Newport City, Philippines

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Newport City is a 25-hectare area set next to the Villamor golf course[1] and Terminal 3 of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA)[2][3] in Metro Manila, Philippines. It was developed by Megaworld Corporation[4] under its subsidiary Megaworld Newport Property Holdings, Inc. and houses Resorts World Manila.

Master Plan[edit]

Newport City Mall atrium in Pasay, Philippines

It combines a residential block, hotels including Marriott and Maxims,[5] a themed entertainment and commercial hub,[6] a cyberpark and an institutional center.

Residentials[7][edit]

  • Residential Resort (Montecito, Sarasota, Pinecrest)
  • Parkside Villas
  • Palmtree One and Palmtree Two
  • 150 Newport Boulevard
  • 81 Newport Boulevard
  • 101 Newport Boulevard

Environmental Issues[edit]

Only 40 percent of the low-density enclave was set aside for buildings. The rest of the area is dedicated for parks and landscaped gardens.[3]

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