Camella Cerritos: Vibrant living within a community
February 9, 2012 § Leave a comment
Monday, January 23, 2012
CAMELLA Cerritos, the landmark Italian-Mediterranean subdivision development of Camella in Mintal, Davao City, is expected to be completed this year.
“By the start of the second half of this year, Cerritos will become a community. Expect a lot of movement in the area and homebuyers can start occupying their houses,” Marlon Escalicas, Camella Davao general manager said.
He said they are fast-tracking development works in the area, including construction of houses within the ten-hectare residential project, seen as the newest landmark in the southern part of the city.
“Our focus at present is to hasten the completion of the project and we are confident we can do it,” he said.
Camella Davao opened its model houses for Cerritos during a grand launch on Saturday attended by prospective buyers and partners.
At least 60 percent of the 620 lots at Cerritos were already sold. We expect it to be sold out by second quarter,” Escalicas said.
With the launch of the model houses, homebuyers got the chance to see their future homes, including the Lessandra starter homes named Rina at 40 square meter and Marga at 46 square meters. Model homes for Camella’s affordable series were also launched, such as Carmela at 64 square meters, Drina at 81 square meters, and Elaisa at 96 square meters.
“Now it’s easier for those selecting their home of choice to visualize their dream home, as our model houses are showcased in functional layouts and stylish designs,” said Stephanie Palanca, marketing staff for Camella Cerritos.
During the event, homebuyers were offered a special promo, such as outright discounts, stretched down payment terms, low down payment and reservation fee as low as P7,500.
On top of that, there were huge discounts for spot payments and freebies such as the popular Chinese New Year giveaway, tikoy, which is known to bring good luck to those who receive it.
Camella Cerritos’ development is now well under way, with land development and road network already about 80 percent completed and perimeter fencing at 90 percent.
Construction of the houses has already started, with around 200 units identified for completion within the year, allowing homeowners to move into their homes-by second half of the year.
But what made Cerritos more exciting is the plan for the construction of a commercial center within the three-hectare property right across Camella Cerritos.
“The commercial center will push through. It’s in the pipeline and we will development works to start this year,” Escalicas said, adding that the commercial project will complement the subdivision and will feature a mall, called the Starmall, as its centerpiece.
He said the commercial project is expected to stimulate growth in this part of Mintal, turning it into a self-contained area ideal for good living. It will also allow Camella Cerritos to become a self-sustaining community, where its homeowners can enjoy its world-class facilities and amenities, and the conveniences of getting everything they need from the commercial center a few steps away.
Camella is also putting up the subdivision’s perimeter fence to seal and secure the entire property. Cerritos has an upscale appeal, with its clubhouse, swimming pool, parks and pocket gardens, playground, multi-purpose courts, shuttle service and 24/7 security system. Homeowners will have everything they need to live a quiet, enjoyable life within the community.
Camella prides itself in building not just houses, but living communities where families thrive. It is a subsidiary of Vista Land & Lifescapes, the country’s largest homebuilder with over 250,000 homes built in 35 years all over the nation.
The Camella brand has become the yardstick for high quality homes in the most prime locations offered at the best local prices. For inquiries, get in touch with Camella at 2/F Delgar Building, JP Laurel Ave., Bajada, Davao City, (082) 222-0963, (082) 222-5221, (082) 222-5223 (telefax), 0917-8576572, email@example.com and www.camella.com.ph.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on January 23, 2012.