Century Properties eyes P13B sales from artsy Batangas residential enclave
Antonio family-led Century Properties Group expects to generate about P13 billion from the sale of residential units in Batulao Artscapes phase 2.
Located in Nasugbu, Batangas, the project is envisioned to be ?the world?s first liveable art park?, targeting active retirees and established families looking for design-driven homes outside Metro Manila.
?We are very excited to offer approximately 1,700 residential units, as part of the next phase of presale for Batulao Artscapes. This inventory represents the biggest bulk of the project and we expect the sales to be brisk due to the overwhelming demand for the project,? said Tim Hallett, president of Century Properties Leisure and Hospitality Inc.
Launched in December 2017, Batulao Artscapes is located within an expansive 142-hectare artventure community that boasts designer homes and world class amenities.
Of the first 306 homes offered to the market, 74 percent had already been sold with a sales value of P1.2 billion.
Filipino names lead the roster for Batulao Artscapes? first three villages: Architect Ed Calma?s Polygonal Successions for the Cluster Village, designer Kenneth Cobonpue?s Hedera Homes for the Commune Village, and Budji+Royal Architecture+Design of Budji Layug and Royal Pineda for the Collection Village featuring their Tranche and Facet Homes.
The fourth section, called the Curated Village, features one-of-a-kind homes by international architects and designers. The first Curated Village within Batulao Artscapes features David Salle + AA Studio?s ?Billboard Home?, Marcel Wanders? ?Eden?, Marmol Radziner & Kravitz Design?s ?Instrumental Home?, Philip Johnson Alan Ritchie Architects? ?Modular Glass House?, Elizabeth de Portzamparc?s ?Butterfly Home?, AFGH for Wallpaper?s ?We Home?, Studio Libeskind
Century will also build a 500-room art-inspired condominium and about 30 art-inspired resort villas within the property.