Gran Avila: A sanctuary for every growing families

Gran Avila Project Description

Gran Avila is the latest economic housing project of local real estate developer, Stateland, Inc. in Barangay Majada in Calamba, Laguna. The project encompasses 16.25 hectares of prime land, inspired by modern-themed architectural designs.

The subdivision is divided into five phases with residential units that provide flexibility and comfort to its future residents. Stateland’s adherence to quality, meticulous workmanship and compliance with industry standards in land development are evident to this economic housing development.

Each house model offers various modern designs with flexibility and functionality. These homes are built with careful attention to detail to assure the integrity of each structure. Stateland homes are stronger and more durable that create structural soundness to suit the growing needs of their homeowners.

Avila is the highest provincial capital in Spain. It is well known for being the “City of Saints.” Stateland converges the concept of being a place of saints and modern architectural theme that is perceived to be timeless and harmonious community.These ideas evolved into Gran Avila.

 

Gran Avila Project Specifications 

  • Road Works
    • Concrete Roads (Right of Way)

                   12.00m            8.00m                      6.50m

  • Drainage System
    • Underground Reinforced Concrete Drainage Pipe (RCDP) System Including Cross Pipe
  • Water Supply
    • Centralized Distribution System with Elevated Water Tank
  • Electrical System
    • Meralco Electrical Distribution System with Concrete Pole

 

Featured Amenities

  • Modern Inspired Design
  • Landscaped Main Entrance with Guardhouse
  • Multi-Purpose Hall for Meetings, School Gatherings and Recreations
  • Landscaped Children’s Playground with Play Equipment
  • Landscaped Main Open Space
  • Perimeter Fence

 

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Gran Avila landscaped main entrance

 

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Gran Avila Multi-purpose hall

 

 

Gran Avila House Models

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ALTO

Floor Area: 60 sq. m.

Min. Lot Area: 84 sq. m. 

Features: Two-Storey, Single Attached, Provision for 3 Bedrooms, 1 T&B, Living, Dining & Kitchen Area, Provision for Carport

 

 

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SOLO

Floor Area: 36 sq. m.

Min. Lot Area: 84 sq. m.

Features: One-storey, Single Attached, Provision for 2 bedrooms, 1 T&B, Living, Dining and Kitchen Area, Provision for Carport

 

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STANZA

Floor Area: 43 sq. m.

Min. Lot Area: 47.25 sq. m. (inner unit) ; 68.25 sq. m. (end unit)

Features: Two-storey, Townhouse, Provision for 2 bedrooms, 1 T&B, Living, Dining and Kitchen area, Provision for Carport ( for end unit only)

 

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LEGATO

Floor Area: 25 sq. m. 

Min. Lot Area: 47.25 sq. m. (inner unit) ; 68.25 sq. m. (end unit)

Features: Two-storey, Row house, Provision for one bedroom, 1 T&B, Living, Dining and Kitchen area, Provision for Carport ( for end unit only)

 

Proposed Model Name Meanings:

 1. Solo – a musical composition or a passage or section in musical composition written for performance by one singer or instrumentalist, with or without accompaniments

 2. Stanza  – arrangement of a certain number of lines, usually four or more, sometimes having a fixed length, meter or rhyme scheme, forming a division of a poem.)

 3. Alto – the highest male voice; a musical part for such a voice;

 4. Legato – to be performed smoothly and connectedly, a style of playing in which no perceptive gaps are between notes

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Gran Avila and Casa Laguerta: providing housing opportunities to hardworking Filipinos

           A house is probably the best place on Earth. It can protect you from the danger and calamities outside. It gives you a more secured and more comfortable feeling. It provides us space that we can call our own. A house, like food and water, is a basic need of mankind. We cannot live without a shelter. We’ll suffer from severe heat or severe cold. Like education, having a house is every person’s right, much to the perseverance of an individual. However, in light of the recent situation of poverty that many of us experiences, owning a house seems like a dream that will never come true. This is the very reason why Stateland Inc. was established- to materialize what ordinary people only visualize.

            In its more than three decades of existence and leadership in real estate industry in the Philippines, Stateland continues to provide Filipinos durable and quality houses in well-established and well-balanced communities. Now, Filipinos need not to spend too much in owning a house, because Stateland offers socialized and economic housing projects in the heart of Calamba, Laguna. The two soon-to-rise communities in Barangay Majada, the Gran Avila, and Casa Laguerta in Barangay Laguerta will bring new perspectives in the lives of hard working Filipinos.

            Inspired by the idea of being in a timeless and harmonious community, Gran Avila was named after the highest provincial capital in Spain, the Avila which means “City of Saints”. Gran Avila offers four types of model units which are all musically-inspired: the Alto, Solo, Stanza and Legato. With varying floor and lot areas, families can enjoy the intimate spaces together while enjoying the serene and environment-friendly picturesque of the community. Various amenities are also offered to ensure the safety, convenience and recreation of the future homeowners. Houses are also inspired by modern-themed architectural designs with different color schemes to choose from to suit every families’ individual taste and design. Aside from being in a modern yet relaxing community, future homeowners will also enjoy the community’s location because of its nearness to several commercial establishments, schools, churches, medical services and banks

            A few blocks away from the Gran Avila, another community will also be rising. The Casa  Laguerta, the 7.46 hectares socialized housing project of Stateland Inc. is fit for every starting family who plans of having a family of their own. Divided into two phases, this community will redefine the standards of quality family living set amidst the mountains and greeneries of the South.

            Stateland commits itself of serving the Filipino people with the houses that they deserve. Gran Avila and Casa Laguerta are the keys of realization to every Filipino family who wishes to have their own shelter. Comfortable and quality living need not to be expensive, rather, it need to be felt by every member of the family, no matter what price they have to pay.

            To know more about the developments and more information about Stateland’s newest projects, contact the Marketing group at 244-6818 or 09178274553, or visit www.stateland.com.ph and the official Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/Stateland Inc.

 

 

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Gran Avila main entrance

 

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Gran Avila clubhouse

 

 

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Gran Avila’s Alto house model

 

 

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Casa Laguerta Main Entrance

 

 

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Casa Laguerta Multi-purpose hall

 

 

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Casa Laguerta row house model

Stateland brings American Dream to 2014 Brokers’ Conference: Proposed projects and developments unveiled

Stateland, Inc. recently kicked off the year 2014 by holding its annual Brokers’ Conference held at the Golden Bay Restaurant along Macapagal Boulevard in Pasay City last January 14, 2014.

Inspired by the famous national ethos of the United States, this year’s theme of the Brokers’ Conference, the “American Dream” centres on the idea that one’s hard work would eventually lead to a happy and successful life, thus the idea of persevering to attain one’s personal goal and that also of the company. The theme insinuates the idea of living the dream in order to reach the peak of success. This year’s conference also showcases the business partners’ incentives for the year 2014. Presented by First Assistant Vice President for Sales and Marketing Mr. Regan Uy and Sales Division Head Ms. Hazel Layag, various promos and incentives were announced during the event, including which is a one-week Trip for two to USA, among other out of the country trips.

“We will try our best to continue quality land development and the housing components of our projects. We shall endeavour to be more competitive in our commission structures and incentives”, Stateland, Inc. President Reynaldo T. Cometa remarked during his welcoming speech. Mr. Cometa also announced the different projects lined up for the year 2014. He revealed the construction and development of the Washington Place Phase 3, Stateland Inc.’s flagship project in Dasmarinas, Cavite. Additional 338 units will be built out of the 1, 600 units total for the Washington Place, excluding the commercial space. The company is also venturing in developing a mall in the middle of the commercial centre of Washington Place and Gran Seville in Cabuyao, Laguna. Mr. Cometa then added the plan of the company to launch two new projects in the third and last quarter of the year. PD 957 town homes located in Batangas is slated to be launched in the 3rd quarter of this year, while the 32-hectare mixed PD 957 and BP 220 development is planned to be launched in the last quarter of the year. “The happier we are, the more we are winners”, Cometa added, ending his speech with motivating words to the business partners.

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Mr. Cometa delivers his welcoming speech to the crowd of business partners, in house sellers and guests.

More surprises came as various business partners showcased their talents in Boogie, ChaCha and Modern HipHop dance competitions. Names were also drawn to win raffle prizes which include a 40” Samsung LED TV, refrigerator, washing machines, among a hundred of major and minor prizes. The night also witnessed the awarding of the Female and Male Star of the Night, dressed in their most dazzling American outfits.  Another highlight of the event is the awarding of the winners of last year’s promos and incentives. RCD Realty and CM Cervida Realty won the trip for two packages to Phuket, Thailand.

Attended by more than 600 business partners, the 2014 American Dream Brokers’ Conference signals yet another abundant year for everyone including the Real Estate industry of the country. Last year, Stateland, Inc.’s Brokers’ Conference with the theme “All Summer Long” was also held at the Golden Bay Restaurant.

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The crowd at the Golden Bay Restaurant during the 2014 Brokers’ Conference

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Stateland, Inc. President Reynaldo T. Cometa and Senior Vice President for Sales and Marketing Delie U. Chua award the Trip for two to Phuket, Thailand to business partners RCD Realty and CM Servida Realty. 

The year that has been… 2013

To many people, the start of new year beacons new beginnings. New chances, new opportunities, new blessings. We are all celebrating because of the new found chance of doing things right and grabbing every opportunity that comes our way. New year lets us reinvent ourselves and become the better version of what we had become in the past years. It also allows us to reach out to other people and give help to those in need. That’s the spirit of New Year. As we bid farewell to the year that has been, we say our hello to the coming one. 2013 has been a challenging and tough year to almost everybody, especially to our country. Moving forward is the best option that we could make, but we must also not forget to look back to the all the things we’ve been through in the past year for the experiences that we’ve had gave us strength and courage to face another day in our lives.

 

For Stateland, Inc., 2013 has been a year full of ups and downs. Nonetheless, we never let obstacles hinder the very objective of the company of providing Filipino people with durable and affordable houses in desirable communities that they truly deserve. 2013 gave the company a fair share of give and takes, trials and successes, failures and achievements. Nonetheless, it continues to live up to its legacy of quality townships to bring satisfaction to its valued clients. As we look forward in the year 2014, we look back and remember the things that made 2013 truly remarkable for Stateland, Inc.

 

1. 2013 Brokers Conference – Held at the Golden Bay Restaurant last January 11, the 2013 Brokers Conference signalled the successful start of 2013. It was graced by President Reynaldo T. Cometa, Executive Vice President Elizabeth Chow, with the rest of the Senior Management Committee. With the annual theme of All Summer Long, the event was attended by hundreds of brokers who have been selling the different projects of the company. Several promos and incentives were announced on that night that would further motivate the sellers to generate more sales for the company and for themselves.

 

2. Launching of two new communities in Calamba, Laguna—the Gran Avila and Casa Laguerta – Last July 20, Stateland, Inc. officially launched and introduced the newest socialized and economic housing communities in Calamba, Laguna. These are the Gran Avila in Barangay Majada and Casa Laguerta in Barangay Laguerta.  Project orientations (both of the projects) for the in-house and external sellers were also conducted prior to the launching.  These are one of those momentous events for the company as we are once again embarking in socialized housing projects that we were once known for decades ago.

 

3. Gabay Guro Grand Gathering – In fulfilling the advocacy of honouring our teachers, Stateland, Inc. partners with PLDT-Smart Foundation in their flagship program, the Gabay Guro. It’s a program anchored with six core pillars with the primary objective of helping the teachers and acknowledging their works and efforts for the betterment of the society. As a testament of the company’s advocacies, the company sponsored a brand new Alto house model of its newest project development in Laguna, the Gran Avila. Annalyn Dizon, high school teacher from Bacoor, Cavite won the new house and lot. Dizon and her family had already visited the Gran Avila site where their new house will be built. She and her family are expected to move in their new house in the second quarter of 2014.

 

4. Annual Company Christmas Party – The annual grand celebration of Stateland, Inc. Christmas party was waived to give way for a more meaningful act- and that is to show solidarity to the victims of the Super Typhoon Yolanda. The savings generated from waiving the traditional Christmas party and holding it in the office building instead was donated to the Yolanda victims. Nonetheless, Christmas spirit was still present during the simple yet fulfilling Christmas party. With the theme of One Voice of Stateland, employees were given the chance to showcase their talents in singing and wow the crowd during the Christmas party held at the 4th floor of State Centre Building in Binondo, Manila last December 20, 2013.

 

            These are some of the events that had happened in the year 2013. As we look back to the things that had happened, we are making sure that 2014 will be a better year for all of us as we continue serving the Filipino people, living up to their expectations and providing them shelters for their better future. 

 

 

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A series of 2013 events for Stateland, Inc.