Construction of Northpoint's tallest building starts soon-A A +A
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
CONSTRUCTION of Liverpool, the 4th and tallest building of Camella Northpoint, Vista Residences' landmark condo development in Davao City, will start soon following its successful ground breaking last August 31.
The ground breaking ceremony was attended by Camella Southcenmin executives, led by its cluster head Marlon Niño Escalicas, staff, brokers and prospective buyers.
A buyers' promo was also held during the event, offering an outright discount/savings of as much as P750,000, with a down payment scheme of 15 percent in 34 months.
Home purchases were also eligible for Camella appliance giveaways and free pool passes for five at Wakefield Manor's salinated wellness pool.
"We're pleased to announce that the construction of Liverpool will soon commence to cater to the growing demand for condo units at Northpoint, Davao's premier address," said Marlon B. Escalicas, Camella Davao GM.
Liverpool will tower at 15-storeys high and will bear distinctly green features that provide a pleasant living experience to its homeowners.
As a green building, it is designed to principles of green architecture that do not have a degrading impact to the environment, with architectural elements that harness the natural breeze to enter the building and expel hot air, creating a pleasant and cool temperature inside the structure and promoting excellent indoor air quality.
Northpoint offers the best value proposition for its buyers with its premier address and world-class facilities and amenities.
The condo property is also under the professional management of a property management team that takes care of its security and maintenance, and provides other value-added services such as tenant selection and rental of condo units.
This British colonial themed condo community will also have its own lifestyle center, a commercial development that will have specialty stores, coffee shops, a supermarket, high-end retail stores, and restaurants that will surround the White House, a fine dining restaurant offering Asian fusion cuisine that is fast rising as a favorite among Davaoeños and visitors alike.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on September 11, 2013.