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DMCI Homes has acquired a new condominium project from its affiliate, DMC-Urban Property Developers Incorporated (DMC-UPDI).
Verdon Parc is a four-tower estate located at Ecoland Drive corner Peacock Street in southern Davao City. Spanning 2.9 hectares, the development will feature resort-style living infused with a modern tropical theme.
Occupying up to one hectare, the estate's amenities include three different types of pools, a covered court for badminton and basketball, a fitness gym, a playground, an interactive art and outdoor fitness park, a clubhouse with function rooms, a game area, gazebos and cabanas, trellised footpaths, and sky lounges at the top floors.
"The condominium's first residential building and core amenities are set to be completed next year while the second building will be launched around the first quarter of 2016," said Dennis Yap, project manager at DMCI. "In the following months, we will release new project details, as well as 3D renderings of Verdon Parc," added Yap.
Units are rendered in one- to three-bedroom cuts spanning 28.50 to 94.50 square meters. Select two- to three-bedrooms are equipped with balconies and private gardens.
Davao City is hailed as one of the safest cities in the country. "For professionals, young families, students, and entrepreneurs, Davao is the ideal place to pursue one's career and dreams," said Yap. "We are sure that Verdon Parc will become the place where they can find that much-needed 'calm and wellness' after a long day's work."