This is a 1,500 hectare development worth more than P50 billion pesos. It will span an area from Las Piñas, Muntinlupa, Laguna and Cavite.
The Vista City will revolve developments from various Vista Land subsidiaries including Brittany, Crown Asia, Camella, Vista Residences and Vista Malls. During the last five years more than 550 hectares of land have been developed. The rest of Vista City is expected to rise up in the next five years.
Aside from the high-end Brittany, upper-middle market Crown Asia and middle-market Camella home development companies, which will be developing subdivisions within Vista City, Vista Residences will also have a condominium complex.
Vista City will also include a hospital, two big-name schools, sports facilities, and office buildings. Planned are 8 office buildings which will serve as locators for business process outsourcing (BPO) firms. Evia Lifestyle Center will also be expanded. From the current floor space of 40,000 square meters, it will grow to 120,000. It will also include a hotel for business men and for visiting families.
The whole concept of Vista City may seem hard to grasp at first, however, it all makes sense if you are familiar with the terrain. The main thoroughfare will be the Daang Hari and Daang Reyna roads which serve as an alternate route between Alabang and Cavite. Travelling through this newly built major highway is a breeze as it is still under development. Vista City will bring in new residents with the promise of good employment opportunities as well as entertainment centers, health and eduction institutions.
This is a comprehensive master-planned community which has taken a lot into consideration. Vista Land’s P50 billion investment will not only have subdivision development but will also include office space. Vista Land is looking at the offices and commercial space as a major source of recurring income.