Filinvest unveils ‘Fora Dagupan’


FILINVEST, one of the country’s largest property developers, is set to construct a new residential townscape in Dagupan City.

It is marking its first entry into Pangasinan with its project ‘Fora Dagupan’, a townscape development that is set to be the city’s newest lifestyle destination soon.

The 6.3-hectare townscape is an integrated development project that will include offices, a commercial strip and a mid-rise residential community.

All these features were revealed during the ceremonial unveiling of ‘Fora Dagupan’ along a property in Barangay Lucao on March 8.

The ceremony was attended by Mayor Belen Fernandez, Liga ng mga Barangay President Dean Bryan Kua, members of the city’s Investment and Development Board, Lucao
Barangay council headed by chairman Marcelino Fernandez and other barangay captains.

Tristan Las Marias, Filinvest Senior Vice President for Vis/Min and North Luzon, said that this is the company’s first project of this magnitude in North Luzon.

 “We chose this flourishing city to build this exciting development interchange project because Dagupan is number one for us. We believe in Dagupan’s prospects and we want to be part of its continued growth,” said Las Marias.

Filinvest also underscored the support from the city government and is looking forward to a long and fruitful partnership with the city.

“We thank Mayor Fernandez and all Dagupeños for welcoming us here in Dagupan– Pangasinan’s dynamic and bullish hub. We would like to continue investing so that the city will benefit economically from our investments,” added Las Marias.

Meanwhile, Mayor Fernandez thanked the Filinvest for bringing to the city its first residential project for condominiums as it will not only provide better residential options but will also help create more jobs for Dagupeños.

Filinvest Land Inc., developer of massive master-planned township projects, is the latest major investor to come and do business in the city. The others who came ahead are SM Supermall, the City Mall, Sta. Lucia Land Development for Almeria Verde and ACE Hospital. (Verdelle De Vera/CIO)

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