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    A new 24-hectare city is rising at the southern portion of Dumaguete. When finished, this would certainly become the central business district of Dumaguete, overtaking the present downtown area.

    So here are the renderings for the rising Dumaguete Business Park:
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    Latest on the Dumaguete Business Park

    Teletech Building 2
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    Teletech Building 1
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    The Center Island
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    Robinsons Dumaguete
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    TOP OF THE WEEK
    The Sunday Negros Chronicle
    January 14, 2007

    SY SCIONS ENVISION SUPER BUSINESS PARK
    by: Dems Demecillo


    The scions of the Julio Sy family are envisioning a modern super business park in their sprawling 21 hectare complex in Calindagan after the grand opening of Robinsons Super Mall whose construction is ongoing. The Teletech call center is now there.

    The future amenities of the business park include among other: retirement homes, 4 star hotel, concert park, a display center for export products, 3 star movie houses, etc.

    Palafox Architectural Firm, ranked 96 in the top 200 companies worldwide in the field of architecture is commissioned to develop the said prime property.

    City Administrator Dominador Dumalag Jr. said that the structure should not be a cause of concern to businessmen in the city since the projects are not supposed to pose serious competition on their respective establishments. In fact, they will complement them and will cause more job oppotunities for the people of the province.

    Currently, Robinsons is building a 2 storey mall and is intended to be finished by October this year.
     
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    Inside Teletech Building I

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    Robinsons Place Dumaguete

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    PGMA Broke Ground for Dumaguete Business Park

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    President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is briefed on the features of the Dumaguete Business Park by Felino Falafox Jr., Principal Architect-Urban Planner-Founder and Managing Partner of Palafox Associates, during her visit to Dumaguete City Monday (Feb. 19). Also in photo is Vice President Noli de Castro (3rd from left). (Malacanang Photo)
     
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    PGMA IN DUMAGUETE - President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo is escorted by TeleTech Holdings Inc. (TeleTech) Vice President and General Manager Maulik Parekh (right) during a tour of the facilities of the company's newest business process outsourcing center which she inaugurated in Dumaguete City, Oriental Negros Monday (Feb. 19). (Malacanang Photo)
     
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    A beaming President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo inspects the facilities of the newest business process outsourcing center of TeleTech Holdings Inc. (TeleTech) during its inauguration at Dumaguete Business Park in Dumaguete City, Oriental Negros Monday (Feb. 19). (Malacanang Photo)
     
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