The first subdivision that produces its own electricity in Bacolod City was recently launched through groundbreaking rites in Barangay Estefania.
The Golden Palm Subdivision that was urbanized by JECO Development Corporation, is a 12-hectare project that incorporates photovoltaic panels in the development to harvest solar energy that is priced from P525,000 to P1.5 million.
Michael Ranier Tan, Golden Palm general manager, said at the recent groundbreaking and grand open house that the subdivision is not just a development, but an option for average earners to live in affordable homes that are environmentally-friendly.
“Power outages will not be part of the homeowners' concern anymore and, with this, we are helping city,” Tan said.
Golden Palm offers three house designs: Champagne Basic/Augmented, a 60-square meter lot with a floor area of 24 sqm valued at P560,000 to P780,000; and Queen A and B, with a minimum of 90 sqm lot paired with 39 sqm floor area, both selling for P1.35 million to P1.5 million.
The new subdivision will be near a college and two basic education schools, a commercial area, churches and a hospital.
Those interested may contact Golden Palm Subdivision at (034) 435-2567 and 0925-877-2611.*KBC
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