Megaworld To Launch Township, Cyberpark in Pampanga
Manila, Philippines–With P30 billion budget, Megaworld, one of the country’s largest property developers of integrated urban townships, is looking at a 35.6-hectare prime property beside the provincial capitol of San Fernando, Pampanga to develop in the next 10 years.
The property is approximately 70 kilometers away from Manila, and 20 kilometers away from Clark International Airport.
“Just like our other townships, we will integrate residential, office, commercial, retail, and institutional components in this development,” said Senior Vice President Jericho Go in a statement. “As we see a potential pool of skilled talents for the BPO sector in the province, we are certain to build a cyberpark, bring in our partner locators to the township, and generate thousands of jobs for the people of Pampanga.”
This is Megaworld’s 19th integrated urban township development and fourth to be launched this year. The company launched two township projects in Negros Occidental called Northill Gateway, 50 hectares, and The Upper East, 34 hectares; and a township project in Santa Barbara, Iloilo called Santa Barbara Heights, 170 hectares, earlier this year.
Megaworld’s existing townships include Eastwoood City in Quezon City, known as the country’s first cyberpark; Newport City in Pasay City, where Resorts World Manila is located; McKinley Hill, McKinley West, Uptown Bonifacio, and Forbes Town Center in Fort Bonifacio; Mactan Newtown in Cebu; Iloilo Business Park in Iloilo City; Arcovia City in Pasig City; Davao District Park in Davao City; Boracay Newcoast on Boracay Island; Southwoods City in Cavite and Laguna; Alabang West in Las Pinas City; Twin Lakes in Tagaytay; and Suntrust Ecotown in Tanza, Cavite.