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Damosa’s Diamond Tower Readies for Locators
The Diamond Tower of Damosa Land Inc. (DLI) is now accommodating locators.
Ricardo “Cary” Lagdameo, first vice president of DLI, said the 17-storey Diamond Tower is now over 92 percent complete and ready to accept tenants starting this year.
“We will complete the construction by next month but we are able to accommodate locaters as early as now,” Lagdameo said via Messenger.
He said they are looking for financial services companies, BPO’s, flexible work spaces, and traditional offices as locators.
Lagdameo also announced recently on social media that DLI has hoisted up the final glass (low emission-eco-friendly) panel for Damosa Diamond Tower. Although the company will be completing the project at what is probably the toughest time for the industry, Damosa Land will be ready for investors when they look to Davao to expand.
When completed, the building is looking at housing around 50 locators including the corporate offices of the Anflocor Group and DLI, expansive co-working spaces like Regus, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) and Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) companies.
To comment the expected rise of economic activity, DLI will also construct a car park building in the Damosa IT Park that will hold about 350 vehicles and is set to be fully operational later this year.
The tower, which has a land area of 2,200 square meters and a building footprint of around 1,800 square meters, is expected to bolster Davao City’s growing office space needs as more investments are now leading to the south.
DLI also commits to provide a more sustainable option to business as the tower promotes the use of renewable energy and will give its locators access to alternative power sources and proof are the custom-made exterior fins that are installed to help divert heat, environmentally-sound features that include LED lighting and eco-friendly insulation to prevent air gaps and stop drafts.
Written by: Maya Padillo
Published In: Edge Davao Newspaper