City dwelling for young families, professionals by Manila Standard Today | Friday | May. 01, 2015 | 06:20pm
DataLand, Inc. (DLI) recently launched ‘The Olive Place’, a 50-storey mixed use development in Mandaluyong City. With scenic views of the city’s skyline, and greenery of nearby Wack Wack Golf Club, the project offers a balance between a hectic lifestyle and serene living.
At the groundbreaking rites held onsite at 407 Shaw Blvd., in Bgy. Addition Hills, were (from left to right): Susan P. Alcabao, sales & marketing head of DLI; Ruben V. Paguntalan, division head of DLI; Atty. Fely Manaois, legal manager of DLI; Arch. Annette F. Gaddi – Liganor of GF & Partners; Engr. Jose Sy; Engr. Danilo D. Tamayo, chairman of DDT Konstract Inc. (DDTKI); Leo Montenegro, president of DLI; Paul Vincent R. Chua, AVP-business development of DLI; and Joseph V. Garcia, AVP – business development of DDTKI.
What's the problem with this project? I know some agents who have been trying their best to sell this since last yr pero wala. The concept is nice but I somehow can't find any compelling reason why this is a good buy or any particular project along Shaw for that matter. It's like meeting someone cute and decent but there's no attraction 😞
What will make one like about Shaw? Walang ganap bes.
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