Camella Dumaguete – Making Wishes Come True…

February 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

It has always been the average Filipinos’ dream to own a home. Here at Camella Dumaguete, wishes do come true. It is time to live your dream and enjoy the privileges of blissful living.

Beautiful

The setting alone sets it apart. Camella Dumaguete is set amidst a backdrop of the magnificent Negros Oriental Twin Peaks, better known as Cuernos de Negros – a majestic mountain range that is a pride of the region.
The year 2012 marked greater additions to the site. The Grand Gate, with its intricate design and massive appeal, heightens your sense of pride the minute you enter this beautiful community.

Privileged residents will enjoy state-of-the-art amenities and facilities; such as Carribean pine trees and the Pavilion, a pleasant garden gazebo that beckons family and friends to get together.

More amenities will be added in 2013; such as the neighborhood parks and playground, that will add more reasons to spend quality time with your loved ones.
Affordable

Camella Dumaguete has raised the bar in home development and has captured the Dumaguete market.

It is backed by a reliable developer as the subsidiary catering to the mid-market segment of Vista Land & Lifescapes, the country’s largest homebuilder. It has 37 years of experience, built more than 250,000 homes and maintains a strong presence in Mega Manila and 28 other key provincial destinations and 56 cities and municipalities, while aggressively expanding to other regions.

Dumaguete townsfolk were surprised to see that these exquisite homes are well within their reach.

The Camella Dumaguete Community continues to grow as a family in its second anniversary. Several fun-filled events were done in 2012.

The Camella family had a great time in the Philippine Call Center Institute Job Fair & Fun Run last November. Several buyers’ nights strengthened bonds and two successful buyers’ days were held at Bo’s Coffee. At Christmas, there was an incredible Christmas lighting event.

More activities are at the pipeline for 2013! Let’s start with our 2nd anniversary on February 16, 2013 with the launch of the new Parks & Playground!

For more information, call Tel. No. +6335-421-0911 or visit their office at G/F Plaza Milagros Bldg.,Gov. Perdices St. Dumaguete City or log on to http://www.camella.com.ph/main/visayas1/dumaguete.

Negros Chronicle February 17, 2013

http://www.camella.com.ph/main/visayas1/dumaguete

Camella, building the country

February 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

In three powerful words, Camella’s brand tagline has encapsulated more than what it represents, more than its reason for existence; it is also a statement of the group’s vision and its mission, and a glimpse into what the brand plans for its future…

With 38 years and counting, Camella has built over 250,000 homes to date and have retained a powerful presence in Mega Manila and 31 key provinces as well in 63 cities and municipalities. It is a story about the desire to build a home for every Filipino. To deservedly reward the hard work and perseverance of the Filipino family man. To give young families a place of their own where they can grow their dreams and tomorrows.

It is also a story of evolution, from building some of the country’s finest and most desired communities to today, building cities.

It’s all part of the master plan. The Camella Masterplan describes residential communities that are more than a composite of homes, streets, parks, and playgrounds. Camella believes that communities should bring whatever its families need within easy reach. Thus, each community is ideally located with immediate access to institutions like schools, hospitals, churches, transport hubs, and places of leisure. But the group has taken this a step further and exploded that strategy by bringing the institutions right into the communities.  Now, when Camella builds, it also builds churches, schools and commercial centers. By creating properties that are essentially self-contained, it is creating virtual cities.

To Camella, the master plan of every single community it builds, in every single location it selects, is a sacred, living blueprint that incorporates not only what the group intends to build, but what it intends to accomplish ¬– to build cities, since a country is often known by its cities, like how Paris is for France, Tokyo is for Japan, and New York is for the USA. By building communities where they are needed, and by creating the foundations for tomorrow’s cities, Camella is building the country.

Beyond creating self-contained communities, Camella developments have become a “mark of progress” and signs of growth and expansion across the country. Roads get better, commercial developments crop up, transport increases, and possibilities become endless. Lives improve, dreams become bigger, needs diversify and growth becomes inevitable.

Throughout history, this is exactly how the great cities of the world came to be.  A germ, a seed, set growth in motion. A few homes built along a river evolve into a great city. A town along a roadway becomes a metropolis.  A community is designed for the future and built to respond to what is needed today, and what will be needed tomorrow ¬– and slowly, and surely, a country will be built better.

“Camella. Building the Country,” speaks of more than what the brand is all about, it speaks of what the brand promises to do.  Visit its office at 116 Gorordo Ave., Cebu City for inquiries.

 

Sun.Star Cebu, Feb. 20. 2013

www.camella.com.ph

Villar group to invest P1B in Cebu in 2013

February 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

VISTA Land & Lifescapes Inc., the country’s premier homebuilder, is set to pour in more than P1 billion worth of investments in Cebu this year, a big jump from last year’s P800 million. These investments take into account a heightened expansion program, new residential projects, additional and improved amenities and commercial developments, the company said in a press statement.

This year, Vista Land, through its Camella brand, will implement another round of expansion in areas not covered yet by the company. In Cebu, more projects are eyed in the northern part of the province, particularly Liloan and Consolacion. Building of infrastructure and additional amenities in its various developments will also be a major thrust this year.

Azienda Roma, an enclave within the masterplanned community of Azienda in Talisay City, is set to build commercial spaces for offices and clinics, banks, grocery stores, restaurants, convenience stores, pharmacy, bakery, laundry and other services, to make daily living convenient for its residents.

Two of Vista Land’s well-known brands are currently operating in Cebu, Camella and Crown Asia, the pioneer in designer-themed residences. Camella has property developments situated in Carcar, Talisay, Talamban and Mactan, Cebu. Crown Asia is proud to be in Pasadena in Guadalupe and Riverdale in Talamban.

In the last two years alone Vista Land opened and expanded in Cavite, Batangas, Quezon, Legazpi, Palawan, Bohol, Tacloban, Dumaguete, Butuan, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Tagum City, Laoag, Vigan, Cagayan, Cabanatuan, Pampanga, Bulacan, nearly covering the country by end of 2012.

Camella is the brand catering to the mid-market segment of Vista Land. In a 2011 study by Colliers International Research, Vista Land stood out as the leader in Philippine residential real estate development with a total of 18,422 houses, houses and lots and condominiums sold out in that year alone. (PR)

 

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on February 14, 2013.

www.camella.com.ph

Developers remain bullish on city’s property market

February 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

DAVAO CITY’s real estate industry continues to flourish with its growing population and a bullish property market, attracting big players to expand their projects in the city.

“Davao has continued to progress. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the country today. The presence of big companies putting up shops in the city is a manifestation that Davao has really become an exciting city in terms of investments,” Hilario Yadao, business unit head of MGS Construction, Inc., said on the sidelines of the topping off ceremony for Nottingham, Camella Northpoint‘s third condo building, recently.

MGS Construction, a Triple-A land development construction company in the country, is the builder of Camella Northpoint, a landmark British colonial themed condo development in Davao City of Camella Davao, a subsidiary of Vista Land and Lifescapes, Inc.

Yadao said real estate business is apparently doing well in the city with property development projects going on in almost every corner.

“All big developers from Luzon have noticed the progress going on here (in Davao) and they want to take advantage of that,” Yadao said.

Camella Davao general manager Marlon Escalicas said migration of people from Visayas and Luzon areas in Davao City, most of whom were relocated due to expansion of their companies in the city, triggered a rising demand for housing in the city. This does not include those coming from neighboring areas who are seeking for jobs in the city.

“Even demand for condo housing has risen,” he said. “This is spurred by the city’s growing population.”

For instance, he said, selling of their condominium units at Camella Northpoint in Bajada, Davao City has been going on smoothly.

“It didn’t take long that all units in our third building, the Nottingham, were sold out. We will speed up the completion of the condo project so we can have the turnover by the third quarter of this year. In fact the topping off is a sign that the project will soon be completed,” Escalicas said.

By second quarter, Escalicas said they will have the groundbreaking of the fourth building. The first and the second buildings at Northpoint are already occupied by some unit owners.

Within the year, Camella is also set to launch two more vertical projects in the city to address the growing market demand for condominiums.

“One is located in Bajada and the other is on Torres street. Both projects are in partnership with prominent families in the city,” he said. He did not elaborate.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on February 06, 2013.

www.camella.com.ph

Turnover of Nottingham’s 329 units to owners set in August

February 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

Sunday, January 27, 2013

TURNOVER of the 329 units at Nottingham, Camella Northpoint‘s third condo building, to its owners is set to start by August, this year.

Hilario Yadao, business unit head of MGS Construction, said Nottingham is set to be completed in August, way ahead of its target completion in December.

“With our new methodology in building condominiums, the construction of the 10-storey Nottingham has been faster,” Yadao said, as he graced the building’s topping off on Saturday.

MGS Construction Inc., a Triple-A land development construction company in the country, is the builder of Camella Northpoint, a landmark British colonial themed condo development in Davao City.

“We are doing well here. We met what we have committed, in fact, earlier than what we have promised,” Yadao told Camella Davao’s partners, brokers and agents in his speech during the topping off ceremony, symbolizing the near completion of the condo building. Nottingham‘s construction started in April, last year.

“In just nine months, we have completed the overall structure of the third building,” said Yadao, a former executive of MDC Construction Inc., builder of Ayala projects and one of the country’s top construction company.

With the near completion of Nottingham, Yadao said they will start soon the construction of Northpoint‘s fourth building called the Liverpool.

“By second quarter of this year, we will start building the Liverpool. It’s a 15-storey condo building. Again, we will do something new in our methodology to hasten its completion,” Yadao said, adding they are targeting to complete Liverpool by end of 2014.

Yadao said they have continued to improve its manpower skills and upgrading its equipment to build top quality construction projects and lead in the construction industry in the country.

Marlon Escalicas, Camella Davao general manager, said they are expecting unit owners to move at Nottingham by August after the turnover, adding that the third building is already sold out.

“This is a very good way to start the year, as Nottingham‘s construction has been way ahead of schedule. Our contractor has once again shown their reliability and expertise in building condominiums,” he said.

“With Nottingham already fully sold out, our buyers want to see Liverpool soon,” Escalicas said.

He said Nottingham homeowners are also eager to move in to their new condo home.

MGS head Ferdinand Salcedo, for his part, said that with proper planning and preparation, plus the provision of two sets of formworks system, they were able to finish Nottingham in record time.

He said the company’s goal of achieving total quality in construction projects is achieved through their modern and pioneering building techniques, bolstered by their highly trained people, high-powered modern light and heavy equipment, and readily available resources.

MGS Construction has been in the construction business nationwide for almost 16 years now, building landmark projects for Crown Asia, Brittany Corporation, Camella, and Palmera Homes.

It has developed over 400 hectares of subdivision developments, catered by its entire fleet of over 80 light and heavy equipment, allowing it to simultaneously engage in several projects.

It has completed almost 260 projects, 158 of which was land development, 39 commercial and convenience stores, 56 mass housing projects and seven mid-rise buildings.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on January 28, 2013.

www.camella.com.ph

Villar Enters Cebu Real Estate

February 15, 2013 § Leave a comment

By MALOU M. MOZO

CEBU CITY, Cebu

Banking on the continued bullishness in Cebu’s real estate industry, Vista Land and Lifescapes Inc. (Vista Land) of the Villar Group of Companies is set to invest more than P1-billion worth of investments for Cebu this year.

In a statement, Vista Land announced the capital expenditure this year is a big jump from last year’s P800 million.

These investments take into account a heightened expansion program, new residential projects, additional and improved amenities and commercial developments, the company said in a press statement.

This year, Vista Land, through its Camella brand, will implement another round of expansion in areas not covered yet by the company.

In Cebu, more projects are eyed in the northern part of the province, particularly the towns of Liloan and Consolacion. Building of infrastructure and additional amenities in its various developments will also be a major thrust this year.

Azienda Roma, an enclave within the masterppanned community of Azienda in Talisay City, is set to build commercial spaces for offices and clinics, banks, grocery stores, restaurants, convenience stores, pharmacy, bakery, laundry and other services, to make daily living convenient for its residents.

Two of Vista Land’s well-known brands are currently operating in Cebu — Camella and Crown Asia, the pioneer in designer-themed residences. Camella has property developments situated in Carcar, Talisay, Talamban and Mactan, Cebu.

Crown Asia is proud to be in Pasadena in Guadalupe and Riverdale in Talamban.

In the last two years alone Vista Land opened and expanded in Cavite, Batangas, Quezon, Legazpi, Palawan, Bohol, Tacloban, Dumaguete, Butuan, Ozamiz, Pagadian, Tagum City, Laoag, Vigan, Cagayan, Cabanatuan, Pampanga, Bulacan, nearly covering the country by end of 2012.

Camella is the brand catering to the mid-market segment of Vista Land. In a 2011 study by Colliers International Research, Vista Land stood out as the leader in Philippine residential real estate development with a total of 18,422 houses, houses and lots and condominiums sold out in that year alone.

Earlier, Vista Land President Manny Villar revealed that in their next five years, he said that they are about to put up 50-60 malls nationwide and they will be called “Camella Malls”.

“Our stand is different. We want to bring lifestyle closer to homes. Yung mall na ang pupunta sa mga tao. The concept of Camella is complete. May simbahan, may shoping area, may school at maraming amenities,” Villar said.

 

Manila Bulletin

www.camella.com.ph

Rustan’s, Metro Home Depot to rise at Gran Europa

January 29, 2013 § Leave a comment

Rustan’s Supermarket and Metro Home Depot, both popular consumer stores have already reserved slots at Gran Europa’s Village Center.

This is according to Emelia Lustado, Camella CDO General Manager as published in a full page ad in a local daily, a portion is shown above. The full ad is shown below. A different aerial perspective of the Village Center is at lower left showing the seven (7) buildings which will comprise the Village Center.IMG_0111

 

CDODev

www.camella.com.ph

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