Cebu City captures the best of the metropolitan life in a place surrounded by natural wonders.
The first-class city entices with its pristine beaches and underground caverns while exuding chic urbanity with state-of-the-art structures. Investors have taken notice of the city’s high potential for talent, infrastructure, and business environment, catering to higher standards of living that mirror Manila’s urban flair.
Cebu’s rich and diverse culture is embodied in famous landmarks like the Mactan Shrine, and the Taoist temple, not to mention the Cebuano’s signature gastronomic offerings. The city’s booming economic climate has pinned down famous names in various industries, and most recently, even the iconic hotel, Marco Polo.
The Marco Polo Plaza Cebu has always been a go-to destination for its legacy, city views, and high-end flair. With the success of the hotel came the first-ever branded luxurious residential tower in the city, the Marco Polo Residences.
The four-tower Marco Polo Residences by Federal land, Inc. atop the exclusive Nivel Hills district successfully married the brand’s trademark of world-class experience with Cebu’s provincial charm. The fifth tower, Parkplace, is currently on the way.
For developer Federal Land Inc., Cebu’s perfect blend of urbanity and natural beauty makes it effortless for the Marco Polo brand to widen its presence down south.
General manager Thomas Mirasol said, “Cebu is a hub for tourism and commerce in the region, and it reflects in the rapid development of the province. The influx of residents from Manila and neighboring cities, foreign investors, and expatriates in Cebu is creating a dynamic environment for the economy to flourish and the culture to deepen.
“Marco Polo Residences and the upcoming Parkplace Tower echo this inevitable economic rise in a very upbeat and naturally beautiful environment,” added Mirasol.
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