Pila Townhomes is ideally close to all places you’ll possibly need to live comfortably — roads and highways, public market, hospitals, schools, and churches to name a few.

Your home at Pila Townhouses will be approximately 1km away from the national highway, which guarantees easy access to public transportation at all times. It will be a twenty-minute drive away from one of the best hospitals in the Philippines, Asian Hospital. The following medical institutions will also be easily accessible from your location: Holy Family Clinic (Sta. Cruz), Laguna Doctors Hospital (Sta. Cruz), Laguna Provincial Hospital (Sta. Cruz).

The historical Pila Church, one of the oldest churches in the country, will also be approximately 1km away from your home. Quality education for your family will not be a problem because of the site’s proximity to the following educational institutions: San Antonio De Padua (Primary and Secondary), Collegio Monterey De Pila (Primary and Secondary), Liceo De Pila (Primary and Secondary), Union College of Laguna (Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary), Don Bosco High School, Laguna School of Polytechnic College, and AMA Computer College.

Situated in Laguna, a lush and fertile area south of Manila, the historic town of Pila with its rich culture heritage is located only 70 km from Makati via the South Super Expressway.

Once the proposed road bypass of Calamba and Los Baños is finished, the drive to Pila will be only a little bit more than an hour from Makati (cutting travel time by 50%).


The Municipality of Pila was founded by Franciscan Missionaries in the year 1578, and its first name before the Spaniards came was “PAGALANGAN”. The original Poblacion area was then located in the northeastern part were now the municipal building of Victoria, Laguna was constructed and also known to be the site of present town of Pila being the latter was only part of this town. The most prominent families of the town are the Relovas and Rivera  who were the descendants of Filipino Portuguese blood. The town got its name “PILA” from the Franciscan Missionaries who named it after they saw the Queen of Ponso.



Major bus companies ply the generally developed and well-maintained provincial road to and from Metro Manila. From five o’clock in the morning to ten in the evening, three buses pass through Pila’s national road every fifteen minutes. The following companies maintain transportation lines from Pila to Makati, Cubao, and Manila: TristarJAM TransitHM TransitTritan Transit, and Green Star Transit.


Safety & Security

Your home will be surrounded by a secured perimeter fence and a security guard will be on standby 24 hours a day. A lighting system with posts has been installed ensuring good lighting and a working underground drainage system complete with a centralized water supply creates a clean, quiet hassle-free environment.


Fun & Entertainment

A few minutes drive from your house, a selection of restaurants abound. You’ll be close to a sports club with its own swimming pool, and a park & playground will be built in the second phase of Pila’s development. Relax and enjoy Pila’s welcoming mediterranean atmosphere in the benefits of a tropical environment.


Building & Grounds Summary

First Phase: 210 units, townhouse complex Second Phase: 500 units, townhouse complex Third Phase: 800 units, townhouse complex Spacious 2-bedroom townhouses Private, gated parking lot provides 1-2 assigned spaces per apartment 24 hour guard/building attendant Storage available 67.5 sqm total floor area Bright, open interior spaces Concrete flooring areas with modern epoxy finish

about laguna

Laguna, Resort Province of the Philippines, is a haven of fresh and pristine bodies of water such as hot springs, lakes, and waterfalls.

Most notable is Pagsanjan Falls, formerly called Magdapio Falls, referred to as “shooting rapids.” It is found in Cavinti, starting from Pagsanjan town.

Another is Lake Caliraya, which is located between Cavinti and Lumban. The strong mountain breeze that blows from the Sierra Madre Mountain Ranges and the distant Mount Banahaw makes the lake an ideal place for aqua sports like wind surfing, water skiing, sailing as well as game fishing.
Laguna de Bay, Southeast Asia’s largest fresh water lake, stays pristine throughout the year due to regular rain showers.