Vista Land to launch over 16 Asterra projects in 2023


For many Filipinos, Metro Manila is the gold standard for modern living. As host to three or more Central Business Districts and most of the country’s commercial and industrial hubs, the metro is where the movers and shakers keep the local economy humming.

However, the sardine-like density in the big cities can also take its toll on the harried Filipino workforce. The traffic and chaotic transport systems foment stress, driving even longtime urbanites to seek a happy medium—the suburbs—that offers the tranquil environment they want and the conveniences of city living that they need.

This is what Asterra, the affordable residential project of leading property developer Vista Land, seeks to address in 2023 when it opens sixteen new projects in various municipalities in the country. While Vista Land has yet to disclose the locations where Asterra will rise, the property developer affirms that the selection process is based on important factors like economic and investment opportunities that coalesce to improve the Filipino homeowners’ quality of life.

This likewise assures future Asterra residents that all developments in the portfolio will have access to schools, hospitals, retail hubs, leisure establishments—and even corporate spaces.

Asterra projects will feature clusters of residential developments all with sleek, spacious, and well-laid-out interiors that active young professionals, entrepreneurs, and start-up families covet. Asterra will also have various fun amenities like basketball courts, gyms, and function halls to foster warm and friendly community ties that are a trademark of all Vista Land developments.

All in all, Asterra looks to be the perfect domicile for city-weary Filipinos who will thrive in suburban neighborhoods that are within a reasonable commute to urban centers. And the good news is, they can all look forward to Vista Land’s Asterra going on pre-selling mode next year.


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