Saturday , June 23, 2018

Granville Subdivision amenities inaugurated

GRANVILLE Subdivision, developed by Prestige Homes and Realty Development (PHRDC), inaugurated its amenities last Saturday, August 12, attended by almost a hundred sellers and buyers.

PHRDC Owners Miraluna Cerbo and Manuel Cerbo Jr., in an interview with SunStar Davao, said the amenities of Granville Subdivision include a basketball court, long-tennis court, gazeboo, chapel, and a clubhouse that features a swimming pool and a children's playground.

"What made our subdivision different from other competitors in the city is that we have a less-than-a-million house which the buyers can still use the amenities we have. In other subdivisions, they only allow amenities' usage for P1 million to P4 million house buyers," Manuel said.

Granville Subdivision has four areas - Granville 1, Granville 2, Granville 3, and Granville Crest.

Miraluna said the 650 houses in Granville 1 were already sold out and the turn-over of the houses have started since last month. For Granville 2, the construction of 350 houses will be starting at the first quarter of 2018 and will be turned-over at the third quarter.

Granville 3 and Granville Crest, on the other hand, are both 80 percent sold out. She added that both 3 and Crest are in land development stage and the construction will be on the first quarter of 2019 and will be turned over at 2020.

"The reason why many people chose to buy house-and -lot in Grandville Subdivision is that we are the best subdivision for middle-class people. Grandville is specially built for minimum-wage workers who want to have a house for their families," Miraluna said.

As a couple owning this real estate company, both Miraluna and Manuel wanted Granville to be a subdivision where middle-families can live in a peaceful and harmonious environment.

Manuel invited interested buyers to come in PHRDC office and inquire about Granville 3 and Granville Crest as both still has 20 percent available slots as of last Saturday.

PHRDC was established with the aim of responding to the growing real estate and construction industry of Davao City, especially in building subdivision projects.