Vista Land ven­tures into mixed-use de­vel­op­ment in Davao City

Business World - - CORPORATE NEWS - Carmelito Q. Francisco

DAVAO CITY — A sub­sidiary of Vil­lar-led Vista Land and Lifescapes, Inc. is adding a shop­ping mall within a planned 15-hectare res­i­den­tial sub­di­vi­sion in the south­ern area.

The 2.6- hectare Vista Mall project of Vista Land’s Camella Com­mu­ni­ties Davao, Inc. was re­cently ap­proved on sec­ond read­ing by the Davao City Coun­cil fol­low­ing the rec­om­men­da­tion of the sub­com­mit­tee on hous­ing, ru­ral and ur­ban de­vel­op­ment for high- end projects.

Doc­u­ments from the coun­cil show the com­pany has com­pleted the re­quire­ments for pre­lim­i­nary ap­proval and lo­ca­tional clear­ance as well as the de­vel­op­ment per­mits for the project.

The Mines and Geo­sciences Bu­reau, on the other hand, has is­sued a “cer­ti­fi­ca­tion for pos­si­ble geo­haz­ard and rec­om­mended mit­i­gat­ing mea­sures.”

The three-storey Vista Mall will be lo­cated inside the Cer­ri­tos sub­di­vi­sion in the Tug­bok Dis­trict. In an ear­lier in­ter­view with

Busi­nessWorld, Camella Com­mu­ni­ties Man­ager Mar­lon Nino B. Es­cal­i­cas said the com­pany is ex­pand­ing its foot­print in the city not just in the res­i­den­tial seg­ment but also through com­mer­cial de­vel­op­ments. —

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