Laguna property draws inspo from Danish concept ‘hygge’

Hartwood Village at Meadowcrest. | PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF FEDERAL LAND

An inaugural development in the South is set to redefine modern living.

Within the scenic landscapes and the thriving growth center of Laguna is Meadowcrest, a 48-hectare multi-use, masterplanned community by Federal Land. It is defined by its charming residential enclaves, commercial hubs and lush green spaces.

The property utilizes the 15-minute urban planning concept through its walkable, human-scale neighborhood design with integrated pedestrian and dedicated bike lanes. Within it will lie Hartwood Village, the inaugural development that embodies the essence of the community’s ethos.

As the first residential enclave within Meadowcrest, Hartwood Village will delve deeper into the essence of residential comfort. It draws inspiration from the Danish concept of hygge, which consists of the principles of coziness, simplicity and contentment.

Hartwood Village will be an 11-hectare horizontal development with Phase 1 offering 110 prime lots. Sprawling parks and green spaces will also dot the landscape, creating an open space network where every corner will be a mere 150 meters from the nearest quiet pocket park. 

A 1.1-hectare Central Amenity Park, a clubhouse where residents can host family celebrations or business events; a lap pool, children’s pool, playscape, multi-purpose court, pet park, meditation garden and a great lawn will cradle the neighborhood.

Hartwood Village is strategically located just 3.2 km from the CALAX Laguna Technopark Interchange and 8.4 km from SLEX Sta. Rosa Exit. It is a kilometer away from De La Salle University — Laguna, 2.3 km away from Laguna Technopark, 3.9 km away from The Medical City South Luzon and 4.1 km away from Sta. Elena Golf and Country Club.