Johndorf announces Astana subdivision in Lapu-Lapu

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Friday, January 31, 2014

JOHNDORF Ventures Corp. (JVC) is set to develop a new subdivision south of Mactan Island that company officials believe will create “a new wave in Asian living.”

In a press statement, the company said its new project will be named Astana, “a name akin to the new capital of Kazakhstan, a west Asian nation that has been progressive since after it gained independence from the former Soviet Union in the 1990s.”

Astana will be a three-hectare project located in Barangay Babag, Lapu-Lapu City near Hanniyah Homes, a recently completed project of JVC subsidiary Prohomes Development, Inc.


JVC is completing two subdivisions also in Mactan—Portville Mactan in the northern end of the island, and Hanniyah Homes under Prohomes, located adjacent to Astana. JVC completed last year the 10-storey condominium 148 Residences in downtown Cebu City.

“Johndorf has been developing subdivisions for over 25 years, building better communities in northern Mindanao, plus eight villages in Cebu under Prohomes before its full acquisition from a joint venture,” the company said in its press statement.

The next project in Cebu will feature reasonably-priced townhouses, according to Michele D. Chiu, JVC sales and marketing manager.

“Astana is designed to respond to the homeowners’ aspirations and evolving needs in a metropolis as Metro Cebu,” she said.

“Urban achievers deserve a refreshing suburban community that reflects their desire for...modern, tranquil and contemporary Asian living,” she said.

Chiu said the master-planned residential community is meant for value-driven, vibrant and dynamic homeowners, who want to live in communities close to both the city and leisure of the sea.

“You can be confident your hard-earned money will bring you the best home and carry out a wise investment that will give you sound returns in time,” she said.

Johndorf may be reached at 266-6190 or in its office on the 14th floor of Ayala Life-FGU Center in the Cebu Business Park, across Ayala Center Cebu. (PR)

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on February 01, 2014.


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