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Walkable communities in vogue

DMCI Homes recently announced that it is rolling out more residential projects strategically located near rail transportation networks. 

Walkable communities in vogue

The move is a nod to the growing need for “walkable communities” with convenient mobility choices, in large part due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Among these are La Verti Residences in Pasay City; One Castilla Place and Zinnia Towers in Quezon City; Sorrel Residences and Torre De Manila in Manila; Sheridan Towers in Pasig City; Flair Towers in Mandaluyong City; and Brio Tower in Makati City. Also included are preselling projects such as The Crestmont and Infina Towers in Quezon City; Satori Residences in Pasig City; and The Aston Place in Pasay City. Dennis Yap, DMCI Homes VP for project development, said the company launched this year the Oriana along Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City (Shown in photo).  

The two-tower edifice will be close to the Light Rail Transit Line 2, and the upcoming Metro Manila Subway System.

Topics: ​DMCI Homes , residential projects , "walkable communities” , COVID-19 pandemic
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