Dev't firms optimistic with Angeles investment

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Thursday, July 24, 2014


ANGELES CITY -- Officers of the AVG&P Architects and the Realty Development and Integrated Services Inc. (RDISI) expressed their optimism on Thursday in the boom infrastructure and realty developments in Angeles as they opened their new office at the Mint Hotel Tower here Wednesday.

The two firms said that the on-going development of the city under Mayor Pamintuan and the host of construction inside Clark shows the realty investment in Metro Angeles and Clark is in no way of slowing down.

AVG&P principal architect Andy Gulapa said that the hotel projects, condominiums and business establishments have been the bulk of major construction projects in the city. He added that most condominium developments here have been catering to foreign investors, clients and even local buyers.

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"We have confidence in the realty developments in the city and our firms hope to be able to contribute to this wholesome development," Gulapa said.

AVG&P has been involved in major development projects in this city as well as Central Luzon. The projects include the Grandview Tower, Maharaja Tower and BGGC Complex among others.

Gulapa said that the development projects for hotels and condominiums in the city are now on the rise. He added that vertical construction is inevitable in a city that is both an urban and commercial center.

"The airport in Clark plays a crucial role. People who we talked to, before they invest, would always ask us about the local airport and it is a major consideration before they invest," Gulapa said, adding that further development of the airport will have a ripple effect on local investment prospects in the city.

Realty Development and Integrated Services Inc. president Rochelle Calma, for her part, said that Angeles City will need to be able to help steer the development growth in the city in terms of bringing more investors and putting more investment incentives.

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