Verdan Parc construction to start soon

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014


THE DMC Urban Property Developers Incorporated (DMC-UPDI) will soon begin construction of Verdan Parc at Ecoland Drive in Davao City.

Four buildings -- Martel, Belvedere, Trevans, and Maurin -- will rise on a three-hectare property. Martel and Maurin will be nine storeys high while Belvedere and Trevans will be around 15 to 16 storeys high.

DMC-UPDI general manager Arch. Victoria Joy B. Adriano, during a press conference at the Verdan Parc showroom yesterday, said for this year they will begin with the construction of Martel and the one-hectare land of amenities.

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"We are targeting to finish the construction of Martel and the amenities by middle of 2016. By then we will be turning over units and the amenities will be fully operational," she said.

Adriano said Martel will house 169 units. Amenities will include a children's playground, kiddie and leisure pool, lap pool, clubhouse, interactive art and outdoor fitness park, covered court for basketball and badminton, teen's playground, and an open field.

Buyers will be able to choose among the eight units: Unit A, a 28.5 square meter (sqm.) one bedroom inner unit; Unit B, a 52.63 sqm. two bedroom inner unit with balcony; Unit C and F, a 57 sqm. two bedroom inner unit; Unit D, a 57 sqm. two bedroom middle unit with balcony; Unit E, a 66 sqm. two bedroom end unit with balcony; and Unit G, a 94.5 sqm. three-bedroom end unit with balcony and garden.

Adriano said they will announce anytime soon as to when the construction of the other three buildings will begin.

DMC-UPDI president Jose L. Merin, for his part, said their new project in Davao City will also feature eco-friendly innovations like a water sewage treatment facility and a rainwater catchment system in each building.

"The water sewage treatment facility will recycle the water for non-potable uses while the rainwater catchment system will store up water for future uses," he said.

Adriano said Verdon Parc will allow residents get in touch with nature while enjoying city life.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on May 22, 2014.

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