Pier 88 is a 3-phase Port / Commercial development project located in the municipality of Liloan, developed by the Topline Group of Companies. Spanning a land area of approximately 3 hectares, this project is expected to bring enhanced connectivity and mobility serving as a marine highway linking Liloan to the rest of the island of Cebu.
(L-R) B/GEN. Charito B. Plaza MNSA, Ph.D – Director General Philippine Economic Zone Authority; Commissioner Mike Lopez – Cebu Port Authority; Hon. Ma. Esperanza Christina Frasco – Liloan , Cebu – Mayor; Hon. Sara Duterte – Carpio – Mayor – Davao City; Hon. Gwen Garcia – Governor – Province of Cebu; Cong. Vincent Franco “Duke” Frasco – Congressman District Representative Cebu, 5th District. (Not in photos) Kyle Gregory Uy – Pier 88 Ventures Inc. Vice President and Chief Operations Officer (COO); Jose Gabino Dimayuga – Executive Vice President – Development Bank of the Philippines; Eugene Erik Lapasaran – Lim – Pier 88 and Topline Group of Companies President and CEO; Brigitte Carmel Lim- Mueller – Vice President of Operations – Topline Group of Companies
Pier 88, in partnership with the Municipality of Liloan, Viking Land, FL International, and Topline Group of Companies, features a mixed-use development offering commercial spaces for lease. Slated to be fully operational in mid 2023, It will also house restaurants offering al fresco dining with the added attraction of a sea front vista, affording diners a scenic view with the gentle ocean breeze. Pier 88’s purpose is two-pronged – as a faster alternative route for commuters, as well as an economic gateway for Northern Cebu.
Keynote Speaker Davao City Mayor Hon. Sara Duterte Carpio
In addition, the new Topline Seabus, a modern passenger vessel that can accommodate approximately 150 passengers, and equipped with state-of-the art engines, will be launched on October 2021, and will be serving this new marine route of Liloan, Cebu-Mactan, Cebu and vice versa, making it convenient to travel to and from mainland Cebu.
Trips from Liloan to Cebu City and Mactan Island, and vice-versa, will soon be cut short from the usual 2 hours to only 30-45 minutes. Convenient and traffic-free commute will soon be available to the residents, businesses and visitors of Liloan with Pier 88.