Cresendo is a 290-hectare
mixed-use development in Tarlac
masterplanned to connect
environments for living, leisure,
and business into a contemporary
urban estate in the North.
A highly-accessible destination
right at the heart of Central Luzon’s
emerging centers of growth
for lifestyles and investments.
Revitalizing the classic población or town
plaza, a 47-hectare downtown unfolds
a walkable and accessible destination,
dedicating 30% of the estate to green
open spaces. A 1.5-km long green parkway,
tree-lined roads, and expansive sidewalks
refresh the everyday pedestrian experience
and pursuits. Completing a contemporary
masterplan, a vibrant array of retail
and lifestyle environments create spaces
for convergence, nurturing a dynamic quality
of living and a strong sense of community.
Cresendo is highly accessible via
Northern Luzon’s existing and future
road infrastructure and transit
corridors, seamlessly connecting
the region’s emerging growth
centers. The estate is in proximity
to Clark International Airport,
the Subic Bay Freeport Zone,
SCTEX, and MacArthur Highway,
a strategic location opening
the region to myriad possibilities.
As a Next Wave City, Tarlac City
is recognized as one of the future
sub-regional hubs in North Luzon.
Steeped in rich culture, history,
and natural abundance, the city
continues to evolve and expand
as the convergence point
of the region’s emerging growth
centers, diversifying experiences
and broadening opportunities for all.
A 290-hectare contemporary
urban estate in Tarlac features
two dynamic areas for growth.
Cresendo Downtown spanning
47 hectares and the Industrial Park
spanning 32 hectares, provide
spaces for commercial opportunities,
expanding business and investments.
Cresendo Downtown draws the whole
estate together. The area houses
the main civic, institutional, and
commercial components of the estate
from the Town Plaza, to the church,
school, and the commercial hub.
Blocks of large to shophouse-style
commercial lots add a distinct
town plaza experience in harmony
with a contemporary urban design.
A 47-hectare mixed-use
development facing the Luisita
access road featuring parks and
open spaces, retail environments,
and flexible commercial lots
Cresendo Brgy. Central Tarlac City