Arthaland makes living in a multi-certified sustainable condominium within reach as Una Apartments breaks ground in Sevina Park. The property is an 8.1-hectare master-planned community in Biñan, Laguna. It holds the distinction of being the first and only development in Southeast Asia to achieve Platinum certification under the LEED for Neighborhood Development and LEED for Homes categories and the very first to receive the BERDE Districts five-star rating.
Easily accessible via the Cavite-Laguna Expressway and in close proximity to popular schools, medical institutions and industrial estates, Sevina Park is envisioned to become a sustainable, close-knit community that lowers global carbon emissions, improves air quality, reduces electricity and water bills, and provides an environment for happier and healthier residents.
“Following the success of Sevina Park Villas, Una Apartments represents the next phase for development. We aim to bring our brand of excellently-designed, high-quality and sustainable homes to a much broader market with this mid-rise sustainable condominium comprised of Studio and One-bedroom units. This commitment includes giving every Filipino the opportunity to live in a green home.” said Jaime González, Arthaland vice chairman and president.
Units are equipped with energy efficient air-conditioning systems, energy efficient lighting, low-flow plumbing fixtures which offer residents water and energy savings by as much as 20 percent. Units have operable windows that provide natural ventilation and optimize natural daylight.
All units are air tight to prevent sound and odor transfer between walls. Good indoor air quality is assured by the Energy Recovery Ventilator with commercial grade MERV filters and the presence of a Carbon Monoxide Monitor. As with other Arthaland developments, each tower of Una Apartments will have its own Potager Garden where residents can have access to healthy and organic produce.
Units are more spacious with high floor-to-ceiling height of 2.6 meters. The floors are made with Stone Polymer Composite which is the latest innovative material in the flooring industry. With SPC Flooring, floors are more durable, water and scratch resistant, and easier to clean. And you also get a fantastic view of this sustainable community made up of 60 percent green and open spaces as all units have their own balcony.
“Each unit comes furnished with IKEA products — from the bedroom, kitchen, living and dining area, toilet and bath, and all the way to the utility area. We love to work closely with IKEA as we share the same commitment to promote sustainable living,” said Christopher Narciso, Arthaland executive vice president.
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