The Midpoint Residences to rise in Mandaue

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Sunday, May 18, 2014


DEVELOPED by Pacific Land Ventures and Property Development, Inc., with a land area of approximately 3,512 sq.m. and coordinates on a map that will make you nod in agreement, The Midpoint Residences is surely one of those condominium projects to keep an eye on.

With an ongoing exhibit at SM City Cebu's rotonda, fronting the main entrance of the SM Department Store, it's no wonder they've got people stopping by to ask their representatives questions and to take a look at the exquisitely designed gated residences.

The Midpoint Residences is a two-tower vertical development, 28-storey each, with a total estimated number of 635 units available for ownership.

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Located at Ines Ouano Road, A.S. Fortuna St. in Banilad, Mandaue City, this home away from home is nestled in an area that is close to the main road but far enough to assure buyers that peace and quiet can be found within the city and within accessibility. The area where it is located being at the heart of things with its great proximity to schools, business and leisure outlets, and malls but the good life doesn't stop there. Owners can expect to enjoy quality features and amenities offered at The Midpoint Residences.

And with sales picking up since its launching, perhaps one of the best things about development and the developer are their honesty and openness towards their clients and homeowners who they believe deserve only the best housing alternatives.

“We've always been like that,” Atty. Dennis R. Quiokeles, Pacific Land EVP and GM said in an interview, “even with our residential subdivision where clients and homeowners are free to inspect construction because we have nothing to hide in our method of construction.”

Completion date for the project is slated for the 3rd quarter of 2017. For more information on The Midpoint Residences, visit www.midpointresidences.com. (HVO)

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on May 19, 2014.

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