THE property unit of DMCI Holdings, Inc. said it has completed all seven buildings of the Ivory Wood development within the 150-hectare Acacia Estates township in Taguig City.
In a statement, DMCI Homes said construction of Abaca, the seventh building at Ivory Wood, was finished ahead of its November 2019 target. Turnover of units started this month.
The Ivory Wood development includes Anahaw, which was turned over to homeowners in January 2018. Turnover of Palmira was in April 2018; Lauan in July 2018; Kamia in October 2018; Flores in November 2018; and Adelfa in February 2019.
The seven buildings, which feature a Filipino-Spanish design, have a combined 965 units. Each building has six floors, plus one to two basement parking floors. Units range from two-bedroom or three-bedrooms.
Launched in 2015, Ivory Wood mainly targets young families and professionals by providing them a home near work. It also targets overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and investors who are looking for space to live in or a space to rent out or sell the unit to profit.
“With the completion of the 3.3-hectare development, residents can now enjoy a chic and classic metropolitan retreat with Ivory Wood’s wide array of resort-inspired amenities that include lush gardens, a grand clubhouse, picnic area, children’s playground, kiddie pool, lap pool, fitness gym, audio-visual room, jogging path and a basketball court,” the company said in a statement.
Acacia Estates Township is located near business districts namely Makati City and Bonifacio Global City.
DMCI Homes is the property unit of diversified engineering and construction conglomerate DMCI Holdings, Inc., which also has interests in general construction, coal and nickel mining, power generation, water concession, and manufacturing. — Vincent Mariel P. Galang