Pangasinan’s lakeside paradise

Sta. Lucia Land Inc.’s upcoming development in Manaoag, Pangasinan, is a lakeside paradise that promises holistic and healthy urban living.

“We want the people — our future residents — to again enjoy the idea of living a life that is close to nature and centered on one’s well-being. The pandemic allowed us to understand the importance of looking after our own physical and mental health, and with a development like Sta. Monica, we believe that we might just be able to help them do so,” Exequiel Robles, Sta. Lucia Land, Inc. president, said in a statement.

Sta. Monica Lake Residences will feature a man-made lake and Spanish-Mediterranean houses that future residents can design themselves.

This nature-filled community is near the Shrine of Our Lady of Manaoag and the Church of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, as well as schools Collegio de San Juan de Letran, Manaog Central School and the Our Lady of Manaoag Innovative School.

LIVING close to nature at Sta. Monica Lake Residences.

Sta. Monica Lake Residences is also close to the Manaoag Community Hospital, St. Mary’s Medical and Diagnostic Center and commercial areas, such as the Magic Mall Manaoag and Puregold among others. A number of hotels and banks are near the development.

With its strategic location, Sta. Monica Lake Residences is easily accessible from Metro Manila and other areas in Central and North Luzon.

Sta. Lucia also has other master-planned communities in Pangasinan including Almeria Verde Dagupan, which offers high-end living in a secure, conveniently located, self-contained neighborhood, and Centro Verde Bayambang, a gated development within a flood-free location that affords proximity to Pangasinan attractions and countryside ambiance.

“Being in the north and delivering this type of development gave us the advantage to cater to the growing demand for spaces that promote wellness. We understand the desire of many Filipinos to live in a safe, accessible and nature-filled community where they can create valuable experiences and meaningful memories,” Robles concluded.