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Bigfoot Entertainment Inc.
Bigfoot Entertainment has established at the SRP the first international movie studio in the Philippines. It entered into a long-term lease agreement with the City of Cebu for a two-hectare lot in 2008.
Phase 1 of the P billion-peso development has been completed. It consists of a quad shooting stage with complete support facilities – director and producer offices, star dressing rooms and suites, wardrobe rooms, hair and make-up, art department and camera and equipment rooms. The shooting stage has been fitted with a helipad.
The project's second phase will consist of construction of the fabrication and mill buildings where individual set elements or full film sets will be constructed. Bigfoot also plans to set up at the SRP its Executive Hotel, with 85 world-class, fully-serviced suites, a gym and spa, a cafe and business center. Bigfoot plans to fashion its SRP facilities into a destination evoking Hollywood's glitz and glamour with a host of classy restaurants, boutiques and sidewalk shops.
Bigfoot Entertainment is composed of Bigfoot Films, Bigfoot Studios and International Academy of Film and Television.
Filinvest Land Inc.
A joint-venture agreement has been signed between the City of Cebu and Filinvest Land, Inc. for the development of 50.6 hectares within the SRP. FLI is among the leading publicly listed real estate companies in the Philippines with P 131.6 billion in assets. Its portfolio includes the 244-hectare Filinvest Corporate City in Alabang, Muntinlupa, Festival Supermall, the regional shopping center in Southern Metro Manila, and Northgate Cyberzone, an I.T. park that hosts major international names.
International master planners and architects have been hired to draw up the plans for a world-class mixed-use and residential complex at the SRP which FLI foresees to enhance Cebu’s position as center of tourism, education and trade in the Visayas.
University of the Philippines
Visayas Cebu College
The University of the Philippines Visayas Cebu College (UPVCC) has accepted a donation by the City of Cebu of five hectares of prime property within the SRP.
The deed of donation commits UPVCC to set up facilities within the property in order that it can offer an evening program in business administration and continuing education in the English language. The program is intended to support a ballooning business process outsourcing industry in Cebu, and particularly to anticipate the establishment of contact centers and BPO companies on the estate.
Phase 1 of the project will be the construction of a Computer Science building. UPVCC-SRP Campus will offer MBA and computer science programs in Phase 1. Phase 2 and 3 will offer programs in Product Design and Communications Design.