Blue moons happen every couple years or so and today is one of those infrequent astrological phenomena. But it even takes longer to have an honest-to-goodness sustainable development its residents can swear by, where their most basic needs are fully met and grows with the family’s continually changing preferences. You can say it’s once in a blue moon.

And to great extents, developments like these are not made overnight, just like South Forbes Golf City, the country’s largest fully-integrated and all-themed golf resort city at the forefront of the Metro Sta. Rosa – Tagaytay corridor. It took serious master planning, innovative architectural design, and sustainable construction methods that made it the recipient of the Best Golf Community Development by the 2007 CNBC International Property Awards, the world’s most prestigious property awards program, and the Highly Commended Award for Best Development by the 2010 Bloomberg Asia-Pacific Residential Award.

“Creating a great place takes a lot of passion and we want our residents in South Forbes to share the same vision and feel the same passion so that our city will grow into one that is interesting, diverse, and community-oriented,” said Cathay Land president Jeffrey Ng. “And the effects of which will not only come and last once in a blue moon but for all time.”

Character defined. To make a real place is to assure that the design is unique. South Forbes is distinct among others being a “whole world in one city” where an internationally-themed Residential Cluster becomes the backbone of the whole development, supported in synergy by the Education, Business, Wellness, and Leisure Clusters; collectively called the 5 Clusters of Excellence. So, too, will be the City Center with its fashion show of amazing storefronts. Move in right here, right now.

“Even as our City Center will be developed in phases as we know dreams do not happen overnight, we have already established design guidelines and a master plan that will protect our vision even in the early stages,” said Ng.

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The Philippine Star Business Section REAL ESTATE B-7
Friday, August 31, 2012