Megaworld launches new townships in Palawan and Bulacan
Paragua Coastown, a 462-hectare ‘eco-tourism’ community located in San Vicente, Palawan is the 27th township of Megaworld. It is strategically located within a few minutes away from the San Vicente Airport, which serves regular flights to and from Manila and Clark.
Paragua Coastown will feature hotels and resorts, health and wellness sanctuaries, cultural center, educational institutions, a boutique hotel district, a shophouse district, as well as residential developments such as private villas, serviced apartments, themed residential villages, and a mangrove reserve park.
Paragua used to be the name of Palawan during the American regime in 1902. A year after, the province was re-organized to include the southern part and re-named it Palawan.
“As we grow our sustainable developments portfolio, this new township in the beautiful town of San Vicente in Palawan will showcase the best of sustainable tourism and green living. While we transform it into a world-class development, we also commit to the preservation of the island’s biodiversity,” says Kevin L. Tan, chief strategy officer, Megaworld.
Kemdeng, which has its own beach line, will be the first area to be developed. Shophouse and boutique hotel lots are currently offered for investors who would like to own a piece of land in ‘one of the best islands in the world’ hailed by Travel + Leisure magazine in 2021.
“More than just sustainable tourism, our vision for this expansive Palawan property is to provide an opportunity to those who want the island-life to live and even raise their families here. Aside from the preserved natural surroundings of the beach, mountains and cliffs of San Vicente, we will also provide the facilities and amenities for holistic wellness for our future residents,” adds Mr. Kevin Tan.
Spanning the municipalities of Marilao and Bocaue, Bulacan, 20 kilometers north of Metro Manila, is the 28th township of Megaworld Corporation, Northwin Global City. It is set to become Bulacan’s first-ever metropolitan hub for business and lifestyle, and will feature themed commercial districts, high-rise residential towers, hotels, malls, mixed-use commercial buildings, educational institutions, and state-of-the-art office towers.
Northwin Global City can be accessed via the Marilao Exit of NLEX which is just 20 minutes away from the proposed New Manila International Airport in Bulacan, and just 5 minutes away from the Philippine Arena.
Northwin Main Street
Northwin Global City’s main business district is called Northwin Main Street. Patterned from New York City’s Fifth Avenue, Northwin Main Street will be highlighted by state-of-the-art corporate towers, shophouses, hotels, and commercial towers; as well as wide roads and avenues, promenades, walking parks, and green, open spaces.