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Century, Car Assembler to Launch Fort Project

Listed real еstatе firm Century Properties Group Inc. (CPGI), together with Asian Carmakers Corp. (ACC) owned by Jose Alvarez, announced that it will launch a two-tower development in Bonifacio Global City this year.

ACC is the lessee of the property bounded by 3rd and 4th Avenues and 27th streets in Fort Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. The lot is owned by AFP-MBAI.

“ACC shall form a new corporation with CPGI to construct two towers, one for commercial offices  and the other for a hotel, with an expected gross floor area of 30,000 sqm.”

“As Century is expecting to complete over 4,000 units with 200,000 net saleable sqm of residential condominium units by December 2013, we are seeking to re-invest earnings into recurring income assets.

“We also expect the completion of our lifestyle mall called Century City Mall by the fourth quarter of this year,” according to the Executive Chairman of the Board, Jose Antonio.

Century Properties Group was the first builder to finish and turnover a building in Bonifacio global City with its award winning residential condominium called Essensa East Forbes.

With 26 years in the business of real еstatе development, marketing and property management, Century Properties is the developer behind such prestigious projects as the Azure Urban Resort Residences in Parañaque City, with a beach club designed by Holywood model Paris Hilton; the Knightsbridge Residences at Century City, Trump Tower at Century City, the Milano Residences interior design by Versace Home, Acqua Livingstone interior design by MissoniHome; Acqua Iguazu yoo inspired by Starck; and Centuria Medical Makati in partnership with GE Healthcare.

The company is listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange under the ticker CPG.

Source: The Daily Tribune | February 19, 2013


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