Quadruple A developer DMCI Homes is looking to maximize its largest land bank located in Taguig City—Acacia Estates—to help the company weather the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
DMCI Homes President Alfredo R. Austria said the company is mulling to build another residential development in the 150-hectare township, three years after it launched its last project in the area.
Austria said DMCI Homes is currently finalizing plans to launch the new property to be called Alder Residences.
“Sales of our projects are still encouraging despite current circumstances which gives us confidence to launch two to three new properties before yearend,” Austria said.
“Acacia Estates is always in our list because of the strong residential demand in the area. We’re also currently working on permits to utilize our land bank in Makati and Manila,” he added.
DMCI Homes just recently delivered the first building of the last project it has launched at Acacia Estates—Mulberry Place. The four-building mid-rise development was sold-out just weeks after it was launched in 2017.
Since it was first developed in 2007, Acacia Estates has grown to be a vibrant community of over 8,000 families living in various themed subdivisions and condominium developments.
Its strategic location in a thriving district in Taguig City makes it an ideal living destination for young families and young professionals doing business in McKinley Hill, Bonifacio Global City, Makati City as well as the country’s premier airport.
DMCI Homes’ healthy building design, resort-inspired amenities and expansive open spaces likewise boosted Acacia Estates’ popularity among urbanites longing for a home where they can relish serenity and at the same time enjoy the comforts of modern city living.
Through the years, DMCI Homes has continuously developed Acacia Estates to bring the necessities of modern living to the residents.
In 2012, DMCI Homes started introducing lifestyle establishments through Acacia Estates’ commercial quarter called Acacia Town Center.
Spanning approximately 22,000 square meters, Acacia Town Center now houses restaurants, bills payment facility, currency exchange, salons, automated teller machines, coffee shops, commercial gym, supermarket, as well as event venues like The Tent and the Casa Real heritage house.
The company has also worked with the City Government of Taguig to open alternative routes going to and from the township development for residents’ additional convenience.
Early this month, DMCI Homes opened a new road giving Acacia Estates residents direct access to Circumferential Road 6 (C-6) and Bicutan via M.L Quezon Road.
Also being developed is another access road going to Circumferential Road 5 (C-5) via Maria Tinga Road to further make it convenient for Acacia Estates residents to enter and exit the community.