CLARK FREEPORT -- The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) has signed for a P30-million tourism-related venture inside the Freeport, involving an entertainment and dining complex.
The project will be put up along the boundaries of Ninoy Aquino Ave. and E. Quirino Streets near the Parade Grounds here.
CDC president Felipe Antonio Remollo signed the venture with Pax Americana Food and Leisure chair Carlos Basilio, who also owns the former SAX Jazz Bar in Angeles City and partner of Gazebo Grille in Clark.
The proponent, dubbed as “The Station”, will be the first of its kind in Clark, and will have a true unique Pax Americana architectural approach, Remollo said.
The dining complex is expected to serve various American dishes that Clark was known for.
Basilio said “The Station” will also feature concept stores, specialty restaurants, and coffee shops with a regular live jazz bar.
It will employ about 20 workers in its first year and will add another 10 in the next three years.