DMCI HOMES is set to turn over units at the second building of its Verdon Parc project in Ecoland Drive, Davao City by November.

The property developer said the Belvedere tower is 97% complete as of August, allowing owners to move in by November.

“Construction work on the building, which has 20 storeys of residential units, is down to the unit finishes and completion of building enhancements and upgrades,” DMCI Homes said.

The turnover date of Belvedere building was moved from March to November to be able to fulfill the company’s standard quality management processes and Office of the City Building Official requirements.

DMCI Homes is committed to the turnover of the two other towers, Trevans and Maurin buildings, by February 2021 and October 2021 respectively.