Savannah turns 10

February 10, 2012 § Leave a comment


Celebrating 10 years of partnership with the people of Iloilo in their bid to fulfill their dream of owning a home, Savannah finished 2010 with a grand celebration of its 10th year in the region with the theme “Savannah 10 @ 2010: Bigger, Better and Stronger.” It defined in three words its continued commitment to provide unparalleled housing development in Iloilo.

The celebration featured various activities such as a city-wide motorcade, a thanksgiving mass, a program that showcased tribal dance numbers, and the unveiling of a beautifully-crafted photo mosaic that signaled the opening of an exhibit by local artists. It also featured the Savannah Night Bazaar, a food festival and some entertainment from top local bands and Backroom’s Laugh Out Loud comedians.

Indeed, time has flown by quickly and what began as a vision of a pioneering masterplanned community in the area has, in 10 years, grown into the grandest urban central in Western Visayas. Savannah, located across three barangays — Oton, Pavia and San Miguel — in Iloilo, has immediately emerged as the most sought after address of the region. This speaks volumes on the charm of the homes, the modern amenities, the elevated standard of living, and the sustained maintenance of the property.

Savannah’s sprawling 300-hectare development is inspired by the largest and most picturesque colonial city of the State of Georgia. Filled with the finest specimens of the architecture of the American South, this inspiration has been translated into the property’s four enclaves: Crest, Trails, Glades and Glen — each one offering a unique interpretation of the attractiveness and grandeur that characterize this opulent style of architecture but customizing it to suit the different lifestyles and varied needs of the diverse residents.

Complementing the Savannah lifestyle is a host of amenities such as a clubhouse, swimming pool, gym, day care center, its very own Georgia International Academy, lush parks and 24-hour security and CCTV cameras on all the four existing enclaves. The community is just 15 minutes away from the Iloilo airport and other key establishments in the area, making it truly a prime location that is accessible to all. Savannah’s accessibility will be further enhanced with the opening of new direct transport routes or shuttle services from the property to Molo Plaza, Jaro Plaza, Plaza Libertad and the People’s Terminal in Ungka Pavia.

Savannah is a development of Vista Land and Lifescapes Inc., one of the country’s largest home builder. Camella is one of Vista Land’s home developers with over 35 years of experience. For more information on Camella developments, visit



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