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Megaworld to bring upscale residential living to VisMin by Jillian CariolaPublished: June 1, 2015Updated: June 1, 2015

Forbes Hill will rise in Megaworld’s Northill Gateway in Bacolod City.

Property giant Megaworld will be building its first upscale residential village in the Visayas and Mindanao area in Northill Gateway, their Bacolod City township. To be called Forbes Hill, the neighborhood will occupy 15 hectares of the 53-hectare township located along the Bacolod-Silay Airport Acess Road.

“Finally, Megaworld is rolling out a premiere residential offering for Bacolod. This is the company’s first venture for a luxury village outside of Metro Manila because we recognize the sophisticated market in this wonderful province,” Megaworld Premier Bacolod vice president for sales and marketing Rachelle Penaflorida said.

To provide residents with privacy and maintain the village’s exclusivity, there will only be 197 lots available for purchase, resulting to a layout of only 13 lots per hectare. Each lot will range from 449sqm to 861sqm, with prices going up to Php 17,000 per square meter. Aside from residential lots, Forbes Hill will also feature open and green spaces, an events hall, swimming pools, and a fitness center.

“More importantly, we are giving our residents with a wider breadth of lifestyle amenities that the entire Northill Gateway township brings – from malls and commercial centers to office spaces and educational institutions – everything will just be within reach. Megaworld is bringing its pioneering LIVE-WORK-PLAY-LEARN concept to the future residents of Forbes Hill which will be the first in Negros Occidental and Bacolod City,” Penaflorida added.

Northill Gateway is Megaworld’s venture with wholly owned subsidiary Suntrust Properties, Inc. and in partnership with the Lacson Family. The township will feature residential villages, a 7.5-hectare mixed-use office and retail developments, leisure and recreational hubs, and institutional facilities.

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