DMCI Homes Expands High-Rise, Mid-Rise Condos

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DMCI Homes Expands High-Rise, Mid-Rise Condos


[caption id="attachment_70119" align="alignleft" width="245"] Lumiere Residences in Mandaluyong City.[/caption] DMCI Homes continues its naturally lighted and ventilated high-rise and mid-rise residences with the launch of five new condominium projects that feature innovative building design. These are Levina Place, Lumiere Residences, Sheridan Towers, Viera Residences and The Birchwood Residences. The five master-planned condo communities bring the outdoor ambience in mid-rise and high-rise homes. The three six-story buildings in Levina Place in Pasig City and five six-story buildings of Birchwood Residence in Acacia Estates, Taguig City will have breezeways or openings on each side of every floor, single-loaded corridors in upper floors and atriums on the ground floor. The openings allow fresh air to flow in and stale or hot air to be sucked out while daylight illuminates the building interior. They also serve as aesthetic visual relief and contribute to energy conservation because hallway lights doesnt have to be turned on 24/7 and air-conditioning use is lessened. The 37-storey buildings of Lumiere Residences in Pasig City, 41-story buildings of Sheridan Towers also in Pasig, and 27-story building of Viera Residences in Quezon City will have the same eco-friendly design plus Sky Patios or five-story high openings on the front and back of the building every five floors. …

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