Designed by an acclaimed international resort designer, the 22-hectare Maple Grove Park Village will feature up to 10 lush parks and gardens within a well-curated landscape
Property giant Megaworld is building its first upscale residential village inside the 140-hectare Maple Grove township in General Trias, Cavite.
The 22-hectare Maple Grove Park Village will be a luxury resort-inspired residential community that offers 377 lots, ranging in size from 280 square meters up to more than 500 square meters.
Thoughtfully designed by renowned global design firm Wimberly, Allison, Tong & Goo (WATG) – the same group behind some of the world’s most extraordinary resort destinations like Shangri-La Maldives, Sofitel Bali in Indonesia, Atlantis The Palm in Dubai, as well as Shangri-La Boracay and Hilton Manila here in the Philippines – the exclusive, gated Maple Grove Park Village will be highlighted by up to 10 different lush parks and communal gardens inspired by spa and wellness landscapes and activities for its future residents.
These include Color Gardens (Chroma-therapy) featuring brightly colored trees and alleys filled with flowers; a Garden of Tranquility featuring an enclosed reflection lawn, an open lawn, and herbs and vegetable plots; Edible Gardens that come with fruit-bearing trees, picnic tables, and play structures; an Aromatherapy Garden with aromatic plants, picnic areas, and yoga and meditation platforms; and Fitness and Activity Gardens that come with a basketball court, outdoor fitness equipment, fitness pods and stations, open lawn areas, picnic shelter, and various play structures.
“Maple Grove Park Village is inspired by contemporary tropical architecture that naturally exudes a sense of ease and warmth perfectly suited for a resort-style residential setting. The Village will be strategically located in the more secluded part of Maple Grove to give residents utmost exclusivity and privacy, while still allowing them to have access to all the modern conveniences that the township has to offer,” says Eugene Em Lozano, first vice president for sales and marketing, Megaworld.
Another highlight of Maple Grove Park Village will be the village clubhouse. Here, future residents will be welcomed through an entry walkway garden with floating steps as they make their way to the various amenities inside. These include a floating garden, an aromatic and sensory garden, al fresco lounge deck, as well as a wellness pool, pool deck with loungers, a lap pool with pool beds, kids pool, Jacuzzi, a kid’s club and an outdoor kid’s play area, lawn areas, cabanas, and a barbecue and picnic area. There will also be a function hall and a pre-function area, meeting room, fitness gym, movement studio, massage room, steam room, and male and female changing rooms with lockers and toilet and bath.
Nearly 40% of the property will be allocated to green and open spaces. It will also have an underground cabling system, with provisions for fiber-optic cables.
“Maple Grove Park Village mirrors the feel and ambience of luxury spa resorts to create an oasis of wellness, where residents can enjoy the freedom to unwind despite their busy everyday schedules,” adds Lozano.
Lots will be ready for turnover to owners by 2026, and the company is expected to generate P6.5-billion in sales for this project.
Dubbed as ‘Cavite’s first-ever modern central business district,’ Maple Grove features residential condominiums, office towers, a soon-to-rise lifestyle mall, a transport hub, and its very own McDonald’s store known as the biggest in Cavite.
The township also boasts several sustainability features, such as a Rainwater Park, which is a two-hectare tree park designed to be a catchment basin for rainwater runoff, a landscape drip irrigation system, bike lanes, pocket gardens and tree parks, as well as vertical gardens in various buildings around the township. There’s also the six-lane Maple Grove Boulevard that traverses the township. It will also have its own chapel, biking and jogging track, and futsal field.
Maple Grove is just about 30 to 45 minutes away from Makati and Fort Bonifacio, and can be accessed via the Coastal Road and the Manila–Cavite Expressway (CAVITEX). Its strategic location makes it accessible to future road networks and key infrastructure projects, including the LRT-1 Cavite extension, the Sangley Point International Airport, the CAVITEX-CALAX link, Cavite-Tagaytay-Batangas Expressway (CTBex), and the Bataan-Cavite Interlink Bridge.