As part of the redevelopment of upscale Brentville International Community, a revamped entryway is ready to welcome residents and visitors.
A project by Prestige by Filinvest, Brentville’s new marker, the first of many improvements, aims to enhance the neighborhood feel, elevating its status to become a more vibrant community in Biñan, Laguna.
The key upgrade also offers a progression of experiences, from the tree-lined entryway where pedestrians can immediately feel a sense of home and community pride, to the retail development with walkable areas and vast open spaces where people can congregate with their neighbors, follow through with their fitness routines, or simply enjoy nature.
Notably, the redevelopment capitalized on its green landscaping—designed by award-winning consultant AECOM—not only to provide a pleasant walking experience but also to adhere to Filinvest’s commitment to its residents to provide a high quality of life.
According to the developer, to enhance Brentville as a self-contained suburban community, it is master-planned in a way that all of life’s necessities are within reach.
The 54-hectare community is home to Brent International School and is within a convenient distance from lifestyle malls, universities, hospitals, and other medical establishments.
Brentville boasts easy access to major highways and thoroughfares. Strategically located right after Mamplasan exit, it allows residents to enjoy life away from highly congested urban areas while remaining accessible to Metro Manila’s central business districts.
It is a 10-minute drive from Filinvest City and a 20-minute drive from Makati City via Skyway and South Luzon Expressway. It is also easily accessible to the Cavite-Laguna Express Way, which just opened its first phase, connecting Mamplasan, Biñan, Laguna to the Santa Rosa-Tagaytay Interchange.
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