April 15, 2019 1:23 am
From a former steel mill will rise a brand-new “green” estate in the Pasig/C5 area.
The P53-billion joint venture by Eton Properties Philippines Inc. (EPPI) and Ayala Land Inc. (ALI), Parklinks, takes advantage of the C5 corridor’s largest estate. Here are five of the best things about the project, which aims to transform this promising property into an attractive and “green” location for both residential and corporate purposes.
First and foremost, of course, would be the abundance of open spaces in Parklinks. Embracing the need for lush locations for greenery to thrive, the approach to developing Parklinks will not only provide a welcome respite from the metro’s day-to-day hustle and bustle, but also challenge our collective notion of what a “green” community should be.
With at least 4 locations for parks and open spaces within the estate, future residents, office workers, and establishment owners will surely find something to love about Parklinks, whether they’re looking for a window to nature’s beauty or a temporary escape from the busy city life.
As the biggest mixed-use development estate along the Pasig/C5 area, Parklinks will definitely be accessible to everyone.
Aside from the usual roads (Amang Rodriguez Avenue, Ortigas Avenue), Parklinks will also connect Quezon City and Pasig through a picturesque bridge crossing over the Marikina river that will make travel much easier for the denizens of the two cities. The bridge will also have bike lanes and pedestrian walkways. It is expected to be completed sometime in the next one to two years.
A walkway system will be established within Parklinks to encourage physical activity among office workers and residents. As they stroll through the estate grounds, they’ll be able to see and access the numerous open spaces across the area, which they can visit to relax, exercise, or simply spend time with their loved ones.
These channels for physical activities and bonding, combined with the green approach to development and maintenance of the estate, will promote a healthy lifestyle among the people who take advantage of Parklinks’ facilities.
The beauty of being in a prime and busy location is that there will never be room for boredom.
Whether you’re living in Parklinks or working there, you’ll find a wide assortment of things to do and ways to enjoy yourself. An upcoming lifestyle mall will offer numerous retail and dining establishments, as well as a massive sports complex on the top floor that will cater to fitness enthusiasts.
Meanwhile, residents will find no shortage of educational institutions, hospitals, churches, and other crucial structures and services a stone’s throw away from the estate.
The vision behind Parklinks is not limited to its ongoing residential and corporate development projects. In fact, EPPI and ALI envision a balance between open spaces and lifestyle and office facilities over the course of the next decade of Parklinks’ development.
Indeed, the biggest estate of the C5 corridor is far more than just a prime investment location. It is a potential game-changer that can redefine the way we look at sustainable living in the Philippines.
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