, parks and gardens and a multipurpose room.

Similar to the other developments under Priland’s expanding portfolio, Paseo Grove will carry the Priland Advantage. Provisions will be provided for air conditioning, telephone, cable line, induction cooker, and range hood.

The towers will also have security and safety systems in place including those for fire alarm and detection, sprinkler and standpipe. (PR)

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