DMCI Homes raises standards of in-city living with Flair Towers

Manila Bulletin - November 15, 2010

MANILA, Philippines – Living in the city has its charm that most urbanites cannot resist. A city address presents convenient options for access to everyday necessities, important places of work and leisure, plus the prestige that comes with residing in the city.

With the young modern family in mind, DMCI Homes is providing an option to the harried lifestyle of cosmopolitan dwellers. As a triple A builder-developer that brings serviced, themed communities within reach of urban families, the company is again introducing an innovative property development that is set to change the standards of in-city living.

Flair Towers is a two-tower high-rise residential condominium development located in Reliance corner Pines Streets in Mandaluyong City. Nicknamed as the “Tiger City of the Philippines” and located in the heart of Metro Manila, Mandaluyong City is an ideal location for businesses and residential developments alike. It is bordered on the west by the country’s capital, Manila; to the north by San Juan City, to the east by Quezon City and Pasig City; and by Makati City to the south. Being between the two biggest CBDs in the metropolis – Makati and Ortigas – Mandaluyong is a melting pot for businessmen and corporate individuals.

Standing on a 1.4-hectare prime property, approximately 75 percent of land area is allotted for amenities. This advantage presents another first for any DMCI Homes development:

Flair Towers’ tropical resort design offers two activity zones, the active play and pool zone.

The active play area will feature a full-size basketball court, jogging trails, a kiddie playground and several cabanas to cater to the active lifestyle of city dwellers. The pool zone, on the other hand, will feature a lounge pool, a lap pool and a kiddie pool, to allow the residents and their family to get together and relax.

DMCI Homes presents another pioneering concept in high-rise living. Aptly named the Lumiventt advantage, this architectural building design offers the city condo dwellers a unique glimpse of suburban living right within the metropolis.

A combination of several building design features that maximize the natural benefits of “light” (lumen) and air (ventus), the Lumiventt design technology allows light to enter and fresh air to freely circulate among common areas and even in the residents’ individual units.

Employing single-loaded corridors, three-story high sky patios at the front and back of each building, breezeways at the end of each floor and central atriums every five floors, this design technology allows the high-rise buildings to “breathe” and spares the residents from the restrictive effects of living in concrete surroundings.

It will be launched by DMCI within the last quarter this year.

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