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Modern green living at Zadia

/ 08:00 AM October 06, 2021

House hunters in search of green spaces, modern amenities and pedestrian-friendly roads in bustling Laguna will feel right at home in Sta. Rosa City’s first upscale vertical community.

Zadia Greenfield Development Corporation

Zadia, by Property developer Equus Property Venture Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of Greenfield Development Corporation is the fulfilment of the company’s vision of building future-ready and sustainable homes in the South.

A five-building residential complex in Greenfield City, Sta. Rosa, Zadia offers the benefits of intermingling modern city living with a nature-inspired lifestyle. The 3.6-hectare mid-rise condominium sits in a 450-hectare township touted to be Laguna’s new growth center.

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Tower 1 has already been completed early this year while Tower 2 has been topped off last July, 2021. To meet the strong demand from interested home buyers and investors, units at Zadia Tower 3 are currently open for pre-selling.

Zadia Greenfield Development

According to Duane A.X. Santos, executive vice president and general manager of Greenfield, “Executing these project milestones for Zadia at Greenfield City gains significance for us since they validate that we are on the right track in supporting the urbanization and progress of Sta. Rosa, Laguna, which is already home to important Greenfield business parks and industrial zones that help steer economic momentum in Metro Manila,”

The property has lush tree-filled landscapes to serve as respite for residents looking for a break from fast-paced daily lives. Each unit in the low-density development comes with a balcony, allowing dwellers to gaze into the horizon, enjoy the warmth of the sun, or take in the relaxing sight of clear, blue skies.

Residents can maintain their active lifestyle with amenities such as the indoor and outdoor basketball court, swimming pool, and outdoor tennis court. Tenants can enjoy a leisurely stroll and play with their children in the gazebo with landscaped gardens. Because the entire Zadia complex is also a 24/7 gated community, they can sleep soundly with the additional sense of safety. Friendly security personnel welcome guests with a smile at the hotel-like lobby as they enter the property.

Zadia’s location at the heart of the Laguna Central Business District provides convenience to employees, students, and families, as it is accessible to hospitals and schools via the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX), Eton-Greenfield Interchange and the Greenfield City-Unilab Exit. 

Just a stone’s throw away from the enclave are recreational and dining establishments for an easy shopping or culinary jaunt from home. Close to Zadia are Paseo Outlets, Laguna Central and Arcadia, where residents can take their pick of bars, cafes and more.

Greenfield Development Corporation has led in the development of Sta. Rosa City since the 1960s. Its premier master-planned community, Greenfield City in Sta. Rosa, continues to spur the area’s economic growth by nurturing thriving communities for the future with modern commercial conveniences just steps away from forward-designed residential projects. And with the success of Zadia, it has further laid down the foundation for its vision of building homes that are ready for tomorrow and for generations to come.

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