DMCI Homes eyes more condo projects in Metro Manila and Davao

February 12, 2018

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Actual shot of the façade of the Anahaw building of DMCI Homes’ Ivory Wood development in Acacia Estates, Taguig. The building marked RFO status in January 2018.

True to its commitment of delivering quality projects, DMCI Homes is set to turnover 11 residential condominium buildings in 2018—two of which will be ready for occupancy (RFO) a year earlier than scheduled.

The turnover of the 11 buildings will mark the completion of three ongoing residential condominium projects namely Brio Tower, Asteria Residences, and Mirea Residences.

Brio Tower, DMCI Homes’ initial development in Makati City is set for turnover in October, over a year ahead of its original RFO schedule of November 2019.

The last two buildings of Asteria Residences, a midrise development in San Pedro Street, San Antonio Valley 2, Barangay San Isidro, Sucat, Parañaque City, are also slated for turnover this year. The buildings will be made available to unit owners in March and June respectively.

On the other hand, the remaining four buildings of the eight-building mid-rise development Mirea Residences in Amang Rodriguez Avenue, Barangay Santolan, Pasig City are also set for turnover until September this year.

Also up for occupancy in 2018 is the seven-building mid-rise development Ivory Wood in Acacia Estates, Taguig with the early RFO of the first three buildings: Anahaw in January, Palmira in April, and Lauan in July.

Meanwhile, Lumiere Residences’ West tower is set for RFO status middle of 2018, a year earlier than its June 2019 original turnover schedule.

The country’s first Quadruple A developer last year turned over more than 15 buildings ahead of schedule despite concerns on industry delays.

"More than having consistent strong sales, we pride ourselves on always striving to exceed the expectations of our clients. This includes the delivery of their units ahead of schedule most of the time,” DMCI Homes President Alfredo R. Austria said.

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