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Central Business Districts

Santiago City has the widest and most well-kept business district in Cagayan Valley. Its public market of more than 6 hectares is one of the biggest distribution centers in the Philippines. In terms of cleared checks at the clearinghouse, the volume of transactions in the city is among the top five in the country. At present, there are about 5,100 registered business establishments in the city while new business permits have been issued to investors from as far as Manila. The city has 35 banks, the most-numbered in the region. The Santiago City Government has installed more than 50 closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras in strategic areas to monitor public safety and traffic flow in the city. Also, the installations of sodium-vapor streetlights were made to illuminate the roads and prevent accidents (e.g. vehicular accidents) and help lessen the crime rate or the proliferation of criminals especially at night.

1. Pan-Philippine Highway (Maharlika Highway) - the main Central Business District of the city, where midrise buildings used for commercial establishments such as banks, hotels, educational institutions, among others are found. This stretches from Sinsayon to Batal.

2. Lino C. Barrera and Panganiban Streets - dubbed as the old downtown of Santiago. These streets are the arterial roads for the Old Public Market distinguished by the Skylight roofing system and organized gate entrances.

3. Camacam Road (Provincial Road) - where the New Public Market is found distinguished by the modern three-level Arcades 1 and 2. This road leads to the cemeteries and Balintocatoc Hills where an Eco-Tourism Area is being developed.

4. City Road (R.C. Miranda Boulevard) - parallels the Maharlika Highway. Banking institutions, car and motorcycle showrooms, hospitals, hotels, and places of worships thrive here. This stretches from Dubinan East to Calao East.

5. Mabini Circle - this area is considered the shopping and entertainment district of the city. Car companies, shopping malls (i.e. M1 Mall, Robinson's Place Santiago), and nightclubs are found here.

6. Alvarez Boulevard (Fourlanes) - where the multi-million Integrated Transport Terminal and Commercial Complex is found. Satellite and regional offices of government agencies are concentrated here. Different establishments can likewise be found here such as the Xentro Mall and SM Savemore Market. This road also leads to Camella Isabela and the area where the city airport terminal is set to be built.

7. Patul Road - where different service-oriented establishments and numerous housing subdivisions are located. Gasoline stations, restaurants, as well as a hospital are found here.

8. Santiago - Tuguegarao Road - stretches from San Andres to Rizal. Gas stations, hotels (i.e. Charina's, Monte Carlo, Diocitas, Gatioan), places of worship, mini market, and recreation centers are located here.


List of Banks

List of Gas Stations


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