Cebu Updates 8

Here’s another batch of updates for you guys. Sorry for the irregular posts lately. I’ll try to post more often from now on.

Anyways, let’s see how updated you are! Enjoy the photos, ya’ll!


The giants of the Cebu IT Park

First off, the gorgeous Calyx tower has been topped off. Isn’t she a beauty?

Ground level. Love the greens!

Street level with a view of the Asia Premier condo building.

More and more young caucasian families are enjoying Cebu!

Digging of the new BPO complex project at the IT Park. This was the lot once occupied by the old Bagong Buhay Rehabilitation Center.

Escario Street (from Golden Peak hotel to Ayala) is now a two-way street.

Mandarin Plaza Hotel (Right) opening soon!

Clearing of roadside structure under the Ayala Flyover for widening project.

IT Park’s newest building topped off!

Asphalting work at the Banilad Flyover.

Grand Residences beside the Sentinel tower – opening soon!

The T-cranes of Cebu’s soon-to-be tallest buildings – Horizons 101 are now up!

Clearing of the lot which will soon be occupied by the City Soho Condominium along B. Rodriguez Street.

Cebu Business Park’s new giants adding beauty to Cebu’s skyline.

The supra-high-end 1016 Residences at the CBP nearing completion.

Clearing of roadside structures in Capitol for the widening project.

The rumored bridge connecting V. Rama and Escario Street is getting more buzz lately.

Construction of the SM Seaside City in full swing.

T-Crane Wars!

Interior roadworks now in place.

FilInvest’s Citta di Mare at the South Road Properties nearing completion.

The San Pedro Calungsod templete at the SRP being prepared for the November 30 Thanksgiving mass.

22 thoughts on “Cebu Updates 8

  1. This makes me miss Cebu even more. Im from Cebu but i live now in California. You got a great blog! Thanks for the update. I’ll lurking around here often.

  2. wow! 15 yrs.ago, dili mn ing ani ang cebu ui…lahi na jd kaayo karon… daghan na jd ug mga new structures/bldgs… anyway, again thanks for the update ley. :0

  3. You can tell that a place is booming by the number of the cranes standing. Right on Cebu. Soon you are not just an island in the Pacific but an Island Nation in the Pacific. Forget imperial Manila.

  4. I do hope, too, that they would do something to improve the social welfare of those still living below poverty level. These buildings may be good to look at, but if you don’t do something to stop creating more poverty it might turn into another Manila. Also, improve the quality of transport accessibility (get rid of jeepney and make more for buses, with drivers who are qualified enough to man-handle the vehicles more competently). Encourage the people to also go for public transport so as not to make traffic so congested – like Manila is now. Perhaps trams/cable cars should have been the better alternative for being less pollutant mode of transport. I also wish that they would make ultimatums to make people NOT trash their surroundings – like how Davao City operated itself.

    That aside, I wish for Cebu more hope that it would not only surpass Manila in terms of infrastructure but also on the welfare of everybody in it. Cheers.

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