• Commercial dev’t for Brittany projects

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    Brittany Corp., the subsidiary of listed Vista Land and Landscapes Inc. for luxury housing projects, is planning to build commercial developments in all of its projects as part of its expansion plans for this year.

    Brittany Corp. President Camille Villar said in an interview with reporters that the firm is currently planning to put up mixed-use commercial establishments in all of its projects.

    “We’re going to be putting commercial developments in all our subdivisions. So that’s one of the thrusts as well as our extensions in the provinces,” she said.

    “For Vista Land, primarily a lot of our expansions are in the province. For Brittany per se, we are focusing on our master-planned communities in Tagaytay, mainly Crosswinds, we’re going to have a new commercial area, with lots of quaint and novelty shops,” Villar added.

    Brittany currently has 100 hectares of property in its existing communities, and the company intends to use the land bank “not only in providing house and lots but also commercial developments.”

    She also mentioned that the company is looking to expand its current developments in Daang Hari in Alabang, Santa Rosa in Laguna and Tagaytay City.

    In general, Brittany has 300 hectares of property in Tagaytay, of which 100 hectares have been developed by the firm, while in Santa Rosa, the company has close to 100 hectares of land bank.

    The price range of houses under Brittany brands starts at about P20 million and could go as high as P50 million, while for its condominium, the price starts at P5 million and goes up to P8 million.

    Moreover, Villar said that the company is planning to do more leisure developments, after having to complete its hotel development in Crosswinds, which is its first leisure development in Tagaytay.

    “In the future, that is one of the areas that Brittany hopes to expand. We hope to venture into other leisure developments even outside of Metro Manila and also to form joint venture with hotels so that we can offer that to customers,” Villar said.

    Madelaine B. Miraflor

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