Avida Land, a property arm of Ayala Land will launch its first condominium project in Davao next month.
Avida’s target buyers are the middle-income earners.
Avida Towers Davao is another addition to the growing number of condominium projects in Davao. Read the rest of this entry »
Davao has fast becoming a spot of robust condominium development with the big names in the real estate industry are already establishing their presence in the city.
The latest is a Davao-based developer known as FTC Group of Companies that intends to build a high-rise and luxurious condominium building in Davao known as Aeon Towers.
The Aeon Towers will rise along Bajada just beside the Abreeza Mall and touted to be future of condominium living in Davao. Read the rest of this entry »
Abreeza Residences, Alveo Land’s first venture in Davao recently broke record as it enjoyed over 1.1 billion peso sales during a one-day priority selling event in Davao. Alveo is a real estate arm of Ayala Land.
Camella communities recently unveil the third tower of its condominium project in Davao City known as Camella Northpoint. The launching was very historic since this will be the first 10-storey condominium building in Davao City. The Camella Northpoint project is a British Colonial-themed, master-planned residential community.
The Phinma Property Holdings Corp., one of the leading developers in medium-cost condominiums is considering Davao City as their next area of investment outside Metro Manila. The company is set to break ground a new residential project in Davao City by early 2012.
It aims to replicate its success in other major cities in the Philippines as it enjoyed double profits compared with the previous year. It is also confident that the company will perform well this year. The property firm currently has 9,000 condominium units in Metro Manila and will be launching more projects this 2011. Read the rest of this entry »
There is another good way to own a property and live in Samal Island for a foreigner. Filinvest Land Inc., one of the leading real estate developers in the Philippines has unveiled its plan to construct a high-end condominium project in the Island Garden City of Samal. Once realized, the project will be the first ever condominium project in the Island and set to target foreign buyers.
Filinvest has already developed a residential beach community known as Kembali Coast in Samal. Kembali Coast is a Balinese-inspired residential project located in the 50-hectare property of Filinvest in Kaputian, Samal Island.
The condominium building will not be a usual urban-type condo and will be situated on the shore front area of Kembali Coast. The project will consist of three to five buildings and will be three stories high. The condominium project is expected to very exclusive since there will be only 12 units per building.
This latest condominium project is a result of the strong market demand from foreigners.
Filinvest revitalized the residential beach community in the Island Garden City of Samal as it transformed the 50-hectare land in Kaputian into a premier residential location known as Kembali Coast.
The word “Kembali” comes from Indonesian word meaning “I welcome you; I return my love to you”. This place will certainly welcomes you into a new way of residential living and greets you with refreshing amenities.
Kembali Coast Samal is a Balinese-inspired development project. It is just 25 minutes away from Davao City via speedboat and 10 minutes away from the famous Pearl Farm Beach Resort.
Kembali Coast Samal offers residential lots with an average lot size of 1,000 square meters each, view lots, ridge cliffs and beachfront lots. Facilities and amenities include optimist sailboats, wakeboard and water skis, hobie cats aqua sports, dive shop, guest pavilion and many more.
This master-planned residential project also features guest lounge, forest parks and campsites, swimming pool, sewage treatment facility and clubhouse as their additional features.
Kembali Coast Samal is a residential plus leisure development project and first of its kind in Samal.
Image courtesy of Filinvest website