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Old October 18th, 2010, 09:23 AM   #1
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DAVAO | Projects & Construction

Davao City has a lot of projects and constructions as of 2010.

1. ABREEZA MALL (Ayala Land and Business Center)
2. Dialysis Center FTC Tower
3. Pinaccle Hotel
4. Camella Northpoint Condominium
5. Magallanes Residence Condominium
6. SPK Compound
7. One Oasis Condominium
8. Linmarr Towers Condominium
9. Palmetto Place Condominium
10. SM Ecoland Expansion
11. JTC Skeptron Hotel (Sheraton Hotel Davao)
12. Eco4000
13. IMAX Theatre
14. Davao Doctors Hospital Expansion
15. D’Leonor Hotel
16. Casa Leticia Boutique Hotel
17. Gaisano Mall of Davao’s expansion
17. University of Mindanao College Expansion
18. University of Southeastern Philippines Gymnasium and Cultural Center
19. Holiday Oceanview Samal
20. Northtown
21. San Pedro College (Ulas Campus)
22. M Piazza Oro

Upcoming Projects and Constructions
1. SM Lanang
2. NCCC Mall Lanang
3. The Lumiere Hotel
4. Reopening of Samal Casino Resort

and many more........
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Old October 18th, 2010, 09:28 AM   #2
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nice thread thanks for opening this.

im sure a lot of forumers from davao city can add more projects on the list, those projects that unnoticed.
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Old October 18th, 2010, 09:48 AM   #3
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Pictures of Metro Davao

Davao Skyline (at Day)








Davao Skyline (at Night)


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Old October 18th, 2010, 09:59 AM   #4
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The Lumiere Davao- the 41 Storey condominium and apartment complex located at Bo. Obrero, Davao City. The building will be the tallest and grandest in Mindanao. The pre selling of this condominium has been started. It is owned by First Lumiere Construction and Development Corporation. Lumiere simply means light. A first of its kind highrise condominium in Davao City that will set a higher standard in the city’s urban living. With spacious units and green architecture that promotes natural lighting, Lumiere is a grand reward of its own for young urbanites and investors.

Enjoy the majestic view of Mt Apo. Or be dazzled with the alluring sights of the island of Samal. An iconic landmark soon to rise in the city of Davao.
A mixed use project with a shopping hub and lifestyle strip for those with descriminating taste. Lumiere will also include an urban oasis that rejuvenates ones soul. A private residential tower, an icon, a new landmark in the City of Davao. Truly Lumiere will illuminate the entire cityscape of Davao.




The Lumiere Singapore- the 45 Storey Tower is a spectacular building to look at, illuminated at night with colourful LED lighting hence its name "Lumiere" (Light in French)

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Old October 18th, 2010, 10:28 AM   #5
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ABREEZA Mall will be opened first quarter of 2011



Abreeza Mall Construction Updates










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Old October 18th, 2010, 10:34 AM   #6
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I want to know ur comments....
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Old October 18th, 2010, 11:57 AM   #7
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Good job,its about time...
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Old October 18th, 2010, 12:59 PM   #8
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Davao is on a roll... there are many more projects coming next year 2011.....

Right now.... mid-rise condo complexes are sprouting in Davao City. Take a look.

#1 Magallanes Residence



Location – Magallanes
Buildings – 3 eight storey buildings
Update – First building is finished, the second building is almost complete and the construction of the third building is already starting.

#2 One Oasis



Location – Ecoland
Buildings – 4 residentials and 3 commercial condo hotels
Update – Two buildings finished, the third one is under construction. There is a rumored plan that other buildings are going to be upgraded to 10 storey high. We shall see.

#3 Camella Northpoint



Location – Buhangin
Buildings – 5 residential where 3 are six storey buildings and 2 are ten storey buildings
Update – The first building is almost finish and the construction of the second building has started.

#4 Linmarr Towers



Location – Obrero
Buildings – 3 six storey residential buildings
Update – First building is almost finish and some of the amenities are almost complete.

#5 Palmetto Place



Location – Ma-a
Buildings – 4 residential buildings: 1 three storeys and 3 five storeys
Update – First building is almost complete.
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Old October 18th, 2010, 01:03 PM   #9
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@mr.davao

good job, I believe Davao is indeed ready to be presented to the international scene. There's a lot of things that we have to show. Thanks for creating a thread like this one....
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Old October 18th, 2010, 01:24 PM   #10
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IMO, it's not yet time for Davao. Most of the projects are in low-rise category and only 1 considered as high rise (Lumiere) but proposal stage still.
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Old October 18th, 2010, 02:01 PM   #11
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Di po basehan ang taas nang building nang isang syudad..marami po basehan like yung cleanliness, orderly nang streets,garbage disposal etc...... Ty !
and i can say that it can only be seen and experienced in davao imo..

dont forget davao's 911...
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Old October 18th, 2010, 02:02 PM   #12
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IMO, it's not yet time for Davao. Most of the projects are in low-rise category and only 1 considered as high rise (Lumiere) but proposal stage still.
I would like to know from the mods on this thread if what this guy is saying is true and what are the criterions on this thread alone before you can make one.

Hope mods can enlighten us here and not just relying on a person's sole opinion.

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Di po basehan ang taas nang building nang isang syudad..marami po basehan like yung cleanliness, orderly nang streets,garbage disposal etc...... Ty !
Please write it in the english language so that majority will understand what you're trying to say.
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Old October 18th, 2010, 02:24 PM   #13
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Look at the original post... I think Davao projects are a lot and definitely deserves a thread like this. I scour other threads and there are also many developing cities who I think are at the same level with Davao.
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Old October 18th, 2010, 03:18 PM   #14
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That's right. This thread is not only for Highrises but also for urban developments.
Go Davao.
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Old October 18th, 2010, 03:29 PM   #15
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SLLI unveils six new projects for rest of 2010
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Publicly-listed Sta. Lucia land Inc. (SLLI) has announced its new projects to be launched for the remainder of 2010.

The company plans to open projects all over the country, particularly the fast developing areas of Davao, Cavite and Cainta, Rizal.

SLLI will launch South Grove in Davao, Luxurre Residences in Alfonzo Cavite near Tagaytay; Mesilo Residences, and Sugarland Residential Estates located in Trece Martires in Cavite, respectively.

The company will also be starting the East Bel-Air Residences in Cainta and expansion developments creating the Sta. Lucia City out of its Sta. Lucia Grand Mall development, also in Cainta.

SLLI president Exequiel D. Robles said, "We are launching these projects before the year ends to answer the needs for quality realty projects of the public in these areas.

We received good feedback from our previous projects that we intend to keep on doing what we do best in all our real estate developments."

SLLI disclosed that South Grove in Davao is a 17-hectare high end residential development joint venture with landowner JS Gaizano, Incorporated.

The French inspired Luxurre Residences in Alfonso, Cavite is a 10-hectare residential and commercial development which is near other high-end real estate developments such as Splendido Taal Towers and Royal Tagaytay. This newest project is a joint venture with SJ Properties and is just beside the Oratory of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Monte Maria.

The Mesilo Residences in Dasmariñas, Cavite is a 150-hectare joint venture project with JAKA properties. The project’s phase one, in Mesilo Residences is a 30-hectare Filipino contemporary residential development along Aguinaldo highway.

Another Cavite project, Sugarland Residential Estates in Trece Martires is an 80-hectare residential development with an American contemporary style. This is SLLI’s joint venture with Highpoint Property Group.

In the condominium development area, SLLI has lined up two big projects: the East Bel-Air Residences and the, much-awaited Sta. Lucia City, both in Cainta.

East Bel-Air Residences is a six-building mid-rise development with country club along Imelda Avenue in Cainta.

Sta. Lucia City is a five-building, one hectare expansion to SLLI’s already vast Sta. Lucia Grand Mall. This phase will include the first two mid-rise condominium buildings of five that are architecturally designed by W.W. Coscoluella.

"SLLI also currently has some projects in the planning stage and we guarantee that the public can look forward to more state-of-the-art realty developments from us that suit their every need and lifestyle," Robles said.
http://www.malaya.com.ph/10072010/property4.html
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Old October 18th, 2010, 03:34 PM   #16
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SLLI unveils six new projects for rest of 2010
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Old October 18th, 2010, 03:40 PM   #17
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nice job!

this is the time guys..
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Old October 18th, 2010, 03:48 PM   #18
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(from Lifestyle to B8-November 07,2008-Friday)

WOW, imagine yourself waking up every morning to a magnificent sunrise with a fantastic ocean view of the Davao Gulf for a background! That's the first thing which came to my mind as I made my trek to Boboy and Gene Bangayan's open house of their newest upscale property development, the Holiday Oceanview Samal (HOS), situated in the Island Garden City of Samal last October 26. And that open house was one well-attended Samal fiesta complete with a cookout of barbecues, adobo, and pancit for all the guests.

And the talented Maharlika Troupe annd Island Drumbeaters of dancers and musicians provided the needed entertaiment production of ethnic dances and music which thrilled the guests and event coordinator,

Gatchi Gatchalian of Gatchi&Gatchi, with exception of one foul-mounthed, arrogant and aging Caucasian. Oh yes, not all those who came from "highly developed countries" are that civilized. Honestly, I pity that unbearable guy's young Filipino wife cum muchacha.

"HOS is a quality project of the Holiday properties, the real estate arm of the Holiday Business Group. HOS has this Holiday Oceanview Village, a well-planned leisure resort community, for a prime showcase. It is 95% complete; and the lot owners will start building their magnificient homes with a terrific ocean view soon," said the enterprising businesswoman, Gene Bangayan. She was the very reason why I visited Samal again aftter such a long time.

Never mind if the two other Samal leisure property development projects of Manila-based corporations were being launched on that same day. For the love of Gene, I decided to attend her family's real estate project armed with my coppertone sunscreen lotion as reccomemded by my favorite dermatologist, Dr. Emily Piansay-Soriano, who also attended the affair with Dr. James and their kids. "Do take note that the HOS takes pride in having the first full-service marina in Mindanao.

Once completed, it will welcome global cruisers. It will be operational in 2009. For its future development, the HOS will be comprised of the Oceanview Towers which is a residential condominium project, the Oceanview Resort, Oceanview Island Spa and the Oceanview Town Villas," detailed Gatchi. And I was also informed that this dream real estate development of Boboy Bangayan took years of careful planning to realize.

It is definitely Island Garden City of Samal's gem of a landmark in the making. The kids definitely had a grand time with the lineup of activities prepared for them. Young Texan, Sam Seaborn, wo spent some years studying in an international school in Davao, demonstrated how to play the disk golf.

Other kids chose kite flying; while still others went biking around the exclusive village. All these kiddie activities happening while mom and dad, the prospective buyers, had their Oceanview Tour conducted by the HOS lifestyle experts. As for me, I enjoyed the complimentary foot and back massage provided by a well-trained masseuse from the Holiday Spa within the Jing Puentespina make-shift tent setup near the viewing deck where we had our lunch.

My ever palangga Jing also did the impressive landscaping of the HOS. In this global recession we are in, please remember that quality real estate assets are far better for your hard earned money investments. They do not depreciate in value unlike the high-risk stock investments.

For more details, checkout www.holidayoceanview.com or call tel.no.3030778.
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by Manuel T. Cayon
August 8, 2010
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Across the main wall inside the new public safety command center building here is an initial set of 16 closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras monitoring 65 street intersections and the Davao International Airport.

Upstairs is the so-called war-room where disaster officials assess the data coming in every few minutes and map out responses to cataclysmic events such as flashflood, disease outbreak, crime and terrorism.

Outside are the more than 1,000 police personnel equipped with new mobile cars, motorcycles and bicycles.

The city has its own version of the world-famed 911 Emergency Response with its 18 ambulances outfitted with lifesaving gadgets, four rubber boats, three fiberglass boats, two amphibious all-terrain vehicles and modern equipment to respond to vehicular and structural accidents.

At the headlands of four major river basins are river water trackers backed by standalone weather-station gadgets and automatic weather-station gadgets attached to the cellular-phone towers of Smart Communications, tapped to relay emergency mobile messages to the command center.

At a budget of P704 million, this city mounted the country’s first public safety and disaster-management and operations center, backed by a trained, equipped and experienced emergency-response unit, designated to coordinate police, traffic, health, social and emergency services, as well as disaster-management agencies in disaster and other emergency situations.

The public safety command center, built at the compound of the former public market in the SIR, New Matina near downtown, was part of the third phase of the traffic-signalization program of the city and was designed and constructed by Los Angeles, the US-based Abratique and Associate Inc.

The traffic network built sometime in 2006 was patterned after the US system that operates electronically and aided by road sensors. The second phase was the expanded coverage of the traffic-signal system.

The setup inside the command center approximates the coordination system used in disaster nerve centers in developed countries, such as the Brevard Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in Brevard County, Space Coast, Florida, in the US. This center “uses telephone, television and the Emergency Services of the County Sheriff, the City Police and the Fire Departments to provide coordinated management of all services for cataclysmic events such as hurricanes, floods and terrorism,” said a briefer from the Brevard EOC.

Aside from putting up the nerve center, the third phase includes the acquisition of more vehicles and equipment to respond to natural disasters, made more urgent with the helplessness of disaster agencies in the national capital and Luzon to respond to distressed persons while emergency help was needed the most.

The police acquired 10 new mobile vans on top of the more than 20 vans. The emergency-response system, or 911 for short, acquired 11 new ambulances equipped with the latest automatic external defibrillator, a lifesaving apparatus that applies electrical impulses to the heart and manned by paramedics; new all-terrain vehicles; fiberglass boats; and four rubber boats.

Its other fleet of vehicles includes fire trucks with a pumper, a device to help pump water from the hydrants to the trucks; three rescue vehicles—with one mounted with rescue equipment and the other two are rescue vans.

Its motor boats have scuba-diving equipment, which are top-of-the-line products of Zodiac, the company that provides the needs of the US Navy Seals. Scuba divers are also always placed on standby.

The 911 system is also equipped for mountain rescue and road accidents, with rappelling equipment for mountain and building rescue, and spreaders and pneumatic cutters for vehicle and other road accidents.

The 911 Emergency Hotline here is only the third place in the world to be operating outside the US and Canada. The 911 call-in system operates through the accurate tracking system used by the Aboitiz-owned Davao Light and Power Co., which provided the software similar to its tracking system to locate individual household consumers and electric posts.

What comes next, Monsanto said, is putting up “coordinated land or mobile-phone lines” in barangays, trainings and installing systematic evacuation systems in the disaster-prone areas.”

He said the city plans to refine the communication system between them and the police to ensure that the CCTV cameras would be used “to preempt the commission of crimes rather than become mere video recording of what had happened.”

The command center, to be headed by retired Col. Mario Verner Monsanto, the head of the 911, was covered by Executive Order 12, issued by Mayor Sara Z. Duterte.

“This is actually the dream of Mayor [Rodrigo, Sara’s father] Duterte, who has been working on this because he wants the residents of this city protected from terrorism, as well as natural disasters,” she said during the blessing and opening of the command center on July 28.

Smart Communication Inc. (Smart) and Ateneo de Davao University both helped in the area of weather-and-flood tracking. Smart provides access to its short message system and its disaster-management experience culled from its response to the two airplane crashes in Cagayan de Oro and in Samal, Davao del Norte, in the last decade.

Ateneo de Davao University provides the software and the gadget for river water tracking and the small box-like and stand-alone weather-station gadget, which it won during the electronic competition sponsored by Smart. The school submitted the gadget as a search-and-rescue equipment.

In the area of communication and disaster tracking, Mon Isberto, public affairs group head of Smart, said, “The city has the three basic requirements for us to come in and help install the disaster-management system that is well-suited for a mobile-phone network.”

First, he said, “The city requested us to come in. That means that this was demand-driven, not something that we offered and persuaded people to adapt.” Second, there was the need “to respond to the flood”; and third, “the city has the means, the resources and the capability to respond to the data that would be fed to the command center.”
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IMO, it's not yet time for Davao. Most of the projects are in low-rise category and only 1 considered as high rise (Lumiere) but proposal stage still.
move on boy...
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