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Create Beautiful Lifestyles in Bacolod City

Bacolod is a highly urbanized city in the Philippines and the capital of the province of Negros Occidental. Based on local government data it has a population of approximately 600,000, making it the most populous city in Western Visayas and second to Cebu in the whole of Visayas. This resplendent urban destination, primed with beautiful lifestyle experiences is all set to transform the rich heritage and scenic landscapes of Negros Occidental.

 

The City of Smiles

Bearing the nickname “City of Smiles,” Bacolod takes pride in showcasing notable festivals such as the world-known Masskara Festival, the Bacolod’ very colorful celebration of its Charter Day Anniversary on October 19, that attracts both tourists and investors year after year. In this light, Bacolod’s Masskara performers continue to demonstrate excellent performance as they have been the first Filipino group to have performed in Disneyland and the first mask-based festival in the world to do so.

What further enriches their culture are the homegrown delicacies. Dubbed as the “Sugar Cane Capital of the Philippines”, Bacolod has more flavors to offer than just their well-famed chicken inasal. Piaya, guapple pie, napoleones, and mango tart are mouthwatering confectionaries in every foodie’s checklist that will surely make you say “Kanamit kaayo!”

At present, Negrenses are still accustomed to celebrating history. Their well-preserved heritage houses and structures such as The Ruins, Balay Negrense, and Maria Ledesma Golez Ancestral House, date back to prominent sugar barons living in lavish mansions as a display of their wealth and power. Up to now, many of these mansions stand as a testament to their fine tastes and appreciation for beauty and luxury.

 

Bacolod as a safe and well-governed haven

Bacolod has reputably managed to conserve the beauty and wealth of its tradition and culture all thanks to the combined efforts of the local government and the Bacoleños. With much pride, the local government of Bacolod City received multiple awards that commend their efforts in building the city to what it is today. 

Among many recognitions, Bacolod is a recipient of the Tourism Award of the Year at the Asia Leaders Awards 2019, Special Citation in the Most Business-Friendly LGU Award (2017-2019), and Seal of Good Local Governance Award for 2019 where only 57 out of 145 cities all over the country were awarded. It has also been declared by the Department of Science and Technology as a “center of excellence” for information technology and business process management operations. 

The city’s potential in becoming both a beautiful haven and a prime prospective hub for communications facilities, business process outsourcing (BPO) firms, infrastructure, trade and service centers is a promising prospect for discerning investors.

 

Evolution of city-living 

Thanks to its thriving economy, Bacolod’s real estate sector has been developing notably well and is expected to continue soaring to greater heights in the coming years.

According to MoneySense Magazine’s survey, Bacolod ranks as the Best Place to Live in the Philippines in 2008, and awarded Top Philippine Model City and Most Livable Urban Center by Manila Times. With a low crime rate, manageable traffic conditions, and a disaster-resilient community, the local government proactively drives its efforts in making the city safe and favorable to city living.

With an evolving landscape and the entry of new residential developments, more and more Negrenses now embrace the idea of township and condo living. People are more eager to get a piece of Bacolod because today’s affluent families are seeking an upgraded living experience in beautiful houses that have distinctive architectural features. This is the perfect thought for discerning investors to look into The Olvera COHO, a premium condominium resort development in Bacolod City. 

 

 

Create beautiful lifestyles in Bacolod’s premium condominium resort development

Its first phase rising 7 storeys high, The Olvera COHO is a beautiful and exclusive master-planned condominium-resort development along Cordova-Buri Road in Mandalagan, that aims to provide a curate lifestyle among affluent young professionals, starting families, and discerning investors. The Olvera COHO, a one-hectare vertical village that features 5 buildings, offers One-Bedroom units (30.36 square meters). The Olvera COHO’s condo units are automation-ready as they are equipped with fiber optics that are available for Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) service that will allow unit owners to conveniently control lighting, air-conditioning, and electronic devices through their mobile phones. On top of this, the automation system comes with a closed-circuit television (CCTV) camera and automatic alarm system that boosts The Olvera COHO’s condo unit security.

Moreover, it is equipped with exceptional, disaster-proof building features and state-of-the-art amenities that include a swimming pool, clubhouse, fitness gym, play court, children’s playground, and groundbreaking commercial strips that complement the development’s beautiful surroundings. Its first building is expected to be completed by the 1st quarter of 2020.

The Olvera is a development of Condo Homes (COHO), Vista Land’s newest brand for beautiful, stylish, and high-quality condominiums situated in prime highly urbanized locations nationwide. COHO redefines city-living by providing a distinct and curated lifestyle experience. It aims to seamlessly combine the beauty, style, and energy of condo living with all the convenient amenities through Vista Land’s integrated and master-planned townships, a development template that makes COHO well-poised to appreciate in value at an accelerated pace. With the unlocked synergies between Vista Land’s residential and affiliate retail brands, COHO residents will enjoy the curated lifestyle of having malls, coffee shops, cinemas, supermarkets, home improvement stores and more as an extension of their COHO. Create beautiful lifestyles in Bacolod today!

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