DMCI HOMES will start turning over residential units from the two buildings of its Oak Harbor Residences project this month, after construction was recently completed.
In a statement over the weekend, the property arm of Consunji-led DMCI Holdings, Inc. said it is ready to accept move-ins at the Parañaque City project, which marks the company’s first project under the DMCI Homes Exclusive brand.
The completed portion of the luxury waterfront property are the 16-storey Lauderdale and 15-storey Westport buildings, which have a total of 262 units. DMCI Homes will accommodate physical and virtual turnovers to owners.
“DMCI Homes will strictly implement physical distancing and stringent health protocols to ensure everyone’s safety. Payment via online facilities and digital channels is also encouraged to ensure a convenient and safe move-in experience for unit owners,” it said.
The units located on the upper ground floor up to the sixth floor of both buildings will be prioritized. Units on the seventh floor up to the penthouse will follow.
The third building of the project, which will account for 164 units across 15 storeys, is currently under construction. It is targeted for turnover by December 2021.
The 11,871-square meter Oak Harbor Residences was launched in 2016 to introduce the company’s DMCI Homes Exclusive brand. It offers luxury amenities targeted to premium clients.
DMCI Homes said the property was a big seller when it was launched, with all units “easily sold out” under an introductory price between P9.9 million to P34 million.
“Many of its buyers were drawn by the combination of prime location and urban conveniences, as well as its offering of a spectacular Manila Bay view and cityscapes…,” it said.
Oak Harbor Residences is located along Jackson Avenue in Asiaworld, Parañaque City. — Denise A. Valdez