A beach front titled residential-commercial condominium hotel type environment which can be converted to a commercial/hotel through the Property Management Corp owned by FSB Land Holdings, with a total of more or less 150 rooms.
Phase 1 – An Eight (8) Titled Four-Storey Residential CondominiumBuilding Properties with roof deck with eight (8) Fully Furnished Units in a building.
Phase 2 – A Seven-storey Building with Sixteen (16) One-Bedroom Fully Furnished Units Per Floor
Boracay Island has, since time immemorial always been one, if not THE world’s best beach. It may be a very boastful claim, but for the visitors, both local and foreign alike who has been here swear to this. Its’ “ultra” powdery white sand and crystal clear waters and perfect tropical climate, coupled with the friendly local inhabitants is unrivaled by any other beach in the world. These visitors, numbering around a few hundred in the early part of the 70’s have tried to keep this little paradise hidden from the rest of the world, but as we all know, nothing as beautiful or as majestic can be kept hidden for so long. Only recently has this island seen its true potential being tapped. Fast forward to the present, with more than a million visitors per year average and increasing rapidly, Boracay has consistently been recognized as one of the world’s best island getaways by numerous prestigious periodicals including Travel + Leisure magazine, starting in 2011. Boracay was also voted as the number 1 Hotel Spa in Asia for three years in a row. Boracay again was voted the best Asian Beach Destination in TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice Awards for the last four years, and for 2016, named the Top Island Destination of the World by the prestigious Condé Nast Traveler, besting Palawan, Philippines (#2), Phuket, Thailand and Cebu, Philippines (#5). In the previous year, it was number 15 in the world.
Because of this, Boracay has developed into the number one tourist destination in the country, becoming the number one catalyst of economic growth in the country’s burgeoning tourism industry. This became a beacon of light that is bringing major investments from the captains of industries to this small island in the southwestern part of the archipelago.