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East Raya Gardens News in Philippine Star 082810

East Raya Gardens ready for turnover

The Philippine Star
Updated August 28, 2010 12:00 AM

East Raya Gardens DMCI Pasig  Philstar Photo

East Raya Gardens
takes its cue from the famous resorts and vacation havens of Bali, Indonesia – mirroring an atmosphere of relaxed lifestyle that’s close to nature.

MANILA, Philippines - People looking into calling Pasig their permanent address can do so soon with DMCI Home’s East Raya Gardens, a Balinese-inspired medium-rise condominium community.

Backed with the developer’s more than 50 years of quality service in the field of construction and DMCI Homes’ legacy of building themed, residential resort developments, East Raya Gardens is being constructed ahead of schedule, with three of its seven buildings now ready for occupancy. The five-story Amanusa, Rama, and Senja buildings are slowly being occupied with young families and professionals — all of whom had been charmed by the Balinese resort atmosphere of this development.

East Raya Gardens takes its cue from the famous resorts and vacation havens of Bali, Indonesia, mirroring an atmosphere of relaxed lifestyle that’s close to nature. The magnificent gate, with its signature Bali roof opens to a 2.9-hectare enclave of charming homes surrounded by landscaped gardens and green spaces that is sure to make residents feel like living in a private and tranquil commune.

The said DMCI Homes project can be considered an investment-worthy option for families from Pasig and Cainta, Rizal who want to make an upgrade of their current lifestyle choices. They can choose from two-bedroom (56.5 and 64 sq.m.) and three-bedroom (88 sqm) residential units. All homes will have its own balcony and a service area located at the roof deck, where singles and families are sure to enjoy the community’s charming vista. Each building, designed with unique Balinese architecture, will feature a modern elevator, resort-themed receiving area, and landscaped atrium for natural light and ventilation at the upper ground floor, which is a trademark of DMCI Homes.

The buildings will also carry DMCI Homes’ unique single-loaded corridor layout. Residential units open not to an empty hallway, but an open corridor, which instantly diminishes the constricting feel associated in most condominium projects. And with prices ranging from only P2.25 million to P4 million, families earning modest income will delight at the idea of finally being able to move in their own space without worries of future financial snags.

Further stressing the resort lifestyle is a wide range of amenities that residents can enjoy. There are the notable architectural details of the pavilion-like clubhouse, Balinese gardens and water elements that offer the serenity of Bali resorts. The community also features swimming pools for adults and children, a playground, a basketball court, fitness gym, recreation and entertainment halls, and lounge areas. Wi-Fi access is capable at the clubhouse for those looking for a relaxing nook when doing work.

Aside from the first three buildings, soon to be turned over are Samaya in August and Lovina this December, while other buildings namely Banyan and Raja are expected to be ready for occupancy in February and April 2011, respectively. Future residents of the last three buildings should watch-out for their scenic elevator, while a landscaped amenity area (basketball court and playground area) will be available upon top out of Raja Building.

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