- Best Sustainable Development
In a world of shrinking spaces and disappearing green areas, Sierra Valley Gardens is a breath of fresh air…literally. The mid-range condo development is part of a master planned, mixed-use estate where a premium has been placed on convenience, greenery and sustainability. Those living here will enjoy life surrounded by trees and clean air.
Situated in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, this project is only 30 minutes from the bustling Ortigas business district, but it feels a world away from the hectic streets of Metro Manila. This was very important for RLC Residences. They wanted Sierra Valley Gardens to provide green, spacious living that didn’t require residents to leave the city completely behind.
In that regard, Sierra Valley Gardens offers the perfect blend of suburban lifestyle with urban convenience to ensure everything you could need or want is easily available. Additionally, the open spaces and green areas encourage healthier lifestyles. All of this is supported through sustainability, something that means a great deal to the developer.
“Sustainability is a very important value for RLC Residences. That is why we continue to improve our sustainability and that starts with Sierra Valley Gardens. We made sure we incorporated a lot of open and green spaces to encourage residents to live an active lifestyle. We also made sure to offer amenities and facilities that provide sustainability as well as a healthy lifestyle for our homeowners,” Stephanie Anne Go, RLC Residences Assistant Vice President Business Development and Design, stated.
The work of RLC Residences was recognized at the Dot Property Southeast Asia Awards 2022 when Sierra Valley Gardens was named Best Sustainable Development. The first phase of Sierra Valley Gardens is set to be completed in 2025.
More than 45 developers, projects and real estate agencies were honored at the Dot Property Southeast Asia Awards 2022. Read more about the winners here.
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