Greenfield District once again lights Holiday tree for a blissful season ahead


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The spirit of Christmas has become alive in Mandaluyong City as leading property developer Greenfield Development Corporation once again set the trails for a blissful Holiday Season ahead.

Top Executives of the Greenfield District Corporation led the lighting of a 55-ft tall Christmas tree. Photo shows (from left to right) Michael Andan, AVP & Head – Corporate Planning and Retail Division, Allan Mendiola, Head of Security Department, Dante Pascual, VP Finance Division, Atty. Duane A.X Santos, Greenfield EVP and GM, Johanna Clavecilla, Sr. Marketing Manager of Retail Marketing Department, Martin De Leon, AVP & Head of Condo Division, Atty. Ting Poblador, SVP Legal Division, Jeffrey Campos, Greenfield Chairman and President, Nikko Reyes, Senior Manager, Land & Houses Department, Atty. Cesar Pimental, Head of Sales Admin Division, and Ronnie Juna Del Rosario, VP for Technical Division.

Colorful lights and a joyous atmosphere awaits the public at the Greenfield District, as the 55-foot Christmas tree has been lit by the top executives of Greenfield Development Corporation.
In an interview, Greenfield Executive Vice President and General Manager Atty. Duane A.X. Santos explained why the District-wide-yuletide merry-making is valued by the company.

The Centro Escolar University (CEU) Singers Manila has graced the event with their enchanting yuletide songs.

“The season of Christmas is the season for giving back; we thank the people who have been very supportive of Greenfield and we want to show them our appreciation through our simple yet engaging event,” Santos said.


The lighting of the 55-ft. Christmas tree marked the start of the Christmas festivities at the Greenfield District. Families and friends posed underneath the tree for pictures.

The program which is already on its fifth year, highlighted the lighting of a 55-foot Christmas tree, food stalls that showcased Filipino, Japanese, Thai, and Chinese cuisines, photographs with a live Santa Claus, and enchanting performances from the Centro Escolar University (CEU) Singers Manila and the Brass Munkeys.

More than a minute-long fireworks display also captured the hearts of the public after the Christmas tree lighting ceremony.

The spirit of Christmas is felt around the Greenfield District as angel-figured Christmas lanterns can be seen throughout.

The company is encouraging everyone to drop by at the Greenfield District. “This is Greenfield’s annual tradition for the Filipino people. Everyone is welcome, everyone can join the festivities,” Santos concluded.

Located at the corner of EDSA and Shaw Boulevard, the 15-hectare Greenfield District master-planned urban development is a landmark residential, commercial, and business hub which seeks to connect residents and urban dwellers to an innovative and future-ready lifestyle.

The residents and professionals working in one of the office buildings at Greenfield District already enjoy the benefits of the fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technology which connects them to the internet at an unprecedented speed. The FTTH framework also enables smartphone-based functionalities such as app-controlled lighting, remote security, and remote air conditioning adjustment.

From being EDSA Central transportation hub in the past decades, Mandaluyong City is now a bastion of progressive economic development, earning it the moniker the “Tiger City of Metro Manila” and with Greenfield being one of the developers at the forefront of its transformation. The developer’s ethos “Building for Generations” has successfully translated to sustainable infrastructures and communities were generations of families can thrive, as their needs for essential characteristics of modern urban life are always being fulfilled. More information on Greenfield District can be reached at https://greenfield.com.ph/.


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