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Paga Hill Estate, the future of Port Moresby

Artistic Expression of  Paga Hill development that will transform Port Moresby city
Papua New Guinea's Capital, Port Moresby is transforming to a modern quickly. Boosted by economic boom and the government's  investment in the country's infrastructures development, Port Moresby  is seeing to be changing even faster than other Pacific cities. 
Kumuls flyover that connects, Port Moresby's Jackson International airport with Waigani city Center is one of the
infrastructures built by the  current O'Neill - Dion Government . 
 In addition to other development  such as Flyovers, Overhead bridges and roads in the the city, a  world-class master planned estate in the heart of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea is be undertaken by Paga Hill Development. This development will be called Paga Hill Estate. 
Artistic Expression of Paga Hill development
Paga Hill Estate will be the focal point of Port Moresby. Papua New Guinea’s first comprehensively planned multi-use development, enjoyed by residents and attracting thousands of visitors and tourists to the region.
Situated on 13.7 hectares of elevated waterfront land, Paga Hill is the most prominent headland in Port Moresby, neighbouring the CBD and approximately 12km from the international airport.
Paga Hill Estate will feature:
- Luxury five star and quality three star hotels managed by internationally recognised brands
- 800+ residential apartments
- Multi-use commercial precinct for cafes, restaurants, shops, medical, office space, and police beat
- Marina
- National cultural centre and restoration of WWII artefacts
The Paga Hill Estate development will benefit the local and national economy. Thousands of local jobs will be created during its development and ongoing operation. Local businesses will be engaged to provide services creating greater business opportunities for Papua New Guineans. Paga Hill Estate will provide a major boost to the local tourism industry by providing a world-class destination for tourists....

source: Paga Hill Development
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