DMCI PROJECT Developers, Inc. is looking to generate around P3 billion in reservation sales from its newly launched condominium in Malate, Manila.
In a statement, DMCI Homes Vice-President for Project Development Dennis Yap said the company launched The Camden Place after seeing “encouraging” sales of its previous projects despite the pandemic.
“There’s a growing market optimism because of the steady demand for residential spaces even with the health crisis. Aside from that, we would like to believe that homebuyers will continue to patronize our projects because we always strive to offer the best value products in the market,” Mr. Yap said.
The single-tower project is located along Dominga St. and near the campuses of College of St. Benilde and De La Salle University.
The Camden Place will have 756 units, which is a mix of studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom units measuring 24 square meters (sq.m.) to 54.50 sq.m. It will have 27-residential floors and five-podium parking levels. Pre-selling unit prices start at P3.98 million.
The project is targeted for completion in March 2025.
“For The Camden Place, we aim to offer young working professionals and students right-sized homes with convenient indoor amenities and facilities that help satisfy their work, lifestyle, and wellness needs. We also hope to generate interest from homebuyers who may want to invest in a property with big rental and capital appreciation potential,” Mr. Yap said.
The Camden Place will also feature a co-working space, Sky Deck Pool, fitness gym, lounge areas, entertainment room, game area, Sky Promenade, and Sky Lounge.