Mimosa Leisure Estate in Clark Freeport Zone is rich in Philippine history. It served as the residential ground of high-ranking officers when Clark Air Base served as a United States’ Air Force military facility. The base at the northwest of Metro Manila signified a firm relationship and collaboration between Filipinos and American during the final months of World War II. Its closure in 1991 prompted the Philippine government to take over the property and redevelop it in to Clark Freeport Zone which is geared to be a hub for economic growth, business, education, tourism and aviation for the country.
The Mimosa Leisure Estate is a sprawling 201-hectare property naturally blessed with a backdrop of running mountains, abundant trees, shimmering lakes and well-maintained landscape. It is widely known for its 150 -hectare golf course, a deluxe hotel, and residential villas. To this day, it continues to be a thriving business and leisure destination that is incessantly patronized by both local and foreign visitors. In 2016, Filinvest Development Corporation was awarded a long term 50 -year lease to redevelop and manage the property.