$750-million food park rising in Pampanga

A world-class liveable food park project designed by famous architects in Southeast Asia will soon rise at the heart of Lakeshore in Mexico, Pampanga to capture not only the local market but also visitors from different parts of the globe.

Dubbed as the “Revolution Flavorscapes,” the project was conceptualized by architects Robie Antonio, Nestor Mangio and son Bryan with an initial investment pledge of $750 million at the 140-hectare prime development.

“We are not just building subdivisions but a world-class community. We are not building houses but homes,” said the older Mangio during the launching and groundbreaking of the project.

Envisioned to be the “worlds first livable food park,” Mangio said the project would be an environment-friendly estate.

“Lakeshore made sure that we maintain the green and waters even before the Revolution Flavorscapes project came,” said Mangio.

The project will build 14,000 homes.  It is a joint undertaking of Revolution Recrafted and Central County Estate Inc.

Topics: food park project , Lakeshore , Pampanga , Robie Antonio , Nestor Mangio , Revolution Flavorscapes ,
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