BRICKLAND Property Venture Corp. (BPVC) broke ground for Phase 2 of its Woodway Townhomes in Barangay Pooc, Talisay City, Friday, July 26, 2019.
Brixcy Yu, BPVC president, said they want to build houses that offer comfort and peace for families, as the demand for housing continues to rise in the city.
“It’s more of a service to help Filipinos find their perfect homes. The demand is still there because before we launched our Phase 2, a lot of clients were already looking for units from us. Talisay is already one of the cities that are very progressive,” she said.
A major shopping mall and a soon-to-open ocean park in the city would continue to attract investors, she said.
The property will have 37 units with a total land area of half a hectare located behind the first phase.
Yu said average, mid-range and high-range clients are the target customers for the modern Zen-inspired residential homes.
“As the years go by, we also evolve the design of the houses,” she said.
She said houses will be bigger and better. The starting price for a unit is P4.5 million.
Amenities will include a children’s playground and a basketball court.
Yu said the property’s location is also strategic for mass transport as it is accessible through a barangay road, and the area is also in a flood-free zone.
“When I have the houses designed, I always put myself in the shoes of the client. I listen to what they want. We’re not after the income, but we’re after the client’s safety and comfort in the house,” she said.
She said they are investing more than P50 million for the development, with completion targeted for the last quarter of 2023.
BPVC is also looking at a location in the northern part of Cebu for a project. (JOB)
PHASE 2. Brickland Property Ventures Corp. president Brixcy Yu (third from left) witnessed the ceremonial groundbreaking for Phase 2 of the Woodway Townhomes in Barangay Pooc, Talisay City, Friday, July 26, 2019. The P50-million project is expected to be completed by the last quarter of 2023. (SunStar Photo/Arni Aclao)
July 26, 2019
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