Two new subdivisions to rise in Oro
Two new subdivisions will begin their development in the city.
This after the City Council approved during its regular session recently, the application for Development Permit of the two subdivision developers namely, Fil-Estate Properties, Inc. and A. Brown Company, Inc.
The city council approved the application of Fil-Estate Properties for the development of Bahia Vista Phase I, located at Barangay Gusa, this city covering an area of 34,311 square meters.
It also approved the application of A. Brown Company, Inc. for the development of Xavierville Homes, located at Barangay Balulang, this city, covering an area of 24,198 square meters.
Engr. Isidro Borja, project evaluation officer of the City Planning and Development Office (CPDO) said that with the approval of their development permits, the two subdivision developers can now start their respective housing projects.
Early this month, the city council approved the development permit of Bahia Vista Phase II of Fil-Estate Properties and Tuscania Subdivision of Land Resources Corporation.
Borja noted that as of 2003 the city has continually experienced a dramatic growth in the housing sector with subdivision developers offering one core to ready-to-occupy housing units.
Since then, the city has approved 40 complex subdivisions with two high-end residential estates.
In 2006, the CPDO has approved seven subdivisions namely: Westfield Homes, Liberty Land, Portico, Silver Creek, Meadow Heights, Le Miranda and Richmond Hills.
This year, the city government approved the permit of Ayala Land, Teak Woods of A. Brown, Bloomingdale of Liberty Land and Vista Verde of Pueblo De Oro,
With these developments, the city has secured its position as the fastest growing city in the country today, conforming to the thrust of City Mayor Vicente Y. Emano to make the city the fastest growing economy in the country.
(City Information Office)
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