The pandemic has failed to derail Davao-based property developer Damosa Land Inc. (DLI) in implementing its projects as early this month, the company broke ground on the first set of homes in Ameria, the 8.9-hectare residential component of the township project Agriya in Panabo City.
For this project, DLI partnered with Connovate Philippines (connovate.ph), a provider of high-performance building technology from Denmark that ensures the creation of a higher home quality than those found in the market today.
The company is set to introduce the model house before the end of the first quarter and eventually start the turnover of the units by the next semester.
But even before it could start the construction, Ameria already brought recognition to the company as it won the Best Housing Development for Metro Davao at the PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards.
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