Soon-to-rise prime CBD in Pampanga will combine business and leisure

Artist's rendition of The Infinity plan

The first and largest central business district (CBD) at the heart of the Central Luzon region will soon rise in Pampanga. The Jenra Group of Companies, the province’s homegrown business conglomerate has started its township development with The Infinity—a 40-hectare CBD master-planned by Palafox Associates that will serve as a hub for commercial, business, and residential establishments.

To begin with, The Infinity is in a strategic location—traversing the cities of Angeles and Mabalacat; directly connected to the Northern Luzon Expressway (NLEX) via the Angeles Exit.

Opening more prospects
AC Beautiful Island (ACBI) Realty Development Corporation, the real estate arm of The Jenra Group, is developing this vast commerce center. The Infinity’s concept is anchored on the goal to open more prospects for the province through serving as a commercial link between the region and the rest of Luzon.

With the aim of mixing business with leisure, ACBI has also announced plans to soon start construction of its retail and commercial center within The Infinity. The Shoppes at The Infinity is touted as the next leisure destination not just in the CBD but also in the entire region.

Artist’s rendition of The Shoppes

Modern retail hub
“We envision The Shoppes to complement the trade and investment prowess of The Infinity,” said ACBI General Manager Byron T. Siy. “As business and leisure are industries that now work side by side, we want to make sure that we are offering a complete and one-stop-shop destination at par with central business districts here and abroad.”

The Shoppes also take inspiration from popular mixed-use developments in the country. It will also follow a modern contemporary design influence with the help of leading style firm LG+V Architects. The retail center intends to boost the area’s transformation. Its landscape will also highlight a relaxed and nature-inspired atmosphere while satisfying the shopping and dining needs of the region. The first phase of the center will be operational by the middle of 2019.

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