Seawind A Masterpiece on Davao’s Landscape
Seawind – A Masterpiece on Davao’s Landscape. STEPPING into the showroom of Seawind is like taking a walk down memory lane. The old photographs and articles narrating the business history of the Anflocor Group of Companies are posted on the walls of the
With each step inside, one is brought from the past up to the present time, and once the visitor reaches the inner portion of the showroom there lie the scale model and the model units of Seawind, the medium-rise condominium project of homegrown developer Damosa Land Inc. (DLI). DLI, the real property arm of the Floirendo-owned Anflocor Group of Companies,opened the showroom and a customer lounge to give clienteles a glimpse of Seawind,the latest of the firm’s development in Davao City with a touch of class.
Following Anflocor’s long-time reputation of offering and building excellent products, Seawind is envisioned to provide residents with quality living in an urban setting.
DLI vice president Ricardo “Cary” F. Lagdameo said they are investing over P2billion for Seawind, which sits on a 2.7-hectare lot in Barangay Sasa, Buhangin District.
Seawind is a project with a residential and commercial component and is composed of six buildings. The first three buildings will have 165 units each while the next three will have 192 units apiece. The turnover
of the first building will be in December of 2016.
During the blessing of the showroom and customer lounge very recently, Lagdameo was happy to announce that the first two towers of the mixed-use development have been sold out.
Damosa Land is now in the process of acquiring buildings permits,and Lagdameo said they hope to start the vertical works in the next few months.
“We’ve already started the land preparation, but right now we’re in the process of obtaining our building permits,” says Lagdameo. “So once we get them, we’ll start building the first tower immediately.”
The location of Seawind is very ideal. It is just near the major commercial and business developments and the Davao International Airport. The place just also a walking distance from the Samal Island ferry. “The property is elevated from
the highway, to have a clear view of the Samal Island. Plus the way we develop, or the way we’re planning for the whole project. It will have open space and size of the pool very generous,” Lagdameo said.
“It’s very conducive for families,”he added of Seawind, whose amenities include a basketball court and a clubhouse.
Seawind will have three kinds of units, with 90 percent of the project devoted to a two-bedroom unit that has a living space of 36.88 square meters and to be sold initially at P1.6 Million.
Five percent will be three-bedroom units at 72 square meters and sold roughly at P3 million and the remaining portion will have two level units with 67 to 68 square meters each level with a floor area of 37.12 square meters.
DLI will also construct a new commercial strip in front of the development. The commercial complex will house fast food restaurants, a convenience store and function rooms.
Lagdameo said being homegrown is always an advantage.“But, there’s always the flip side to that,” he quickly adds. “You always have to constantly deliver an excellent product, and if you don’t hit that then people will start comparing you with other developers.”
In Seawind, Damosa Land Inc. is building one excellent project that will change the landscape in Sasa and transform the place into the next growth area in Davao City.