Arthaland builds new high-rise condo in Cebu

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July 10, 2021

MANILA, Philippines — Arthaland Corp., the real estate partnership between the Po and González families, has expanded its presence in Cebu with the launch of Lucima, another green building.

Jaime González, vice chairman and president of Arthaland, said the company believes in the potential of Cebu.

“Cebu is the best place to start it off in the South for Arthaland, following the success of our company’s office building development, the Cebu Exchange,” he said.

Lucima is a 37-story residential development located in a prime area at the corner of Cardinal Rosales Avenue and Samar Loop in Cebu Business Park.

It is envisioned to be the first quadruple-certified sustainable high-rise residential condominium in the country.

Lucima has also earned pre-certification for LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold by the US Green Building Council.

Christopher Narciso, executive vice president of Arthaland, said Cebu is fast gaining prominence as a leading regional hub and has become the preferred location for some of the most renowned global institutions.

“Investors and locators alike can look to Lucima to set the standard of luxury living in the city through its timeless design, meticulously executed construction, and thoughtful sustainability features,” he said.

As with other Arthaland developments, Lucima will have its own Potager Garden to provide residents with fresh, organic, and nutritious produce.

Arthaland’s wholly owned subsidiary, Emera Property Management, shall handle every aspect of Lucima’s upkeep and day-to-day management.

“It is committed to advancing comfort, security, safety, and wellness by introducing key technologies such as remote virtual concierge and semi-autonomous surveillance robots that promote a safer, contactless environment,” Arthaland said in a statement.

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