The real estate brand also announced plans to expand their portfolio across other provinces soon.
Robinsons Homes recently celebrated their 20th year anniversary through a media event where they featured their current projects and announced future plans for the Gokongwei-led property brand.
“With a heritage that dates back to the 1990's, Robinsons Homes has a long track record of building enduring addresses that stand the test of time,” Robinsons Homes Business Unit Manager Cora Ang Ley said. “The Robinsons Homes brand’s commitment of quality and enduring value is an assurance that each development is a wise investment that even the next generations can enjoy.”
Robinsons Homes built their first development, the 39-hectare Robinsons Homes East in Antipolo, Rizal in 1995. Since then, the brand has added 31 other developments to their portfolio by constructing communities in various locations across the country. These include Brighton Park Place in Laoag, St. Judith Hills Executive Village also in Antipolo, The Blue Coast Residences in Cebu, and Bloomfields Cagayan De Oro.
St Judith Hills Executive Village
Under Robinsons Homes are three sub-brands catering to three different market segments. Bloomfields is a premium brand that offers professionals and executives a second home away from the city or an investment. Lots averaging 320sqm sell for Php 8,000 per sqm, while houses that showcase tropical Asian design aesthetics can be bought for under Php 10 million. The Brighton sub-brand is for OFW families and local businessmen looking for practical yet efficient homes. House-and-lot units in these Mediterranean-inspired developments sell for under Php 5 million, while bare lots at an average of 180sqm can be purchased for Php 6,000 per square meter. Springdale projects have simple but elegant designs and cater to the upper and middle C segments, specifically buyers on the looking to buy their first home. Lots here have an average size of 120sqm and are sold for Php 4,000 per sqm, while house-and-lot packages are priced below Php 2 million.
Bloomfields house model
Brighton house model
Springdale house model
To continue their two-decade tradition of providing Filipinos with “a friendly, welcoming and safe place where families can thrive and be happy”, the real estate firm announced their plans to expand their portfolio by building three more projects within the year, one each in Bacolod and Palawan, as well as a second community development in Batangas. The three projects, according to Ley, will cover up to 30 hectares of land and will be worth Php 1 billion to Php 2 billion.
“Looking forward, we will move towards a bigger and better Robinsons Homes. We are standing firm on our commitment to provide quality homes that nurture our future generation,” Ley stated.
“The whole Robinsons Homes team will work harder to achieve this new feat and hopefully, 20 years from today, we will look back to when we were just about to make more dreams a reality,” she added.