A subdivision with an aesthetic flair will soon rise in Barangay Cabahug, Cadiz City in Negros Occidental.
The groundbreaking of the 19-hectare Leaves City Residences on Wednesday, September 8, shows that despite the economic slowdown brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, investors continue to have confidence in Cadiz City’s potential for growth, Cadiz Mayor Salvador Escalante said.
The subdivision is the realization of the dream of the late Remo and Echel Ramos, conceptualized by their daughter Stephanie Ramos Diamond, who decided to sell the land to DD & E Builders and Development Corp., Susana Escamilla, head broker for Leaves City Residences, said.
Diamod said “DD & E Builders and Development Corp. Has set the tone in presenting an extraordinary design with an aesthetic flair that will enable us to experience a new standard of living. From residential homes to commercial structures, these will bring forth a new face to the community,” she said.
“The development promises to unfold opportunities for employment, entrepreneurship, economic development and prosperity,” she added.
Present at the groundbreaking was Ivy Ramos Hassaram representing the Ramos family, and officers of DD & E Builders Development Corp. led by its president, Architect Rogielyn Delarma-Emnace, corporate secretary Grace Ledesma Tambasen and Architect Anwar Marcos Donoso, planning and design head.
Escalante said the groundbreaking rites for a new mountain resort and two more restaurants in Cadiz City were also held on Wednesday, which is proof of the viability on investing in Cadiz City.
“These are private people investing in our city,” Escalante said.*