Damosa Land: Looking back, looking forward

TO SAY that Damosa Land has been in top form in the past year would be an understatement.

The homegrown real estate company reached its targets, added more items to its roster of accomplishments, and earned a number of accolades to culminate 2017. From its residential developments, to its commercial, industrial and agricultural properties, Damosa Land is as steadfast as ever.

Award-winning homegrown developer

On May 4, 2017, awards were given to Damosa Land for its two residential developments at the prestigious 5th Annual Property Guru Philippine Property Awards 2017. The internationally acclaimed event was organized by Asia’s leading online property group and where leading Philippine developers from all over Manila, Cebu, and Davao were recognized.

Damosa Land, Inc. (DLI) earned the top spot for Best Residential Development in Davao for Damosa Fairlane, its first venture into residential development. Damosa Fairlane was likewise highly commended for Best Residential Landscape Architectural Design.

Seawind, DLI’s 6-tower condominium venture, also took home a Highly Commended Award under the Best Residential Development in Davao category.

Another honor was given to DLI in 2017, this time to its Vice President Ricardo “Cary” Lagdameo as he was nominated for the Injap Sia Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award (ISOYEA) during the 43rd Philippine Business Conference of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) in October of last year.
Adding to the list of highly esteemed awards is the SGV Foundation, Inc.’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 where Lagdameo was among the finalists, representing Damosa Land alongside other 19 industry entrepreneurs.

It’s good to be home

Its maiden development, the modern mid-century themed subdivision Damosa Fairlane, a stone’s throw away from its home base Damosa District, is already 80% complete in terms of construction for its 1st and 2nd phases.

The development of Phase 3 has also been completed and will soon start construction of houses for its incoming residents.

On one hand, construction in DLI’s Seawind condominium in Sasa Onse is also in full swing. After opening its first tower to its residents, this resort-themed condominium development is preparing to welcome its residents for the second tower, while it is on the process of completing the next two towers. To date, 106 Seawind units have been turned over to their owners and 10 have already moved in. Turnover is ongoing for the remaining Tower 1 units.

Industrial Gateway

After opening its third warehouse for business to a new locator on the first quarter of 2017, the Anflo Industrial Estate (AIEC), Damosa Land’s rising industrial park in Panabo City, also celebrated the first export shipment of its first locator, the Filipino-Dutch plastic manufacturer, PhilDutch Polymer. The 63-hectare self-sustaining ecozone, is, at the moment on its phase 1 development and can now accommodate potential clients on site, too, with its newly established administrative office in the area.

Damosa District

One of its most recent business locators is in great business. The Regus at the Damosa IT Park has already reached 96% occupancy rate.

The year 2017 also saw the birth of the immensely successful and very popular Damosa Food Fest. The Damosa Food Fest was officially launched in the summer of 2017 and became a record-breaking success, with 15,000 attendees as its largest food traffic.

In Prospective

DLI is looking forward to the further developments of its latest major project in Panabo City, the 88-hectare master-planned township development, Agriya, after it broke ground in May, 2017.

Agriya will feature residential villages, a commercial arcade, an institutional-zoned area, and an agro-tourism component. Billeted to be the first agritourism city in Asia, Agriya will pioneer the concept of a modern Agropolis (agricultural metropolis) in Davao region. This year, we will expect Agriya to launch its residential offerings.
One of Agriya’s placemaking features is Naturetainment, an experiential learning playground with activity zones that have diverse and exciting recreational approaches of learning through fun, immersive, and interactive activities. This 2018, DLI will introduce the Agriya Exposition, which will give the public an appreciation of the farming and activity components of the project.

Another breakthrough project that Damosa Land is excited about is Bridgeport, a mixed-use development project in Caliclic, Babak District, Igacos that is designed to have low-density condominium parks, limited premium open lots, hotel and resort, commercial and dining areas, and an exclusive marina.
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