High-end subdivision to rise in Gensan

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Monday, February 3, 2014


GENERAL SANTOS CITY -- Palm Spring States Subdivision has shown confidence in this city's economic direction under City Mayor Ronnel Rivera by investing in a high-end residential development project.

Company officials, along with the city mayor and other members of the business community, led the ground-breaking and capsule-laying ceremony last February 2 at the project site in Barangay Tambler.

The project is spearheaded by the ChurchHill Construction and Corporate Holdings and Management Land Inc. (CHMI).

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The subdivision will develop at least 38 hectares of land in a bid to make it as one of the top-of-the-line residential areas in the Philippines at par with other real estate development projects in the country.

Noel Gonzales, chair of the CHMI Land Inc. and the developer of the Palm Spring States, said they have a lot of offers to put up a high-end real estate in General Santos before but were reluctant due to leadership and economic issues.

He added that when CHMI Land Inc. found out that the city has a new chief executive, noted to be a strong leader in the business world, the company promptly reconsidered their option.

"We are pleased that GenSan is under the leadership of Mayor Ronnel C. Rivera. We believe in his capacity to diversify and intensify the business climate of the city for the years to come," Gonzales said.

Rivera, in response, said that he will do his best effort to create a more healthy business atmosphere in GenSan that will generate more jobs and opportunity for its constituents.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on February 04, 2014.

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