DMCI eyes sales of ₧12.4B from new project in Makati

DMCI Homes has set its sights on P12.4 billion in sales from its second premium brand called Fortis Residences in Makati.

Alfredo Austria, the company’s president, said the project, which will have a 37-storey residential condominium, will be the second under its premium brand, DMCI Homes Exclusive.

“We are very confident this project will give better value for money for buyers,” Austria said during the media launch of the project.

The upscale mixed-use development will rise along Chino Roces Avenue and will be part of the local government unit-initiated special mixed-use zone, called the Makati Southwest Gateway. It will have 480 units initially launched for sale to the public.

Focused within the zone are infrastructure functionality, walkability and provision for greeneries.

The project will have a price of P250,000 per square meter, which Austria said was still cheaper than its counterparts in the area that offer as much as P300,000 per square meter.

Fortis Residences will include a residential tower with amenities tailored for the needs of buyers’ shifting lifestyle priorities. A mixed-use building featuring office and commercial spaces, the One Fortis Plaza, will also be built adjacent to the property.

The company said upgraded finishes will be noticeable, and each unit will come with essential appliances, including split-type air-conditioning units, cabinets, rangehood, water heater and digital lockets.

Dwellers can get productive right at home while enjoying the comforts of a luxury vacation every day with the property’s built-in commercial-grade internet service and hotel-like concierge.

On top of concierge services, DMCI Homes Exclusive clients will also have a dedicated customer care support team on top of its mobile application with built-in intercom feature, among other features.

The property will have DMCI’s technology that enables natural light and fresh air to surround the units, and a full water-recycling facility, capable of collecting and treating wastewater, making it fit for general use, landscape irrigation and maintenance of amenities.

Other amenities include electric vehicle charging, use of LED lights, RFID security system, controlled elevator access, digital locksets for all units and 24/7 security service, among others.

Fortis Residences is DMCI Homes’ second project under premium brand DMCI Homes’ Exclusive after Oak Harbor Residences, a residential condominium in Asiaworld City in Parañaque.


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