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PRESS RELEASE NorthPine Land reveals latest amenity at Kohana Grove in Cavite

NorthPine Land Inc. (NLI), the country’s trusted property developer, recently unveiled its newest recreational amenity, the Kohana Grove Play Area.

The officials of NLI spearheaded the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Kohana Grove Play Area. (L-R) VP for Finance Ben Tatunay, VP for Corporate Services Wilma Fernando, General Manager Ferdinand Macabanti, AVP for Sales Operations Aileen Morales, VP for Technical and Management Group Paul Lamagna.

The newly set up Playground and Giant Chessboard at the Kohana Grove
During the event, NLI also launched the landscaped rotunda...

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PRESS RELEASE NorthPine gives smiles to Caviteños

NorthPine Land, Inc. (NLI) one of the country’s trusted property developers, makes another move towards effective community service through its regular dental mission in Dasmariñas City.
NLI is keen on spreading healthy smiles to communities. During the recent activity, over 50 residents of the area received free tooth extraction services and medicines. 
 Healthy smiles for the people of Brgy. Zone III.
 Dentists performed several dental procedures and educated the residents on proper oral hygiene.
“At NorthPine, we like to promote healthy communities by educating...

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PRESS RELEASE NorthPine Land’s Wind Crest gets a shower of blessings

The newly-launched rotunda sits as one of the attractive landmarks of the thriving community of 
Wind Crest. 
With the rainy spell currently felt in the country, blessings in the form of a new milestone showered Wind Crest, NorthPine Land, Inc.’s (NLI) Modern American Country lifestyle community in Dasmariñas City.NLI, one of the country’s trusted property developers, recently launched the impressive rotunda as one of the latest features of Wind Crest during its Grand Open House. The landscaped marker is a highlight in the community which greets residents as they enter....

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11 Reasons why life shines anew in Pampanga  

Upon visiting Pampanga, chances are, the first words you will learn from their local tongue are mekeni and mangan. Mekeni means “come” or “come over here” and mangan is used to say “let's eat”. These are words that just make you instantly feel the warm welcome. This is not surprising at all because when you think about it, Kapampangans are known for their generosity and hospitality. Most importantly, being the culinary capital of the Philippines, people surely love to cook and eat! Try spending an entire day in this vibrant region, and you will realize that more than warm smiles and amazing...

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