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Puerto Azul Gateway to rise in Ternate

Puerto Azul Gateway to rise in Ternate

Puerto Azul Land Inc. recently announced the construction of Puerto Azul Gateway, conceptualized as a modern commercial center and envisioned by its developers to help drive domestic tourism in the coastal municipality of Ternate, Cavite.

Once dubbed as “Asia’s Paradise Resort” and the “World’s Golfing Capital,” Puerto Azul is a vast and sprawling land bank located in the coastal area of Cavite that offers the option of mountain and beach attractions.

Just 90 minutes by car from Metro Manila, the project aims to compliment the plans to re-develop Puerto Azul, which was popular as a golfing and exclusive tourist destination.

In the past, the Puerto Azul Golf & Country Club hosted some of the most high-profile golf tournaments from the Philippine Open to the celebrity-studded Goma Cup of actor Richard Gomez.

Last April, it was announced that Bloomberry Resorts Corp. entered into a purchase agreement with Boulevard Holdings Inc., Puerto Azul Land Inc., Ternate Development Corp. and Monte Sol Development Corp. for some 279 hectares that will be developed into an integrated resort complex featuring a world-class casino, a luxury hotel, an all-new golf course and other mixed-use development.

Following the groundbreaking ceremony held last September and attended by top officials of the company, Puerto Azul Land Inc. unveils an all-new “stopover” experience called the Puerto Azul Gateway. 

The project will house some 1,200 square meters of leasable space that will cater to every visitor from dining to other commercial needs.

“We’re very excited to launch the Gateway project. This heralds a new age for Puerto Azul Land Inc.,” says Samantha Panlilio, Chief Operations Officer of Puerto Azul Land Inc. 

“Rest assured our team is mindful of the environmental and social impact of the said construction project. That said, we shall adhere towards the highest standards of sustainability practices by collaborating with the local government officials and environmental consultants to ensure conservation and pro-green efforts are met. It is our commitment to deliver a most positive impact to the community.”

Puerto Azul Gateway is expected to be completed by 2025.

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