Davao-based property developer Damosa Land Inc. (DLI) recently broke ground on the first set of homes in Ameria, the 8.9-hectare residential component of the township project Agriya in Panabo City.
DLI partnered with Connovate Philippines (connovate.ph), a building technology provider from Denmark which provided 14,000 psi panels.
The houses in Ameria will showcase California mission-style architecture, namely, bungalows and two-story house models. The project won as the Best Housing Development for Metro Davao at the PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards.
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