Batulao Artscapes FAQs
What is Batulao Artscapes?
INFORMED BY DESIGN AND GROUNDED IN NATURAL BEAUTY – BATULAO ARTSCAPES IS A DESIGN-DRIVEN RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY SET IN THE BEAUTY OF NATURE. ITS VERY FIRST VILLAGE, COMMUNE, FEATURES TWO KINDS OF MODERN FILIPINO DESIGNER HOMES THAT WILL GIVE YOU THAT MUCH-NEEDED ESCAPE FROM THE CITY FOR A DAY OR A LIFETIME, LET YOU ENJOY A NEW KIND OF LIFE OUTDOORS, AND PROVIDE THE SPACE THAT YOU NEED FOR YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY.
YOUR NEW LIFE OUTDOORS. Located between Tagaytay and Nasugbu, around 80 kilometers south of Metro Manila, Batulao Artscapes is a nurturing middle ground that’s ideal for those who love the cool vistas of Tagaytay and the welcoming beaches of Batangas.
A NATURE MECCA WITH CITY PERKS. A primary home or vacation home set in nature’s beauty. Live closer to nature. Stay close to city adventures.
YOUR WORKATION AWAITS. Batulao Artscapes is the perfect residence for your work-from-home career. Stay connected and on top of your business at the comfort of your own space. Step outside in lush surroundings and get active at your own pace.
LESS IS MORE: A LIFESTYLE CHANGE. Simplify your life by letting go of the unnecessary and embracing life’s true essentials. At Batulao Artscapes, quality time is your most valuable asset. YOU NEED SPACE TO LIVE IN STYLE. Introducing livable spaces in exclusive collaboration with industry-leading Filipino designers, making high-end architecture accessible at attainable costs.
Where is it located?
Batulao Artscapes is located south of Metro Manila in Barangay Kaylaway, Nasugbu Batangas, along the Tagaytay-Nasugbu major highway. With its close proximity to the tourist town of Tagaytay and the beaches of Nasugbu, Batulao Artscapes enjoys the best of both worlds – sitting right in the middle of a mountain and the beach. It is around 80 km from Metro Manila, a 2-hour drive via Santa Rosa – Tagaytay Road, and just 20 minutes away from Tagaytay. The development will soon be accessible through the Cavite-Tagaytay-Batangas Expressway (CTBEx) that connects Silang, Cavite to the Nasugbu, Batangas Road.
How big is the property?
Batulao Artscapes will rise on an expansive landscape with rolling terrains, lush surroundings, and cool climate, with the first village covering nine (9) hectares.
What makes it a design-driven residential community?
Batulao Artscapes’ residential component delivers unique homes that are works of art: the Polygonal Successions by Architect Ed Calma and Hedera home by renowned designer Kenneth Cobonpue through Revolution Precrafted.
What is its real estate product type?
VILLAGE PRECRAFTED DESIGNER, “LIVABLE ART” HOMES
C.C.T. (CONDOMINIUM CERTIFICATE OF TITLE)
What homes are currently available for purchase?
The available inventory of homes for purchase are in Commune Village 1, which features Ready-for-Occupancy (RFO) and near-RFO homes by Ed Calma (Polygonal Successions) and Kenneth Cobonpue (Hedera) through Revolution Precrafted.
Polygonal Successions by Ed Calma (61.93 sq.m.)
Unit type: 2-storey, 2BR Townhome middle unit or 2BR Townhome end unit
Unit inclusions: Standard bare with essential fittings
The linear organization of this townhome produces repetitive faceted forms, creating a larger architectural texture. Combining two townhomes in mirror image of each other creates a symmetrical face, like a mask.
Hedera by Kenneth Cobonpue (100.84 sq.m.)
Unit type: 2-storey duplex, 3BR each unit
Unit inclusions: Standard bare with essential fittings
Hedera by Kenneth Cobonpue takes inspiration from nature with its distinct ivy walls on duplex and single detached homes.
The evergreen shrouds the exterior of the home, and assimilates seamlessly into Batulao’s natural foliage.
What construction method is being used to build the homes?
The house structures are built using cast-in-place concrete technology and not prefabrication.
What are the amenities in Commune Village 1 that residents can enjoy?
● Multi-Purpose Area
● Swimming Pool
● Play Area
● Basketball Court
● Lawn and Open Spaces
● Emergency Supplies Hub
Who is the team behind Batulao Artscapes?
Century Properties Group (under the ticker CPG:PM) has more than three decades of experience in real estate development, real estate marketing, and property development in the Philippines. It has a combined portfolio of 47 buildings as of December 31, 2019, comprising 29 buildings since the company’s listing in the Philippine Stock Exchange in 2012 and 19 buildings that were completed prior to 2010 by the founding principals’ previous development companies. This totals to more than 1.8 million square meters of gross floor area of completed projects.
More recently, the company has expanded to commercial leasing as well as affordable housing to complement and balance its portfolio with urban vertical developments. Under its property management arm Century Properties Management, Inc., the company has 65 buildings under management as of December 31, 2019 with a gross floor area of 2.4 million square meters.
Established in 1986 by CPG Executive Chairman Jose E.B. Antonio 6 days before the EDSA People Power Revolution, CPG has grown to become one of the top 10 real estate firms in the Philippines. The company’s pioneering real estate concepts and industry firsts have resulted in some of the most exciting and truly remarkable real estate projects in the country and have garnered both local and international praise and recognition, redefining Philippine real estate and setting the bar high in terms of architecture, design, amenities, and community living.
The homes are designed by Ed Calma and Kenneth Cobonpue through Revolution Precrafted.
Masterplanner and Architect of record: NS Mangio & Associates
Structural Engineer for the homes: A.C. Ong
Structural Engineer for the amenities: NS Mangio & Associates
Which company will handle the property management of Batulao Artscapes?
Property management will be handled by Century Properties Management, Inc. (CPMI).
Leasing management will be handled by Siglo Suites, Inc., which will be accredited by the Property Management Office to ensure compliance with RESA Law (R.A. 9646).