DataLand tops off Olive Place Shaw

DataLand Inc. (DLI), the real estate development arm of the DDT Group of Companies recently held a topping off ceremony for its Mandaluyong project – The Olive Place Shaw Tower 2.

The Olive Place Shaw, a standout two-tower high-rise development along the bustling Shaw Boulevard is situated at the heart of Mandaluyong City – Metro Manila’s center of gravity. It is master planned to be a self-contained, mixed-use development offering high-quality standard residential units and office spaces.

The strategically-located 50-storey residential condominium affords its residents majestic front-row views of the Wack-Wack Golf and Country Club and the Manila, Makati and Ortigas skylines. It offers studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units.

Gracing the topping off ceremonies are top executives (from left to right): DDT Group CFO Gil Somblingo; Whiteport Inc. (WPI) COO and general manager Edimar Ulep; DataLand (DLI) president Andrea Marie Tamayo-Ulep; DDT Group chairman Danilo Tamayo; DataLand (DLI) vice president for Business Development and Customer Turnover Felimon Yee, Jr. and DataLand (DLI) vice president for Sales and Marketing Rouen Abel Raz.

“This topping off ceremony for Tower 2 gives us a great sense of achievement as we reach another milestone in developing a standout mixed use development in the heart of Metro Manila. Just recently last December 2020, we held the turnover ceremony of Tower 1 and our residents are truly amazed about the quality of construction and remarkable finishes and deliverables of The Olive Place, said DataLand president Andrea Marie Tamayo-Ulep.

“Despite the global pandemic, we delivered this project on time in our commitment to providing quality beyond the basics bearing DataLand’s mark of excellence. We saw the pandemic as an opportunity to demonstrate our dedication to our craft as a trusted builder-developer with Quadruple ‘A’ standing. This is attested by the award that we recently received from BCI Asia Philippines as one the Top Ten developers in the country,” she added.