CAMELLA Communities announced that the first building of its landmark condominium development in Davao City, Camella Northpoint will be fully-constructed by the third quarter of the year.

"As we gear up for further growth in 2010, we are resolute about meeting our schedules and delivering our promises. One of our targets is for the unit owners of Manchester to move into their new condo homes by the

third quarter," said Marlon Escalicas, Camella Communities Davao general manager.

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Moreover, Camella Northpoint's second building, Birmingham, is also set to start construction by the second quarter of the year. This signifies the developer's resolve to take the reigns in the real estate industry and go

full blast in 2010.

"Not only that, we are also starting the development of our grand clubhouse this first quarter, scheduled for completion also by the 3rd quarter, allowing our unit owners to fully enjoy their new privileged lifestyle at the

condo community," Escalicas said.

The Camella Northpoint clubhouse is another much-anticipated development in the project, as it will serve as a center of activities within the condo community.

With the clubhouse, residents can enjoy modern facilities such as the multi-functions hall, a fitness gym, gaming area, swimming pool, grill pits, cabanas and a meditation pond.

Camella Communities will also undertake commercial development at Camella Northpoint, eyeing restaurants, coffee shops, spa and other specialty shops that are unique and distinct in character. This enhancement

will further boost the appeal of Camella Northpoint, turning it into a desirable destination in Davao City.

These plans are only a few of the commitments of Camella Communities as it sets out to conquer once again the real estate industry this year, similar to what it did last year when it achieved record growth in its

performance.

The positive outcome last year translated to its projects, especially Camella Northpoint, being nearly sold out in a matter of a few months.