Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Why Choose Sta Rosa, Laguna for your hard earned INVESTMENT?

Why Choose Sta Rosa City, Laguna -As your place for House and Lot Investments
Source Wikipedia
Santa Rosa is a city in the province of Laguna, Philippines. The city lies 38 kilometres (24 mi) south of Manila via the South Luzon Expressway, making it a suburban residential community of Metro Manila. Santa Rosa is also the exit point along the expressway to go to Tagaytay.
Sta Rosa LagunaAccording to the 2010 census, the city has a population of 284,670, making it the third largest local government unit in Laguna after Calamba and San Pedro.[3]
Santa Rosa was initially known for the Coca-Cola and Toyota manufacturing plants in its industrial estates. Recently, it has also become popular for being the site of Enchanted Kingdom, a local theme park, as well as several housing developments. This city contains the 3rd largest complex in Laguna, Paseo de Santa Rosa. Santa Rosa became a city by virtue of Republic Act No. 9264, which was ratified by its residents on July 10, 2004.
anta Rosa is the premier city and hub of South Luzon. It is the Makati of the South in terms of economic activity. Greenfield City is where most of Santa Rosa’s financial resources are concentrated.


Major commercial banks in the Philippines operate in the city. At this time, there are 30 banking institutions offer banking services to businesses and residents. Most of these are concentrated in Barangay Balibago, Don Jose, Macabling, Pulong Santa Cruz, and Tagapo.

Commerce and trade

Public markets in Santa Rosa are often divided into two, the dry goods section and the wet goods section. Commerce in these public markets are in full swing, especially in the early morning.
Modern shopping malls are scattered among the city. Santa Rosa is the 2nd municipality/city in Southern Luzon to have both an SM and Robinsons afterDasmariñas City in Cavite.

Industries and manufacturing

Automobile manufacturers that have plants in Santa Rosa City include Nissan Motors Co., Ltd.Toyota Motor CorporationHonda Motor Co., Ltd., and Ford Motors. It is also the location for the headquarters of Santarosa Motor Works, Inc.
Food giant, Monde Nissin Corporation, which manufactures industry leader Lucky Me Noodles and Monde biscuits, has a plant here in its sprawling 14-hectare manufacturing facility. Santa Rosa is also home to the largest plant of The Coca-Cola Company in the Philippines, which is situated right across the Santa Rosa Exit of the South Luzon Expressway.

Information Technology

Santa Rosa lined up as one of Information Technology hub in the South and continuously growth of outsourcing and call centers, among them are Convergys, KGB, and Teletech.


Santa Rosa City is accessible via South Luzon Expressway. Two exits are available namely, Santa Rosa Exit (KM 38) and Greenfield City – ETON City – ABI Exit (KM 42). A four-lane national highway was also extended from AlabangMuntinlupa City up toPagsanjan, Laguna across the South.
Public transportation within the city, like in most of the urban areas in the Philippines, is facilitated mostly using inexpensive jeepneys and buses. Tricycles are used for short distances. In Laguna Bel Air, residents uses exclusive multicab shuttles within the village complex.

Utilities and communication

Santa Rosa’s source of electricity is part of the Manila Electric Company or Meralco. Water supply for the city is supplied by the Laguna Water Inc. Santa Rosa’s communication system is powered by the Philippine Long Distance Telephone company, and Digitel Philippines. Cellular network in the Philippines particularly themetropolitan areas is increasing rapidly together with the low cost of calls and text messaging. Such big companies that control the cellular networks in the Philippines and Santa Rosa itself are Globe Telecom, Smart Communications (PLDT) and Sun Cellular from Digitel. Cable & Satellite Television access is provided by SkyCableG SatCignal Digital TV, and Royal Cable. Internet Digital Subscriber Line or DSL coverage is provided by PLDT, cable internet is serviced by Sky Cable’s ZPDee and Global Destiny. Wireless broadband is provided by Globeliness Broadband and Smart Communications.

Tourism and places of interest

Here are some of Santa Rosa’s tourist destinations:
Enchanted Kingdom
A world-class theme park opened on July 28, 1995. Located at RSBS Blvd., San Lorenzo South, Balibago in Santa Rosa, right in front of Villa De Toledo and Dominican College of Sta. Rosa.
Cuartel de Santo Domingo
The National Historical of the Philippines declared the site a National Historical Marker on July 21, 2005.
Museo De Santa Rosa
It was built in 1828 during the time of the Spaniards and refitted in 1954.
Old Houses
They are located in Barangays Malusak and Kanluran.
Santa Rosa Plaza
It is in the city proper where the tallest pylon in the Philippines (behind the statue ofDr. Jose Rizal), with a length of 18.3 meters off the ground, is located.
Solenad blends essential shopping with leisure and dining in a relaxing, al fresco, lakeside environment. The area is connected to the now operational Lakesize Evozone commercial area by dedicated pedestrian and bike lanes. The Lakeside Evozone is the refreshing campus-like commercial area of Nuvali. It creates a new space for offices and businesses to thrive in an environment of productivity and connectivity. Solenad sits at the entrance of the Lakeside Evozone area coming from the Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road, and is nestled next to a 4-hectare lake. Its accessible and picturesque location invites people to sit, sip and dine with family and friends. Solenad has also become a destination for the surrounding communities of Sta. Rosa, Calamba CityTagaytay City and Manila. This is in collaboration with Ayala Land Inc., and Yulo Family.
Santa Rosa de Lima Parish Church
It was built in 1792 upon the arrival of Father Francisco Favie. it is also a Philippine Independent Church after 1902.