False Alarm: It's not EK, says Villar

10/12/2015 Randomly Candid 0 Comments

Vista Land Chaiman Manny Villar proudly presents Vista City Iloilo.

DURING the past months, the netizens have been talking about the news saying that Enchanted Kingdom will soon rise in Iloilo, specifically in Villar-owned Savannah City that traverses the towns of Pavia, San Miguel and Oton.

However, this news seems to be a "false alarm" as Vista Land Chairman Manny Villar clarified during the recent launching of Vista City Iloilo that they have indeed plans of establishing an amusement park in the development, but it's not Enchanted Kingdom.

"It will be an amusement park probably better than that," he assured during Camella Iloilo's 15th Anniversary press conference.

Vista Land and Lifescapes, Inc. recently announced the expansion of Savannah City, its residential development in Iloilo which will be known as Vista City Iloilo.

Vista Land Chairman Manny Villar looks at the miniature model
of Vista City Iloilo - the company's biggest development in the Visayas.

It will transform its biggest project in the Visayas into a communicity – a unique concept that integrates every Filipino family’s needs and wants in one community. 

Pegged at P40 billion, the 500-hectare Vista City Iloilo will cater to the modern lifestyle of the Ilonggos as it upgraded from building mere residences to developing facilities, amenities, community structures and commercial establishments that will transform the development’s landscape into a complete residential village.

Aside from the amusement park, the communicity’s centrepiece will be the 100-hectare City Center where hospitals, a hotel, a mall, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) offices, an amusement park, and other vertical developments such as condominiums and high-rise buildings will be built.

Villar furthered that the City Center’s biggest development will be the mall with an estimated gross floor area of 60,000 square meters. It will be launched very soon, according to him.

On the other hand, he noted that the company has been receiving good reception among BPO investors and he is confident that they will be able to get tenants very shortly.

Vista Land and Camella Iloilo officials  propose a toast for the
success of the project.

“The company has built a lot of BPO buildings in Manila. We have now the confidence and the experience,” he noted.

Furthermore, it is also projected to build 2,000 more homes in the next 18 months in addition to the 3,000 homes that currently covers the 300-hectare development of Savannah City.

Vista Land started to enter Iloilo in September 2000 when it opened Savannah Glades. Now, the project has two main residential components – Savannah and Lumina.

Among the amenities currently inside the development include the Georgia Academy that will have a college department soon; five clubhouses; four basketball courts; one tennis court; jogging and biking paths; and numerous gazebos, parks and children’s playground.

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