Disposal of LCP Properties


By Unknown
May 20, 2014


Reference No. (2014-05-004)
 
MEMORANDUM
 
TO : THE HONORABLE CITY MAYORS
   
FROM : MAYOR HERBERT M. BAUTISTA
  National President
   
  MAYOR DEL R. DE GUZMAN
  Secretary General
   
RE : Disposal of LCP Properties
   
DATE: May 20, 2014

 


 

The League of Cities of the Philippine shall be disposing properties (office spaces) located at Units 1209 and 1215, Cityland 10 Tower 2 along H.V. Dela Costa cor. Valero St., Makati City. The following basic details include:

Floor Area:
Unit 1209 - 91.25 square meters
Unit 1215 - 20.94 square meters

Interested parties may contact Mary Joy S.J. Payumo and/or Ray T. Paduano at mobile phone numbers 0939 7714677 and 0915 7500713 or at telephone number (02) 470 6837

Thank you and best regards.

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