A Flair for modern living

The Philippine Star - March 12, 2011

MANILA, Philippines - Carl, a luxury car sales manager, and Issa, a children’s book writer, are looking for a home in the Makati-Mandaluyong-Ortigas area that is near the major business districts. At this point in their lives, the young couple realized that it is time to find a home where they can fulfill both personal and career goals while enjoying the perks of urban living.

They seek ample space where they can come home to and enjoy a well-deserved respite. It has to be strategically located near commercial spots where they can meet with friends and relatives, loosen up and unwind. All these ideals are taken to heart by the country’s leading residential resort developer, DMCI Homes, through its latest project, Flair Towers. Located only a few meters from EDSA corner Reliance Street in Mandaluyong City, Flair Towers is a two-tower, high-rise residential condominium that is set to redefine the standards of modern in-city living.

As such, the Flair Towers was designed specifically for the needs and living requirements of its residents. As their primary address, their home at Flair Towers will serve as a sanctuary within the city that will provide them easier access to their offices in the nearby business districts of Ortigas, Makati, and Bonifacio Global City, as well as the leisure and recreational destinations in the area.

The development will likewise be a viable property or investment opportunity for the families of OFWs, presenting attractive benefits as proven by the buyers from the same segment in other DMCI Homes developments. Buyers can choose from an enticing mix of unit options designed with flexible and efficient space, first-rate finishes and quality craftsmanship: one-bedroom, two-bedroom, or three-bedroom unit, at a price that suits their status.

Situated atop 1.4 hectares of prime property, approximately one hectare of land area is allotted for the shared amenities that residents can enjoy at Flair Towers. True to the developer’s reputation, another innovation is incorporated into the development as a first for any DMCI Homes development: Flair Towers’ tropical resort design which offers two amenity zones: the active play zone and the pool zone.

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

Sky Lounges and landscaped roof decks per tower take full advantage of the project’s prime location, as the perfect place to enjoy the city skyline. Another real treat for the residents will be the balconies in all units for them to enjoy the stunning amenity views that beckon below.

The signature Lumiventt design technology will treat residents to an invigorating daily living experience, through a unique building concept that allows the maximum entry of natural light (lumen) and air (ventus) throughout common areas and the residents’ individual units. This building design includes 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. For the outdoor feel to flow even inside the building, the sky patios and central atriums are appointed with abundant landscaping and water features that provide not only fresh air but also an aesthetic relief.

All these distinct features are designed to foster family bonding and encourage a harmonious community lifestyle, through a genuine resort and country-club feel permeating around the development.

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 interest.

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