|Last update||2016-01-05 18:51:44|
|Construction Status||Ongoing Construction|
|Turnover Date||Wisteria 7/1/2015 | Marsala 9/1/2015 | Peridot 11/1/2015 | Canary 2/1/2016 | Aqua 5/1/2016 | Flamingo 9/1/2016 | Lime 12/1/2016|
Inspired by vacation spots in the Polynesian islands of the Pacific, DMCI Homes takes the concept of residential resort living to alluring new heights. The Hawaiian-Polynesian architectural theme finds modern expression in the almost 3.5-hectare condominium community of Verawood Residences.
Families looking to upgrade to a new condo unit for their growing needs and thriving lifestyle will find in Verawood Residences an invitation to live their dream vacation all-year-round. Its ground level amenities that foster family and community interaction reinforce the design scheme showcasing the Pacific islands’ spirit of openness to the outdoors and to diverse nature elements.
|Price Range||4M - 5.2M|
|Location and Vicinity Map|
DISTANCE TO KEY AREAS
Makati CBD - 8 km The FORT / BGC - 4 km Ortigas CBD - 8 km
International School - 4 km / 15 mins British School - 4 km / 15 mins Colegio de San Agustin - 5 km / 20 mins Assumption College - 8 km / 20 mins
HospitalsSt. Luke's Hospital-BGC - 5 km / 15 mins Makati Medical Center - 9 km / 25 mins
Market!Market! - 3 km / 10 mins Bonifacio High Street - 4 km / 15 mins Greenbelt - 8 km / 20 mins Tiendesitas - 9 km / 20 mins
NAIA 1 - 8 km/ 30 mins Centennial Terminal - 8 km / 30 mins NAIA 3 - 7 km / 20 mins Domestic Airport - 8 km / 25 minswww.condolifemanila.com/quick-search-map/
Live completely worry free! Let your community work wonders for the peace, comfort, and security of your family. Accessible via C-5 Road and a few minutes away from Makati Central Business District and Bonifacio Global City, the project is situated in the heart of the Acacia Estates, Taguig.
Modern roof materials in the form of asphalt shingles that imitate the look and color of traditional thatched roof with projecting elements like wood beams in the middle, simple lines, white stucco walls, light colored accents of wood and stone all form the physical attributions of Hawaiian- Polynesian architectural feel. In such design scheme, one truly feels the openess to the outdoors and truly have that island vibe within the community.
Hawaiian-Polynesian architectural theme, Unit Balconies, Single Loaded Hallways, Scenic Elevator per building, Mail area per building, Service Area at the roof deck, Fire alarm and fire hose cabinets at the corridors, Fire exits at both wings Wisteria Building Marsala Building
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