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    October 16, 2017Sheridan Towers

    Renowned travel photographer Elia Locardi leads first Fujifilm landscape photoshoot at DMCI Homes' Sheridan Towers

    DMCI Homes’ Sheridan Towers partnered recently with Fujifilm Philippines for a special landscape photography workshop led by world-renowned travel photographer and Fujifilm Global Ambassador Elia Locardi.

    Dubbed as Cityscape Live Shoot, the workshop is Fujifilm’s first landscape photoshoot held last October 8 at the roof deck of Sheridan Towers, a picture-perfect venue for the workshop as it offers mesmerizing view of its surroundings.

    Conveniently located in a strategic spot in Pasig City, the roof deck of the 41-level DMCI Homes property provides captivating landscapes of BGC, Ortigas, Makati City skyline as well as the awe-inspiring sight of the Laguna Lake, Mount Banahaw, Mount Makiling and Pasig River.  Sheridan Towers also offers a splendid view of sunrise and sunset.

    The event started with a short talk and valuable tips from Locardi, who expressed appreciation to Sheridan Towers, most especially on the roof deck amenity, saying, “This rooftop is made for people. It was made to enjoy the view.”

    Coming to Manila for the first time, Locardi, known for travelling places in search for the best shot of the area, observes that a lot of rooftops or decks are not particularly made for people to view the area surrounding it. He also admired the building’s engineering, offering a 360-degree view, complete with seating areas that are meant for residents to actually enjoy the sight

    “There isn’t really much attention given to creating a space where people can enjoy. A lot of rooftops in cities are just made to hold signs, billboards, or different things like that. It (Sheridan Towers’ roof deck) has an adequate railing, there’s not any glass in the way, so it’s an unobstructed view,” the American travel photographer said before some 30 workshop participants including hobbyists, enthusiasts and professional photographers.

    The weather was initially a challenge, but once the Live Shoot commenced, the sunset offered a perfect blue hour shot, much to the delight of both participants and ambassadors. With the view offered by Sheridan Towers, photos from the workshop came out splendid.

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    October 16, 2017Verdon Parc

    Amidst strong sales, DMCI Homes launches 3rd building of Verdon Parc in Davao City

    DMCI Homes, the country's first Quadruple A developer, has started selling the third building of its three-hectare Verdon Parc development in Davao City amidst the continuous sales success recorded by its first foray into the Mindanao property market.

    Verdon Parc's first two buildings, Martel and Belvedere, have been enjoying brisk sales prior to the start of the construction of the third building, Trevans, recently.

    DMCI Homes' modern tropical themed-development had sold 72 percent of the 866 total unit inventory of the first two buildings before the construction of the 20-storey Trevans building began late August.

    "Verdon Parc's continuous sales success after the turnover of Martel in January has come as a surprise for us since we are basically new in the Davao property market," said Jan Venturanza, DMCI Homes AVP for Marketing.

    "We, however, expect Verdon Parc's sales to continue to pick up as Davaoeños get to know DMCI Homes' brand of high quality, best value homes, and resort-inspired communities," he added.

    Verdon Parc, located along Ecoland Drive corner Peacock Street in Davao City, already welcomed its first batch of unit owners with the turnover of its only mid-rise building, Martel, in January this year. The 20-storey Belvedere, on the other hand, began construction in February 2016 and is set to be completed in March 2020.

    Last May, DMCI Homes also inaugurated Verdon Parc's clubhouse and some of the amenities that include swimming pools, entertainment and game rooms, play areas and leisure zones which are all designed to create a haven of relaxation and comfort for Davaoeños.

    Trevans' offerings include one-bedroom units which come at 28 square meters with prices starting at P2.5 million; and two-bedroom units which range from 51.50 to 76 square meters, with prices starting at P4.14 million.

    Once completed in February 2021, Trevans, like Belvedere and the planned fourth building, Maurin, will have sky lounges designed to provide a perfect setting for appreciating the scenic and serene surroundings of Davao City that include the exhilarating views of Samal Island and Mt. Apo.

    Verdon Parc also gives residents an excellent proximity to various commercial establishments including malls and markets as well as educational institutions, banks, places of worship, medical service providers and government agencies.

    The country's first real estate contractor to earn the Quadruple A license, DMCI Homes has been known for building quality resort-inspired communities in Mega Manila, Baguio City, Boracay and Davao City.  Built with world-standard craftsmanship borne from D.M. Consunji Inc.'s over 60 years of expertise in the construction and development industry, DMCI Homes continues to uphold its thrust of providing quality homes at best value on or ahead of time.

    For more information on Verdon Parc call (682) 2970447 and (682) 327-3438 in Davao and (632) 324-8888 in Manila or visit www.dmcihomes.com. News and other updates are also posted on the company's official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

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  • dmci homes cribs shelter
    October 09, 2017

    DMCI Homes partners with CRIBS Foundation on new shelter for children

    DMCI Homes has joined hands with CRIBS Foundation, Inc. in creating a new sanctuary for abandoned and abused children in Antipolo City.

    As part of its “Kaakbay” corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, DMCI Homes recently donated construction and finishing materials to be used for CRIBS’ new shelter in Antipolo City.

    CRIBS is an apostolate established to provide temporary care to dependent, neglected, abandoned and surrendered infants, and sexually abused girls.

    The non-government organization will relocate from its original home in 15 Major S. Dizon Street, Industrial Valley, Marikina City to C. Lawis Extension, Barangay San Luis, Antipolo City by yearend to give a safe and loving home environment for each child resident.

    The current CRIBS shelter sits on the Marikina fault which is among the reasons that forced the apostolate to consider a change in address according to Cristina Estrada, CRIBS Chairman of the Board.

    “Actually it’s not just an issue of earthquake but also an issue of flooding and fire. The one that precipitated us to look for another home was ‘Ondoy.’ The flood went through our doorstep. We also experienced a fire that engulfed twohouses before us,” related Estrada in an interview.

    “So we said it has to be a safe home for the babies. Second one is we realized our babies didn’t have fresh air and they didn’t know how the sky looked like at night. They could not see the moon. We’re happy that DMCI Homes is a part of this new shelter,” she added.

    The new CRIBS shelter in a 3,000 square meter-lot in Antipolo City will still feature two buildings and connecting offices, with one structure devoted to its “New Beginnings” program for sexually abused young girls.

    CRIBS will also still limit the number of child residents to maintain the quality of care given by the shelter. “Twenty-seven at most. We want to maintain the quality of care also. It’s hard to expand because the quality of care will suffer,” she said.

    Jan Venturanza, DMCI Homes AVP for Marketing, for his part, said DMCI Homes is privileged to be in partnership with CRIBS in bringing comfort to the child residents of the apostolate.

    “We at DMCI Homes are happy that in our own little way, we were able to contribute to this very noble cause,” he shared.

    Kaakbay is a DMCI Homes CSR program which aims to support advocacies beneficial to the Filipino society. 

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