#CulturePH - Sta Rosa Business Park: A Dynamic Community Where Future-ready Businesses Thrive

Central Business Districts have been a staple to the growth of cities serving as the commercial and business centers. As the Metro grew, came the need for more CBDs to sustain Manila’s ever-growing population. Some of the notable CBDs include Eastwood City in Quezon City, Ortigas Center, Greenfield District in Mandaluyong, Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Makati City, ASEANA City in Para├▒aque. 


The usual characteristics of these CBDs are their prime location as well as being able to house adequate spaces that integrate financial, business, culture and service institutions along with supporting facilities such as hotels, apartments, commercial activities.  With government and private infrastructure continuing to develop and expand south of the Metro, it is just a matter of time when Sta. Rosa, Laguna will have its own major CBDs.

Just an hour away from Metro Manila, a dynamic community in Sta. Rosa, Laguna yields opportunities for modern enterprises to flourish and scale up for the future. Located within Greenfield City, Sta. Rosa Business Park (SRBP) offers premier commercial land where investors can strategically plant and grow their businesses. 

Developed by Greenfield Development Corporation (GDC), SRBP was built to last for generations. “We have confidence in the potential of Philippine cities to thrive. This is why we continue to build on our developments—guided by our promise of developing communities that are worthy to be handed down, from one generation to the next,” said Duane A.X. Santos, Executive Vice-President, and General Manager of Greenfield Development Corporation, during the unveiling of the big projects for Greenfield City.


A budding CBD in the South, SRBP has a prime location preferred by reputable companies like the Medical City – South Luzon, FortMED, Paseo Premiere Hotel, and Brain Train Review Center.  Accessible via 3 exits from the South Luzon Expressway, commercial lots at SRBP are ideal for office buildings, condominiums, hotels, hospitals, ambulatory services, and other mixed-use commercial buildings. 

Equipped with modern road and communications infrastructure, SRBP makes a conducive location for companies from various industries. The South’s potential CBD also boasts first-rate amenities and security features that make it an attractive location for investors.

SRBP is likewise home to a good number of corporate offices and reputable organizations. Close to residential areas and learning institutions, the commercial hub makes an ideal workplace for new graduates and professionals living nearby.  It is also located just across the 11.9-hectare Paseo Outlets, Greenfield City’s major shopping center which means locators in SRBP will be able to enjoy both business and pleasure. 

As Greenfield City has become both a tourist destination and a commercial center, companies in the hospitality industry can invest in commercial lots at SRBP where they can build hotels, event venues, theme parks, restaurants, bars, and other recreational facilities.

Situated within Greenfield City’s verdant metropolis, companies at SRBP benefit from Greenfield’s Park-Living concept, where commerce and nature harmoniously coexist.  Employees and customers of businesses at SRBP enjoy the refreshing ambience offered by the development’s greenery and landscaped open spaces. A workplace within a park, SRBP offers a working environment that helps promote people’s creativity and wellbeing.

With abundant land that can accommodate expansion and next-generation infrastructure and facilities, SRBP is ready to make room for more businesses that are set to scale up and thrive for generations to come.

To know more about Sta Rosa Business Park, visit https://greenfield.com.ph/project/corporate-business/sta-rosa-business-park



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