DMCI bares 7 condominium projects
January 11, 2012, 3:02am
MANILA, Philippines — DMCI Homes, the property development unit of DMCI Holdings, announced Tuesday at least seven new residential condominium projects that will be unveiled in 2012, investing up to P18 billion or around 6,088 units of fresh inventory in the burgeoning local mid-income property market.
These new projects – located in key, strategic areas within Metro Manila – are in line with the developer's unique proposition of providing top-quality condominium homes to young families. Such developments continue to live up to the company's reputation for pioneering genuine resort-inspired residential condominium communities.
Additionally, compared to entry-level studio units mostly comprising the mid-income segment, DMCI Homes offers more spacious options such as two-bedroom units, which are considered its standard or most popular offering among buyers.
The projects will be a mix of mid- to high-rise vertical community developments. These include: Zinnia Towers, located along a prime property along North EDSA, Quezon City; One Castilla Place in Valencia, Quezon City; a high-rise development in another prime Quezon City location along A. Bonifacio Street; Verawood Residences in Acacia Estates, Taguig; Torre de Manila a high-rise development in Taft Avenue in Ermita, Manila and Serissa Residences, a medium-rise community along Alabang-Zapote Road in Las Piñas.
DMCI Homes is a company of innovative builders and engineering experts that develop modern-day living solutions for urban families. Each of its developments is built with world-standard craftsmanship borne from D.M. Consunji Inc.'s almost 60 years of experience in the construction and development industry.
"We at DMCI Homes continuously offer our customers the highest level of expertise and strict adherence to global standards," states Alfred R. Austria, DMCI Homes president.
"Our corporate philosophy is anchored on a deep understanding that buying a home is more about investing in a better way of living," he adds.