By the Philippine News Agency
MEXICO, Pampanga – Revolution Precrafted, a global leader in branded prefab structures, in partnership with Central Country Estate Inc. (CCEI), officially broke ground on Tuesday for the USD$750 million Revolution Flavorscapes project inside the Lakeshore Estate in this town.
Leading the groundbreaking ceremonies were Revolution Precrafted chief growth officer Zoya Vassilieva, CCEI Chairman Architect Nestor S. Mangio, CCEI managing director Brian Mangio, Pampanga Vice Governor Dennis Pineda and Mexico Mayor Teddy Tumang.
Envisioned to be the world’s first livable food park, Revolution Flavorscapes will have approximately 14,000 homes on a 140-hectare prime development area.
Mangio, in a press conference, said that for the first phase of the project, at least 3,500 housing units were already sold out through pre-selling.
The development, he added, boasts of unique amenities including the Museums of Ice Cream and Candy, a Chocolate Gallery and a Microbrewery with surrounding beer garden.
Other amenities include a floating restaurant, floating cinema and amphitheater situated at the banks of Lakeshore’s 12-hectare man-made lake.
Revolution Precrafted will build the homes while CCEI will serve as developer of the project.
“We are very excited to kick start the construction efforts in Revolution Flavorscapes. By the first quarter of 2019, we will build some 500-600 homes. We are committed to deliver affordable but quality homes on a timely manner,” Revolution Precrafted founder and CEO Robbie Antonio, for his part, said.
Mangio, meanwhile, said the site and land development of the area will be completed by the fourth quarter, to be proceeded by the construction of the homes.
“Our technology is already in place to complete the development of the property. We will then start with the construction of the homes by December,” he added.
The entire project is expected to be completed by 2021.
Revolution Flavorscapes is located just an hour and a half from Metro Manila, and is positioned close to the Clark International Airport, which now accommodates multiple international flights.