DMCI launches Fairview project in Neo-Asian style

January 9, 2010 (The Philippine Star)

MANILA, Philippines - In early 2010, renowned property developer DMCI Homes will launch the Fairview Project, a mid-rise condominium located right across a popular mall in Fairview. The project is slated to become a comfortable living space that offers exceptional amenities and home environments. The project is also near schools, business districts and churches in the Lagro and Novaliches areas.

The prime location allows the Fairview Project access through various routes, so getting to where you have to be needn’t be a problem. By 2013, Fairview will be more accessible than ever due to the expected completion of MRT 7, the transit line of which will pass through Regalado Highway and Quirino Highway, and will end at San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan. This development will make the Fairview Project the gateway to Northern Metro Manila.

DMCI Homes’ Fairview Project will be comprised of 500 quality units, designed with the needs of different lifestyles in mind. The architecture will be uniquely Neo-Asian, described as the modern interpretation of traditional Asian elements. The aesthetics will extend to the greens and outdoor components of the property. This is a distinct design in Fairview, as no other residential development features this type of architecture. It will definitely stand out in the Quezon City landscape.

Because it’s a DMCI Homes endeavor, the upcoming Fairview Project already assures buyers of high-quality homes. As the builder of the country’s numerous landmarks, DMCI Homes’ 55-year construction heritage speaks of unparalleled commitment. The Fairview Project will undoubtedly be a good investment. Buyers will enjoy fast real estate value appreciation because of excellent maintenance by the property management team. And because of its good location, buyers can also lease their units out.

The Fairview Project will be offering bigger condo unit sizes: two-bedroom and three-bedroom units ranging from 50 to 65 square meters. This is a far cry from what the competition offers, which averages 31 square meters. Future residents can expect better building features like landscaped atriums with natural lighting and ventilation, single-loaded corridors and balconies in all units.

Future unit owners of the Fairview Project will be guaranteed maximum living space, as the structure only has a density of about 250 units per hectare, half that of the competitor average. As with other DMCI Homes projects, different payment schemes will allow owners the utmost convenience and ease.

DMCI Homes is the country’s premier triple-A builder-developer that brings serviced, themed communities within reach of urban families who once had limited residential options, but still aspire to achieve a comfortable, enriching quality of life proximate to their place of work.

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