Carmona local government partners with SMDC to develop world-class township project

job December 13, 2021 at 11:43 pm

The Municipality of Carmona and the country’s leading residential real estate developer, SM Development Corporation (SMDC) Corporation, unveiled a modern landmark for its future township development in Carmona, which is expected to transform the first-class municipality into the focal point of Cavite for investments.

The Landmark unveiling was led by Carmona Mayor Roy M. Loyola and SMDC President Jose Mari Banzon was present on Saturday December 4, 2021 in Town Plaza along Governors Drive. In addition to making Carmona an epicenter for big business, SMDC is committed to making the municipality an economic catalyst for the country and a destination for foreign investment from around the world. “My fellow Carmonites, this landmark signifies the strong partnership between the SM consortium and our local government in our efforts to make Carmona the next smart city in the Philippines,” said Mayor Loyola. In addition, Banzon stressed that his company and the Municipality of Carmona share a common vision – that of building a community that takes care of its residents and neighbors where they can live a good life in an environment of peace, contentment and progress. , in the middle of green surroundings. “The vision of our Founding President Henry Sy Jr. is to build a nation of homeowners, where Filipinos have access to everything they need to live the good life today and for generations to come, in one community. which allows them to live happily, healthily, in complete safety and in a sustainable manner, ”Banzon stressed.

Carmona local government partners with SMDC to develop world-class township project

In addition to the unveiling of the monument, participants also attended performances by local groups, Christmas lighting and fireworks activities. And to meet minimum health standards and ongoing protocols mandated by the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF), only 250 guests were allowed to join the ceremony.

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