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“We trust that our contractor has built Il Corso according to the plans approved by OBO. Nonetheless, we will have this verified and checked together with DPWH and OBO so that we will be coordinated.”
Eng’r. Allan Go Alfon
Vice President and Area General Manager
Filinvest Land, Inc.
CEBU CITY (Dec. 27, 2015) — Filinvest Land, Inc. (FLI) will verify the report that structures at Il Corso, a waterfront lifestyle commercial strip at South Road Properties (SRP) in this city, may need to be set back further from the Cebu South Road.
But an official of the company said they trusted the contractor of the project to have followed the plans as approved by the Cebu City Office of the Building Official (OBO).
It was the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) office in the city, acting on the report of its road-right-of-way agent, that asked OBO last Nov. 9 to take action.
“We trust that our contractor has built Il Corso according to the plans approved by OBO,” noted Eng’r. Allan Go Alfon, vice president and area general manager of FLI.
“Nonetheless, we will have this verified and checked together with DPWH and OBO so that we will be coordinated,” he added.
FLI has been developing Il Corso in a 10-hectare property it bought at SRP from the Cebu City Government.
It is part of the masterplan for City di Mare, a township that includes the 40-hectare property that FLI entered in a joint venture with the city located just across the Cebu South Road from Il Corso.
Like Il Corso, two clusters of mid-rise residential condominiums – Amalfi and Sanremo Oasis — have also been developed with complete resort-inspired amenities in the property covered by the joint venture.
City di Mare will also be integrated with and be complemented by the 19.2-hectare property FLI purchased from the city after a successful bid earlier this year.