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DMCI Homes acquires prime Parañaque property from Pascual family

The Philippine Star
Updated September 03, 2011 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines - To be at the top of its game, property firm DMCI Homes knows where it wants to go and where to build next. The company puts premium on site hunting that is, all the properties to be acquired should fall under its discerning taste and pass its rigid technical requirements. The site should be sound for construction not along fault lines, not flood-prone. The structure to be built should also be earthquake-sound.

These requirements are embodied in its newest offering in barangay Sto. Niño, Parañaque City. This development is an exclusive, gated mid-rise condo complex that will be home to about 11 buildings with 1,299 residential units and 932 parking slots.

According to Rey C. Salazar, DMCI Homes director for business development, the newly acquired property used to be owned by the Pascual family and reclassified as Commercial 3 in zoning. The site, formerly used as salt beds and a fishpond, has undergone soil test and passed the requirements of its technical team.

Targeting people occupying middle to top-management positions in reputable companies in the metro makes it a safe haven for all its future residents.

These are families looking for an ideal home in Parañaque, where they have been familiarized already, that is accessible to everything significant to their needs. They aspire to achieve a balance between work and home life. They are looking for a new home where their kids can grow up comfortably and have the same enjoyable childhood as they had. They love to spend time with their kids and try their best to have an open relationship with them. These people may already have a primary house, needing upgrade or are still renting.

The gated complex offers a good unit mix of two-bedroom units perfect for young start-up families. The two-bedroom cuts are pegged at 42 to 58 square meters perfect for decent living and recreational spaces.

As a primary consideration, the project offers accessibility to its future residents. Located on JP Rizal St., its close proximity to the NAIA terminals gives efficient time management for frequent travelers.

For the shopping addicts, mall lovers, and party goers, SM Mall of Asia, Newport City and Aseana Business Park are the places to go anytime they want to. Soon, the neighboring Asia World City will be home to the PAGCOR Entertainment City. The Bagong Nayong Pilipino is also a good getaway choice for families and urban dwellers who need some cultural recreational activity.

The project is set to redefine modern comfort amid the hustle and bustle of cityscape. As such, it will be furnished with all the trappings of a true Asian tropical resort.

For its façade, it will be draped by earth-toned colors to provide a soothing and relaxing feeling for the urban dwellers. The buildings will have high-pitched cable roofs, horizontal lines (trellises) and long overhung roofs not only meant for aesthetic appeal but also to provide shade during hot days.

Inside the sprawling property are equally sophisticated amenities that complement the lifestyle of its future residents. A top-class clubhouse will feature a gym, convenience store, laundry, and water stations for its residents’ various needs. Its upper ground floor will be devoted to an open lounge area for unit owners who just want to relax or play in the game area. The second floor features a function hall complete with a bar and kitchen, and an audiovisual room for meetings and other private functions.

The clubhouse complex, which epitomizes true resort living with complements of verdant landscaping, shall likewise house a lap pool, a kiddie pool, sunning decks, garden trails, and an integrated multi-level play system.

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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