CDO DEVELOPER PRESENTS LATEST PROJECT IN BATANGAS

“We always strive to be steps ahead of the competition. As the company is commencing for expansion we are teaming up with competitive and dynamic people in the business, “ said Atty. Jojo Leviste, President of publicly-listed Italpinas Development Corp.

 

IDC,  a green developer that has heavily invested in the city of Cagayan de Oro, is starting to expand and is now aggressive to open for sale the company’s first phase of new development in Luzon.

Last June 24, 2017, IDC successfully partnered with the realty brokers and sales agents in time for the seminar on the Real Estate Service Act of the Philippines (RA 9646) held in Calamba, Laguna. The event was made possible through the efforts of Calamba Laguna Real Estate Board, Inc. (CLRB)- Philippine Association of Real Estate Boards, Inc. (PAREB).

It was a prestigious real estate seminar graced by the PRC Chairman himself, Dr. Eduardo G. Ong, PhD, DPA, DBA, which attracted more than 390 Licensed Brokers and Sellers of Calamba, Laguna. It was participated also by the officers of CLRB-PAREB, and various sectors including HLURB, NBI, BIR, LGU, and real estate developers.

IDC presented the Miramonti project, a soon to rise landmark in Santo Tomas, Batangas. IDC is excited and optimistic on commencing the project.

Miramonti in Santo Tomas, Batangas

Miramonti will sit over a 2,057 sqm. land area for its first phase. It will comprise of residential, commercial and office spaces.

Miramonti will harness green strategies and will carry the IDC authentic Italian design. The said project is expected to launch in September 2017.

Sto. Tomas is part of the Philippines’ new beltway of economic growth along the expressways connecting the capital region with Batangas Port. Easily accessible from South Luzon Expressway and adjacent to the Light Industry and Science Park III, Miramonti is soon to become the Sto. Tomas landmark and an essential point of reference for the expanding residential and commercial communities in Southern Luzon.