PUEBLO de Oro Development Corp. (PDO) recently launched the second phase in its 30-hectare masterplanned community in San Fernando, Pampanga.
In a statement, the real estate developer said it is offering over 1,100 units at the La Aldea Fernandina II, a 12-hectare Spanish–Mediterranean themed community within Pueblo de Oro in Barangay Del Carmen, San Fernando.
PDO is targeting start-up families for the homes that start at P1.2 million each. Units’ floor areas start at 47 square meters (sq.m.).
Amenities include a transport terminal, pocket open spaces, a riverside linear park and jogging path.
“Residents can enjoy the centrally located community facilities, such as the new village clubhouse, full-size basketball court, and children’s playground,” the company said in a statement.
The community also has a perimeter fence and a 24-hour surveillance camera to ensure safety of future homeowners. It also features 12 meter-wide main roads, 10 meter-wide secondary roads, while others are 6.5 meters wide.
Pueblo de Oro is a collection of three private and gated villages, La Aldea Fernandina; Park Place; and Horizon Residences.
PDO is the property arm of Investment & Capital Corporation of the Philippines (ICCP). It has been developing mixed-use residential projects for over 20 years. Aside from the community in Pampanga, it also has communities in Cagayan de Oro, Mactan Island in Cebu, and in Santo Tomas and Malavar in Batangas. — Vincent Mariel P. Galang