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The Tropics 2

location_onMarcos Highway, Cainta, Rizal

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  • Category

    Townhouses

  • Status

    N/A

  • Unit Type/s

    Single Attached, Single Detached

  • Developer

    Filinvest

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hotelIris Single Attached

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Area Range

FA: 62sqm

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hotelIris Single Detached

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Area Range

FA: 62sqm

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hotelTulip

Starting Price

PHP 0

Area Range

FA: 82sqm

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0

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hotelTropical Daphne

Starting Price

PHP 0

Area Range

FA: 158sqm

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0

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hotelTropical Cherry

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PHP 0

Area Range

FA: 132sqm

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0

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About This Project

Find an ideal place to raise your family at The Tropics 2 in Cainta, a flourishing residential enclave that lets you live in harmony with nature.

Experience the serenity of The Tropics 2, a safe and secure neighborhood in the Cainta suburbs. Designed to enhance the family experience, it offers a refreshing environment conducive to your children’s growing-up years.

The Tropics 2 main gate is located along Marcos Highway, just 1.5 kilometers past Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall.

HLURB LS No. 18687 | Completion Date: 12/2009

Developer

Filinvest

The name Filinvest has become synonymous with property development. From humble beginnings over 60 years ago, it has diversified into a leading full-range property developer with strategic interests in high-growth industries. Filinvest Development Corporation (FDC), the holding company of the Filinvest Group, traces its origins to the consumer finance business established by Andrew L. Gotianun, Sr. and his family in 1955. Today, FDC is one of the Philippines’ leading conglomerates, with interests in real estate, banking and financial services, hotel and resort management, power generation, and the sugar industry. As of June 30, 2016, FDC had Php448.56 billion in total assets and st...