Seawind launch and a Hawaiian-themed party
DAMOSA Land Inc. (DLI) threw out a party to launch its Seawind development Saturday evening. Food was in abundance and drinks flowed as top executives of the Anflocor Group and DLI spent grand time with city government officials and guests in the Hawaiian-themed party held at the Damosa Car Park.
It was also the night when the homegrown developer formally welcomed its newest member of the family, ABS-CBN Star Magic talent Jodi Sta. Maria, the company’s new brand ambassador who flew all the way from Manila for the significant occasion.
World-class Filipino performers El Gamma Penumbra and Davao talents who recently won the World Championship of Performing Arts (WCOPA) entertained the host officials and guests during the special night.
It was indeed a big night for Damosa Land for Seawind is another quality residential project the company is building on a 2.7-hectare area in Barangay Sasa. The project seeks to target the young professionals, newly married couples, and those who aspire to move to a better place in an urban setting.
Only a quarter of the property will be developed, dedicating the rest of the area for road networks and amenities such as clubhouse and open spaces for leisurely activities. The project, which will include six buildings, three of which will have seven stories while the other three will have eight, is the first venture of Damosa Land into vertical developments.
Building Seawind underscores DLI’s confidence in Davao’s real estate market.
And, as DLI vice president Ricardo “Cary” Floirendo Lagdameo puts it, the growth in real estate development in Davao Region proves the region is now ready in real estate industry.
“I think we all know that Davao Region is the fastest growing region in the country today, the reason why we’re so bullish on Davao now,” says Lagdameo
“As a company, we see that there is still opportunity. Why do we have to flock in Manila or Cebu when Davao Region has so much to offer in terms of tourism, BPO, real estate and agriculture,” he adds.
Seawind is making good in sales for the company, or shall we say its units are selling like pancakes. It’s first two towers have already been sold out.
“When you think about property developers, trust is a big factor. It’s easy to build a building and anyone can make the same building today but if there’s no trust and sincerity, the efforts will go to nothing,” Lagdameo said.
Damosa Land recently opened the condominium project’s showroom and customer lounge at the Damosa Market Basket so clients can “walk” into a Seawind model unit, both in studio type or 2-bedroom configurations.
With Tower 3 being readied for launching, Damosa Land is being flooded with interested buyers as the units reserved are now up to half the total number of units.
Last Saturday’s affair marked another important event in the history of Anflocor Group and its real property arm Damosa Land Inc., the Floirendo-owned company that is rich with heritage and tradition, and known for excellence.