Farming, tourism hub to rise in Davao

Damosa Land Inc. (DLI) recently launched a mixed-use, agri-focused development, Agriya, in Panabo City, Davao Del Norte. 

Damosa Land Inc.

Just 30 minutes away from Davao City, the “agropolis” is envisioned to become the next prime agri-tourism address, composed of a nine-hectare residential, 24-hectare commercial, nine-hectare agri tourism, and another nine-hectare institutional component, occupying 40-hectares of the property for its first phase. Agriya is DLI’s latest township which aims to strengthen the region’s tourism growth. 

At the ribbon cutting were are (left to right)Ricardo F. Lagdameo, first vice president, Damosa Land; Biboy Gavina, vice mayor, Panabo City; Hon. Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, Secretary, Department of Tourism; . Anton F. Lagdameo, president, Industrial Group; Linda F. Lagdameo, chairperson, Anflo Management and Investment Corporation (ANFLOCOR); Vicente R. Floirendo, President, Agri Operations, ANFLOCOR; Ricardo R. Floirendo, President, Real Estate and Livestock Operations, ANFLOCOR.

Topics: Damosa Land Inc. , Farming , tourism hub , Davao Del Norte
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