This Soon-To-Open Exclusive Sports Club in Rizal Will Let You Experience Country Club Living
It’s a 20-minute drive from Ortigas CBD.
Metro Manila may be one of the best places to work, play, and live in, but if we were to be completely honest, it’s also a congested, frenetic jungle and trudging it daily can get exhausting. Once it gets too stressful, all we really look for is the air and space to breathe.
That’s one of the main reasons why more and more people are looking for homes just outside the big city: peaceful enclaves that still keep them well within reach of all the action. Some of the country’s biggest developers are smartly responding to that demand, creating homes and communities right outside Metro Manila’s borders.
One of those developers is Empire East Land Holdings Inc. The Megaworld offshoot is soon set to launch the crown jewel of its 25th anniversary celebration: Empire East Highland City. Located in Pasig-Cainta, near “The Junction”—the intersection on Ortigas Avenue Extension that serves as Metro Manila’s gateway to Cainta, Rizal—the development is just a 20-minute drive away from the Ortigas CBD.
The township is located a full six meters above ground. It’s a nod to the high-end lifestyle that Empire East Highland City promises its residents. Its 24-hectare area is master-planned to offer a new level of upscale urban living.
Beyond its expertly designed units, Empire East Highland City offers homeowners the opportunity to enjoy a self-contained community where neighbors can interact and engage in various activities. The development will also be home to Highland Mall, a premium commercial destination. For those who prefer their fun outdoors, there’s Highland Park: a massive 8,000-square meter open space that features sloping greenery, a 500-seater church, and numerous outdoor activity areas.
At the heart of everything is a space that epitomizes the Highland lifestyle. The Chartered Club is Empire East Highland City’s exclusive membership club, with services and amenities that rival other luxurious country clubs.
Inside, you’ll find a lap pool, a basketball court, function rooms, a café, and a laid-back lounge that offers excellent dining options. What will set the Chartered Club apart, however, will be its regulation tennis courts and an archery range for members looking to explore other sports.
With Antipolo just a short drive away, the Chartered Club also works as a fun pit stop on your road trips; that is, if the club isn’t your primary destination in the first place. It’s all about location, and the Chartered Club is close enough to Metro Manila that getting there is hassle-free, but just far enough from the city for trips to feel like a proper getaway. For many of us, that alone is well-worth getting a membership.
Learn more about Empire East Highland City and its exclusive Chartered Club on Facebook. For more information about Empire East Holdings Inc. and its residential projects, visit its official website and Facebook page.