DAMOSA Land Inc. (DLI) makes significant strides in property development as it reported three milestones on the progress of its township, residential and office projects in Mindanao.
As of July 2023, Ameria, its residential village within Agriya township in Panabo, Davao del Norte, has further inched up to the full occupancy level with 95.48 percent of its 177 units already sold.
DLI has just completed the first phase of a Clubhouse built on a 3,174-square-meter lot within this first premier high-end subdivision in the area. It includes new facilities, such as the main pavilion and open space decks for Ameria’s homeowners.
Agriya’s commercial area, likewise, opens diverse offerings, making the lives of residents more easy and convenient while attracting visitors to explore further this mixed-use development set to be launched next month.
On the other hand, the homegrown real estate and agro-industrial developer’s condominium project, Bridgeport Park, has already sold more than half of its inventory of 274 units amounting to P2.6 billion during the same period.
Now that the first concrete pouring is done, construction is officially underway. This residential tower is targeted for completion by 2025.
“By focusing on further enhancing our properties, we are prepared to meet the growing demand for both townships. Through these milestones, we can attract more potential homeowners and investors as we showcase the best of Davao through the modern agropolis in Agriya and the lifestyle of a seaside township in Bridgeport,” DLI President Ricardo Lagdameo said.
Meanwhile, its flexible office workspace Regus CDO Downtown Tower, in partnership with International Workplace Group, is 98 percent occupied at present. Seated on the top floor of SM CDO Downtown Tower in Cagayan De Oro City, the 1,136-square-meter center will give locals and visitors access to versatile spaces that can open growth opportunities for new businesses and bolster employee productivity for established entities.
“As we strive for further progress in Mindanao, it is essential that we maintain a strong social awareness of how we can better support our local communities. We are confident that this initiative will not only create more employment opportunities for the Mindanaons but also adapt to the evolving working conditions in the post-pandemic era,” Lagdameo said.