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Portfolio » Projects » Corporate Business

Sta. Rosa Business Park

TCP (industrial lots): Php 12 - 49M
Lot Area: 834 - 3,354sqm

Project Description:

Expanding development in the Investment Capital of the South, the 11-hectare Sta. Rosa Business Park (SRBP) offers local and multinational investors a prime location and strategic resources that open up countless opportunities for a modern business to thrive.

A park-like environment situated proximate to commercial and retail developments, almost 200 multinational companies and more than 15 residential communities, businesses will find that SRBP provides a conducive atmosphere for creative and innovative work. 

For export-oriented businesses, Greenfield City boasts of advanced road and communications infrastructure, security, first-rate amenities, landscaped open spaces and abundant land readily capable of accommodating operations expansion.

For business process outsourcing (BPO) firms, SRBP can take advantage of the thousands of college graduates from the learning institutions of neighboring residential subdivisions.

For hoteliers, a huge demand from the expatriates of surrounding industrial parks await residential and leisure facilities. Moreover, the same companies have long been seeking a venue to hold their seminars, workshops and other corporate events.

For learning institutions, the middle and upper income families residing within the area spend 20% to 30% of their monthly income for communication, entertainment, IT and education.

For entrepreneurs, other lot buyers of the largely sold out Blocks 1&2 of the 4-block development disclosed plans for putting up residential condominium buildings, condominium-hotels and more hotels over the next couple of years.

Indeed, SRBP is the business address of the country’s new growth center.