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The concept of “staycation,” is becoming more than just a trend. The tourism market is headed towards accommodations that keep the relaxing vibe but are closer to home.

This new way of life influenced Federal Land’s Mi Casa, a Hawaiian-inspired residential development set to rise within the Metro Park township in the Bay Area.

Close to the sea, each of Mi Casa’s units will treat residents to the view of Manila Bay. The one, two, and three-bedroom units are anywhere between 45.5 to 137.5 sqm in size.

“Mi Casa is tailored to give homeowners their very own rest house in the metro without sacrificing their cosmopolitan business lifestyle,” said Federal Land, Inc. project development group head Cherie Fernandez. “It can also give them a home they can retire in without necessarily giving up the advantages of living in the city.”

Topics: Federal Land. Mi Casa , Manila Bay , Cherie Fernandez , “staycation"

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