AGREEMENT between Manly Plastics Inc. and the Anflo Industrial Estate are signed with Manly being represented by (from left) Valerie Co, vice for finance, Vic Co, vice president/treasurer, and Virgilio Co, president. At right is Ricardo F. Lagdameo, AIE first vice president. PR

Seawind tops off Tower 5

DAMOSA Land Inc. (DLI) noted that they are on track with the completion of their first vertical development, Seawind, in Sasa, Davao City.

On Wednesday, September 4, the company held a blessing for its Tower 4 and Topped of its Tower 5. Tower 4 was topped off in April 2019 with 229 units. Tower 5 has 214 unit and is set to be completed by May 2020.

Ricardo Lagdameo, first vice president of DLI, said the construction of the project is ahead of its schedule.

“It shows that we are sticking to our timetable, and of course, our commitment towards our customers. When we tell them that their units will be ready at a certain time, as much as possible, we try to stick to those deadlines,” Lagdameo said.

He said Tower 5 is two to three months ahead of its schedule in terms of completion.

“Even with the last tower, Tower 6, we’re also a few months ahead of schedule. Of course, what that means is that we can deliver our commitment to our buyers,” Lagdameo said.

The six-tower Seawind is targeted to be completed in 2020. Its buyers are composed of seasoned professionals, start-up families, and overseas Filipino workers.

Damosa Land has allocated only 25 percent of Seawind to building spaces, while 75 percent is dedicated to open living spaces such as the clubhouse, pocket parks and walkways.

The company said in a statement that Seawind will also have a commercial complex with a public transportation terminal that will conveniently provide the basic services, and items that the community needs.

Seawind started development in 2014 and was officially launched in August 2015.

Original Article Published in SunStar Davao on September 5, 2019

Written By: Reuel John Lumawag

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