In an ear when nature and urbanism seldom meet, Lancaster New City unveils its latest commercial hub, Lancaster Square. The new retail-commercial entertainment complex is the latest addition to Lancaster New City, a sprawling community development within Cavite that offers the conveniences of a town minutes away from the Metro Manila.The hub offers Lancaster New City residents and guest with more options to unwind and bond with loved ones without racking up the miles.
Staying true to convenience and the demands of modern life, the Square is home to an array of specialized services establishments; Bayad Center, Artista Salon and Spa, Health Wealth Medical Clinic, Studio KYS, Gabriel Archangel Learning Center, The Generics Pharmacy , and Rustan’s-operated Wellcome Supermarket. Even furry critters will surely get the care and pampering they need at PetPerformance. Dining options include Lady Christines’s Baby Back Ribs, Lots-a-Pizza, Bean and Butter Café and Ice Cream House.
The commercial and leisure hub will now allow residents of Lancaster Cavite to spend their weekends without having to leave the enclave. A nature park perfect for bonding moments with family or friends as picnic areas with lush greeneries coupled with a Frisbee park provide residents and their guests a relaxing respite.
Weekend markets and special sales complete with festive events and a celebratory atmosphere in the nearby mutli-purpose hall and the adjacent open fields will now be a regular fare for everyone.
Lancaster New City developed by Property Company of Friends, Inc or PROFRIENDS, truly offers a complete living experience. More attractions at the square are expected soon, guaranteeing better experience for residents and guest. Lancaster New City also houses 3-storey clubhouse Leighton Hall, Church of the Holy Family and St. Edward Integrated School.
PRO-FRIENDS is one of the fastest growing developers in the country today, is the name behind Lancaster Square and Lancaster New City. The company has 11 on-going projects and 15 completed and successful communities in various parts of the archipelago.
Originally posted on Manila Standard Today.