Everybody’s already excited for Ayala’s proposed Capitol Civic Center development. The company plans to infuse P6 Billion for this project and another P25 Million for the development of the Capitol Park and Lagoon.
Negrenses have been following the development ever since it came out in the news that different companies are interested in buying the prime property owned by the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental. There were some dramatic turns as SM Prime Holdings filed for a TRO in court but was eventually denied.
Finally, last Friday, with only Ayala Land submitting a bid, the capitol property was awarded to Ayala Land. Below is the proposed AyalaCapitol Civic Center. The development include retail, residential, hotel, convention center and office zones.
Image credit: Visayan Daily Star