A recognized name in urban planning and development, and one of the country’s most diversified real estate companies, Greenfield Development Corporation’s vast landholdings encompass verdant master planned communities, residential towers and districts, business parks, office buildings, lifestyle malls, commercial centers, and industrial estates. At Greenfield, land is legacy. Whether in the city or the suburbs, the group’s projects have proven to stand the test of time, and have measured up to, if not surpassed, some of the best in Asia.
Among its most innovative developments are Greenfield City, The Greenfield District, Ayala Greenfield Estates, EDSA Central, and EDSA Metro Rail Transit3. Even with over three decades of solid experience in the real estate industry, Greenfield Development Corporation continues to set its sights to a grander future each time and help shape history through its world-class communities. Greenfield Development Corporation straddles the corners of Plymouth Drive and United Street in Greenfield District, Mandaluyong City.
Anchored by vast landholdings, financial strength, strategic alliances, and supported by world-renowned consultants, Greenfield Development Corporation is one of the Philippines’s most diversified real estate companies, rapidly expanding through aggressive developments in industrial, commercial, residential, recreational and infrastructure projects.
Incorporated in 1961, Greenfield began as a landholding company, with thousands of hectares of land in various strategic areas in its portfolio.
Through the years, Greenfield has stood firmly on solid ground, providing the foundation for some of the Philippines’ most innovative projects.
As Greenfield continues to grow and develop its landholdings, its commitment remains: to leave the land nurtured by its principals as a legacy for future generations. Greenfield recognizes itself as stewards of these tracts of land and is committed to turning these precious resources into vibrant, living communities that will be “ours for generations”.