MANILA, Philippines - Maricielo Villas, the first Spanish-themed mid-rise community in Las Piñas City under the development of DMCI Homes, welcomed the first homeowners of the first two buildings now ready for occupancy, Segovia and Pontevedra.
One of them is 29-year-old Miko Misa, who bought a two-bedroom unit in the four-storey Segovia even before the Maricielo Villas was launched for construction last year. The 50-sqm. unit with balcony and service area at the rooftop perfectly matches his criteria for a new home.
“I saw the balance of price, proximity and quality in the Maricielo Villas,” says the young professional.
The pre-selling price of P2.08 million fit Misa’s budget. When he saw the Francisco Motors plant being demolished to give way to Maricielo Villas while on a field work in March 2011, he knew the price was good at the time because the site was still being prepared for the groundbreaking.
The location of Maricielo Villas at the corner of Quirino and Casimiro Avenues is a good spot to relocate from his Merville, Parañaque home. It is accessible to his workplace in the Pandacan oil depot in Manila via the Manila-Cavite Coastal Road, he says.