Infrastructure boom seen in Camp John Hay with entry of Ayala Land

By Artemio A. Dumlao , The Philippine Star | 06/30/2009 2:13 AM

BAGUIO CITY — After a slow start, development inside Camp John Hay, the former American rest and recreation facility, is expected to accelerate.

More infrastructure projects are set for implementation as both the developer Camp John Hay Development Corp. (CJHDevCo) and its latest locator Ayala Land Inc. (ALI) will start soon “developments” in the area.

Alfredo Yñiguez III, CJHDevCo chief operating officer and Steve Dy, assistant vice president for Ayala Land Businesscapes, said the biggest project is the Eco Village which will be built right where the Filling Station is currently located.

The Eco Village will be a one-storey structure that will house restaurants, shops and an arts and culture center. It is envisioned to be a convergence area where al fresco dining and regular shows will be held, Yñiguez said adding that the structure will blend with Camp John Hay’s green and mountainous environment.

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