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Tagaytay Highlands takes development to greater heights

SOON TO RISE   Two Japanese-themed communities—Katsura and Yume—will open at Tagaytay Highlands in 2016. Camille Anne M. Arcilla

SOON TO RISE Units for the two Japanese-themed communities—Katsura and Yume—are currently being turned over to homeowners this year. Camille Anne M. Arcilla

Even after more than two decades of existence, Tagaytay Highlands still remains one of the country’s premier destinations for luxury living and takes development to greater heights by setting new projects for the upcoming year.

One of these projects is a midrise Colorado Rockies-inspired luxury condominium development called Woodridge Place, consisting of two towers, the Linden and the Mahogany. The Linden tower will be completed this year while units for Mahogany are now being turned over to homeowners.


“[Woodridge] offers the convenience of a lock-up-and-leave lifestyle, ensuring unit owners utmost exclusivity and modern utilities,” said Mary Eleanor Mendoza, Tagaytay Higlands senior vice president.

Woodridge is located on one of Tagaytay Highlands’ highest locations and offers unparalleled views of the Highlands golf fairways, Canlubang Valley and Laguna de Bay.


Aspenhills, on the other hand, is a hilltop haven ideal for those planning to build their modern ranch mountain lodge homes. The area boasts of cool and misty weather, complemented by hundreds of Araucaria trees. Likewise, it has an overlooking view of Canlubang Valley and Laguna de Bay.

Homeowners can have access to amenities that promote a holistic lifestyle such as the Village Hall, Little Ranch Playground and the Sunshine Picnic Grove.


Japanese-themed communities


Two Japanese-themed residential lot communities, on the other hand, were also introduced. Katsura, a 14-hectare scenic land, and Yume, another 3-hectare property, have a picturesque view of the Taal Lake and volcano.

“Katsura and Yume manifest a fusion of traditional and modern Japanese sophistication and are made for families who prefer a more idyllic lifestyle,” Mendoza said.


Mendoza also noted that given the growing number of residents, they opened a log cabin convenience store in 2014. She added Tagaytay, tagged as the second summer capital of the Philippines, still fares well in terms of clients’ choice in property location.

“It has a cooler climate compared to the Metro, but is located just over an hour from Metro Manila,” she said. “People choose Tagaytay because of its close proximity to their businesses and work and also because it offers a less dense and scenic living experience.”

Mendoza said Tagaytay Highlands is evolving from a mountain resort, wherein people spend their leisure time, to a primary home.

“Tagaytay Highlands continues to evolve. Other than continuously enhancing existing facilities, we continue to develop new communities and introduce new facilities, amenities and services,” she said.

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