Festival Land Inc. to build residential units in Magalang

PAMPANGA. Festival Land Inc. owners and Associates Alekhine S. Guzman (R) and Odilon Lacson (L) led Saturday's groundbreaking ceremony of FLI's new subdivision project in Barangay Sta. Cruz, Magalang, Pampanga. Joining them were (L-R) Yalda Ocampo, China Bank Marquee; Barangay Chairman Junnel Malonzo; Josephine Reyes, Pag-Ibig San Fernando; Mark Gosioco, BDO Magalang Branch; and Tracy Quiambao, BPI Family Bank Housing Loan. (Chris Navarro)

IN KEEPING up with its commitment to provide dream homes to Filipino families, Festival Land Inc. (FLI) will be building quality homes in a two-hectare land along the Magalang-Arayat road in Barangay Sta. Cruz, Magalang.

This was learned during Saturday's groundbreaking ceremony attended by the owners and Associates of FLI, namely, Alekhine S. Guzman, Odilon Lacson, Frances D. Guzman and Golda Merissa S. Guzman.

Guzman told SunStar Pampanga that FLI will be building 168 housing units complete with road networks, club house, guarded gate and other amenities.

"Festival Land Inc. is committed in developing an estate catering to Filipino dream homes, which are quality assured yet cost-effective. That shall consequently ease up backlog problems in key cities and bring forth better options in the Philippines," Guzman said.

He said although the company was officially founded in 2018, the founders and its associates have always had deep-seated roots in the business, with decades of practical knowledge and experience in planning, designing, construction and providing affordable housing in the country. Because of that FLI envisioned to rise on its own and now aims to be the top land developer in Pampanga, serving the community by equating elegant quality with nominal cost.

"Thus, this new subdivision project became a stepping-stone in the grand scheme of things that the company has been envisioning for the past decades," he said.

Guzman said the project has been planned and designed to cater to low- and middle-class families by providing them residential units that are high in quality yet cost-effective.

"The site itself was studied and considered from a typical Filipino family lifestyle, with its location being accessible to key cities in Pampanga. Entrepreneurs and professionals would find it comfortable and efficient in facing the hustle and bustle of their daily lives," Guzman added.

Also present during the groundbreaking ceremony were former Mayor Malu Paras-Lacson, Sta. Cruz barangay chairman Junnel Malonzo, Pag-Ibig Fund BDD Housing Relations Officer Laurice Joy Floresca, Engr. Joey Pangilinan, architect Chealsea Marigold C. Guzman, Rev. Fr. Dan Dizon, Bank of the Philippine Islands representatives Tracy Quiambao and Joy Mejia, Banco De Oro-Magalang Branch Manager Mark Gosioco, China Bank Marquee Mall Branch representative Yalda Y. Ocampo, Department Manager III Business Development North Luzon Group Pag-Ibig San Fernando Housing Business Center's Josephine S. Reyes and others. (Chris Navarro)


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