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Laying the groundwork for an eastern biz hub

Laying the groundwork for an eastern biz hubIts landmark developments have not only helped improve lives, but have also enhanced the way businesses are done.

Having established its foothold in the eastern part of the metro way before everyone else, esteemed property developer Sta. Lucia Land Inc. has long served and satisfied the needs and whims of its discerning clientele and investors. For more than four decades now, it has helped many hardworking individuals to achieve their dream of owning a home through the company’s innovative residential developments. It thus comes as no surprise that Sta. Lucia Land has long established a strong foothold and is now regarded as one of the prime movers in the Philippine real estate sector.


As it constantly looks for ways to help more Filipinos, Sta. Lucia also continues to expand its product portfolio, even going beyond the business of selling lots and condominium units

“It has always been our goal to deliver developments that not only improve lives but would also have an impact to the society. As a responsible developer, we are highly aware of the crucial role that we play in helping build the nation. Our work doesn’t stop with a single home development—it is a continuous process that in fact, we always have to be on our toes to ensure that every need is served and every demand is satisfied,” said Sta. Lucia Land president Exequiel Robles.


“If our only goal is to build a home, then I must say mission accomplished. But we know it doesn’t end there. Over the past decades, we have managed to create and deliver various project models, all of which are meant to satisfy the needs of the market that time. In recent years, however, we have seen the rising popularity of mixed use developments and the high demand for quality office space and thus, we are making sure that we have a healthy inventory of such developments in our portfolio,” he added.

Laying the groundwork for an eastern biz hubIndeed, the timing couldn’t have been better for Sta. Lucia Land as it takes an aggressive, ambitious stab at creating what could be the first central business district in the eastern side of the metro.

As the area continues to experience an increasingly brisk economic activity, it only seems right for Sta. Lucia Land to be more bullish in providing investors and locators the perfect venue to set up shop and do their trade.

Soon enough, fresh spaces will be made available within the sprawling Sta. Lucia shopping complex as the company takes its initial foray into the office property market.

“With the demand for office space now also felt in this side of the metro, Sta. Lucia Land believes that now more than ever is the best time for the company to go into this market segment. Given Sta. Lucia shopping complex’s strategic location, we believe that what we have on hand is truly a premium investment, one that could help further stir economic activity in the area,” Robles shared.

Upon completion, the six-storey Sta. Lucia Business Center will offer over 10,000 sqm of leasable office space which can cater to various industries including business process outsourcing firms (BPOs). It is envisioned to help jumpstart the development of Cainta as a business hub.

Laying the groundwork for an eastern biz hubThe Sta. Lucia Business Center, which will be connected to the ongoing LRT-2 extension project, is located along Marcos Highway. The first two floors would be dedicated for retail shops while the third to sixth floors will be leased out as offices.

“With the completion of the business center, investors can now consider the eastern part of the metro as an ideal home for their business. By expanding our portfolio, bringing our expertise in creating homes, to building offices, we not only hope to tap and cater a new market segment but also help stir economic activity in the area,” Robles concluded.

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