The new leader in tourism complex inside this Freeport zone has ground breaks the construction of the P200 million golf club house in a 304-hectare area into a tourism estate, including the construction of a new golf course at the former True North.
Donggwang Clark Corporation (DCC) will pour $400 million for the construction of a world-class tourism estate, including recreational and leisure projects inside Clark.
DCC Chair Lee Shin Kun said the project scheme consists of 36-hole golf course, clubhouse, condominium with 330 rooms, water park, spa and gymnasium, eco park, business center, store and function, international school, golf academy and driving range, clinic and drug store, hotel, casino, 500-unit villas and shopping arcade.
Tower 1 and 2 of Donggwang’s Clark ODE County Officetel has also been inaugurated before the grounding breaking ceremonies at the former True North area. Tower 3 is expected to be completed before end of the year.
Lee informed Clark Development Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer Felipe Antonio B. Remollo—who was the guest of honor during the rites-- said the tourism estate project of DCC is expected to be completed by the year 2016 and would employ more than 2,000 workers, not to mention the arrival of more foreign and local tourists in Clark.
The leisure community project aims to increase tourism and economic activities in the Central Luzon region and to provide employment and job creation during construction and operation phases of the project.
South Korean firm also told Remollo that the commercial building is worth $30 million with 10-story officetel , condotel, hotel and casino. DCC, a Philippine subsidiary of Donggwang Construction in South Korea.
The construction of the officetel will generate about 730 jobs for Filipinos in the area.
The DCC also currently owns and operates three golf courses and condotels in South Korea.
Source: CDC Public Relations Department