Italpinas Dev’t breaks ground Città Bella

BUSINESS
By MARK FRANCISCO, Correspondent
March 27, 2019

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THE second phase of eco-friendly apartments of Primavera City develop by Italpinas Development Corporation broke ground Monday (March 25).

Dubbed as Citta’ Bella, Primavera City Phase 2 is 11 levels high just like her twin Citta Verde (Primavera City Phase 1) and eventual triplet Citta Grande (Primavera City Phase 3).

All three mixed-rise developments will feature residential, commercial and office spaces to top at the roofdeck with a function hall featuring a stunning view of Macajalar Bay to the north and the Bukidnon mountains to the south. The rooftop of all three buildings will be installed with photovoltaic panels, making the entire premises an eco-friendly one.

In particular, Citta Bella will offer 291 housing units in three types: studio, one-bedroom and penthouse.

According to Italpinas Development Corporation vice-president for brand management Clara Elizaga, there will be six penthouse units at the 11th level of the edifice.

The rest of the residential units will be spread out from the fourth to 11th levels.

Elizaga said that the first level is reserved for 17 units of commercial space while 36 office units are allocated at the second to third levels.

The second building in Primavera City located along P.N. Roa Ave., upper Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City has a total of 106 parking spaces in two basement levels.

The construction of the second phase is expected to complete in September 2021 with occupancy to start in early 2022.

The whole Primavera City project, which will include a high-rise tower to be called Citta Alta, will finish in 2026.

Primavera City development sits in a spacious 55,000 square-meter property in a very prime location in uptown Cagayan de Oro, Northern Mindanao’s premier new growth area.

Italpinas Development Corporation pioneers eco-friendly realty projects in this part of the country.

“Choosing to live in a green building is not just a lifestyle but a choice to live in comfort and well-being,” IDC chairman and CEO Romolo Nati pointed out. “Sustainability must be a way of thinking and living – a mindset.”

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