DMCI Homes to roll off more condo projects in next 7 months
Malaya Business News Online
Published on Thursday, 13 September 2012 00:00
DMCI Homes said it would roll off new residential condominium projects in the next seven months to help bridge the gap in housing for the young, upper middle-income families.
DMCI Homes provides a number of options for middle-income earners with varied capacities and property needs.
Another project within Acacia Estates in Taguig City will be launched in the fourth quarter of 2012, comprising a total of 7 medium-rise buildings.
In Mandaluyong City, where its Flair Towers project is currently being constructed, another high-rise project will get the green light by fourth quarter of 2012.
In Pasig City, where the company developed projects like East Raya Gardens and Riverfront Residences, another mid-rise project is expected to be launched early 2013.
A new addition to its Quezon City portfolio, which already includes Zinnia Towers, The Amaryllis and One Castilla Place, will likewise be launched early next year.
DMCI Homes’ trademark resort-inspired developments are located in the metro’s strategic districts for residence, work, and lifestyle activities. Despite larger than usual unit size offerings, quality and generous amenities, many units in DMCI Homes projects fall within the government-mandated VAT-free ruling that makes owning condominium units accessible to even more middle-income earners.
These new projects will still feature DMCI Homes innovations in mid-rise and high-rise buildings. One such innovation is the Lumiventt technology in high-rises, which enables true cross-ventilation through openings that allow fresh air to flow in while stale air is blown out of the building.