Parañaque to build city hall satellite office
A three-tower building in the sprawling Entertainment City in Barangay Tambo will soon host the satellite office of Parañaque City Hall.
Mayor Edwin Olivarez, Rep. Eric Olivarez, and Vice Mayor Rico Golez broke ground Wednesday for the mixed-use development.
The construction project will be spearheaded by property developer Anchor Land under a public-private partnership.
Located between the Parañaque Integrated Terminal Exchange and Coastal Mall in Tambo, the towers will also feature commercial and office spaces, and a bedspacing facility.
Olivarez said the construction of the satellite office for city hall was aimed at bringing government services closer to the people.
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