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Cebu’s Changing Landscape


With the development of the South Road Properties – Cebu’s future ‘it’ address – in full swing, there is no doubt that Cebu is also changing at a very rapid rate. All over the metro, high-rises are being erected, old buildings are being demolished to make way for new ones, and roads are being widened to accommodate more traffic.

Pretty soon, we’ll be seeing Cebu’s tallest building (Horizons 101) add beauty to the ever-changing skyline of the metropolis. The Cebuanos will also soon see the opening of Ayala’s second phase, the opening of SM Seaside City (dubbed the 4th biggest mall in the world,) the construction of a third bridge, and the completion of the revitalization of the whole downtown Cebu. With the BRT project hopefully being put in place in two years, Cebu will have its own mass transport not seen elsewhere in the country. And with the completion of the second phase of the Mactan-Cebu International Airport, Cebu will soon accommodate more visitors, investors, and other curious onlookers that we could all ever hope for.

I ¬†therefore think that it is important to document this significant period in Cebu’s history. Years from now, when things are in place and the Cebuanos are enjoying the fruits of hardwork, community, and passion, we shall look back and see how every single Cebuano has helped change Cebu’s Landscape.

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Cebu’s awesome March 2013 skyline

South Road Properties – road to Talisay City

Gorgeous looking main road at the SRP

FilInvest’s Citta di Mare looking great

Another shot of FilInvest’s project

The skyline of Metro Cebu as seen from the SRP’s boardwalk

Cebu’s most recognizable tower – the Crown Regency Hotel tower

More and more highrises in Metro Cebu

The SRP Viaduct and the Radisson Blue Building at the North Reclamation Area

SM SRP’s numerous t-cranes in action

The San Pedro Calungsod Chapel at the SM lot with a view of the mountains of Guadalupe

The Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod

Road to city center

The giants of Metro Cebu. Awesome!

What do you think of the recent developments in Cebu? Let us know!

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14 responses to “Cebu’s Changing Landscape

  1. Nonoy March 4, 2013 at 4:39 pm

    Pagka-anindot na gyod sa Sugbo. Nagpusot-pusot ang mga kalambu-an nga dako ug tag-as pa gyod – matagbaw gyod tag tan-aw; dagko nga edipisyo sama sa SM ug taas nga edipisyo sama sa umaabot nga Horizon tower. Payter!

  2. Leo March 5, 2013 at 11:02 pm

    I think the mountain seen at the distance serving as a backdrop to the first photo of the Chapel is the Monterrazas subdivision in Guadalupe. Even when you take the photo perpendicular to the chapel itself with your back against the sea, you wont still be able to see the mountain of Pardo unless you adjust ur camera for a wide-angle shot. Just for the knowledge of everyone.:-)

  3. PNL March 6, 2013 at 4:23 am

    nice development in cebu..

  4. inday myrna March 9, 2013 at 9:39 pm

    Beautiful! Rock on Cebu…

  5. Cebu Resorts March 13, 2013 at 9:40 am

    gorgeous city of cebu,..i must say it is well-developed..

  6. edward vowell March 16, 2013 at 1:00 am

    I was there a year ago and the place is already beautiful ,It’s more beautiful today than yesterday.
    indeed gorgeous city…

  7. Mark Lewis March 18, 2013 at 5:59 pm

    Very nice! I will be back in Cebu in just a few days. It’s very pleasant there… I hope it never becomes too crowded or over developed.

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  9. jeyof July 8, 2013 at 8:41 pm

    kanindot na sa cebu

  10. bobnirene June 14, 2014 at 1:30 pm

    Thank you so much for this!!..Ive been wanting to go back home to Cebu sooonnn!!!..

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