The landmark is expected to generate around 250,000 employment opportunities, in several segments. Around half will be allotted to the BPO sector, but there are also jobs from the retail and transport sectors. Malls, shops, and even a hotel will rise along with schools, event venues, and other facilities.
The residential section of Capital Town will be served by amenities such as the Rainwater Park, which seeks to preserve nature within the busy conclave. Capital Town will be at least 25% open space. Pocket gardens and other similar amenities will be scattered around to serve as a breather from the city lifestyle. These green spaces will also house the road network, connecting the township to the Olongapo-Gapan Road (Jose Abad Santos Avenue). The 30-meter San Fernando Boulevard will serve as the main road, serving the busy township.
One of the highlights of the township is its connection with the traditional Kapampangan heritage. Architecture will take the shape of post-colonial structures, merged with art deco and neoclassical forms. This evokes the history of row houses that once stood in this area. Design elements from the Pasudeco Sugar Mill will also be used, along with some artifacts belonging to the sugar central. These artifacts will be housed in the proposed heritage museum, integrated within the mall. The area will also be adorned with monuments of significant Kapampangans.
Museum and Mall
With its adaptive reuse of PASUDECO's historical artifacts, Capital Town will have a museum, fountains and tribute statues of those who established PASUDECO.
Capital Town will have its own cyberpark, which will provide Business Process Outsourcing opportunities (BPO) in the province and its neighboring areas. It will also have wide arrays of retail spaces, commercial establishments and its signature shophouse district area, in support of the Kapampangan's entrepreneurial spirit.
While it touches base with the past, the Capital Town is looking forward to be a major Central Business District within a decade. To this end, the infrastructure being used is reminiscent of other Megaworld CBDs. It aims to be both a center where homegrown businessmen can showcase their enterprises along with clients from across the world, as well as a place where arts and culture can be preserved and propagated.
The unique, multi-use township is the first of its kind in the north-central part of Luzon, and is well under way.
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