|Balanced living at Royal Palm Residences|
August 23, 2009
Everyone deserves a balanced life, and this is what DMCI Homes aims to address with its latest development, the Royal Palm Residences.
True to its reputation as a “resort-themed, residential condominium specialist,” DMCI has come up with a Thai tropical resort-inspired condominium community designed to promote a holistic lifestyle.
“Royal Palm Residences is one of the components of the Asian-themed residential enclave situated within DMCI Homes' Township Central,” said Adam Trinidad, project director. “It's distinctive theme of Thai tropical resort living gives residents an idyllic community where they can enjoy both suburban advantages and urban conveniences through its strategic location.”
Set on a four-hectare prime property on the quiet side of emerging Taguig City, Royal Palm Residences features a clustered community of eight medium-rise and two high-rise condominiums. The architecture contributes to the soothing elements through the use of traditional Thai design characterized by subtle tones, organic earth colors, ornate roof profiles and calming water elements. Balance is noticeable through the infusion of contemporary touches to give the structure timeless appeal. While the buildings are modern, natural elements are preserved through landscaped open areas where trees and flowering plants abound i.e., the picnic grove, aromatic garden, and orchard shade.
Situated within Taguig City, the development is easily accessible via C-5 Road, and is a few minutes' drive to Bonifacio Global City and Makati Central Business Distirct. Commercial and retail establishments and medical institutions, as well as the metro's domestic and international airports are all within close proximity.
Royal Palm Residences is composed of 10 condominiums buildings whose names convey further allusions to Thailand: Karon, Kata, Phuket, Yanoi, Nui, Pansea, Railay, Samui, Kamala and Rawai—all derived from Thailand's famous beaches and island resort destinations.
Karon and Kata are now thriving homes to more than 50 families who have already moved in to their units in May. Scheduled for turnover this month are Yanoi and Phuket buildings, while Nui and Pansea are set for completion in October and November this year. Railay and Samui will be completed in 2010 while the two high-rise towers, Kamala and Rawai, will be launched to the market in the near future.
Unit buyers can choose from a variety of unit types to suit their lifestyle needs: the 53.5-sqm studio unit, 53.5-sqm one-bedroom unit, 60-sqm 2-bedroom unit, the 91-sqm three-bedroom end unit and 120- sqm three-bedroom tandem unit.
Trinidad further added: “City dwelling means living within the urban locale, but it doesn't mean that residents have to endure its stressful consequences. Once completed, Royal Palm Residences will emerge as an ideal home with a refreshing new theme that's unlike anything else in the city. It will offer them a balanced and healthy lifestyle in a true haven.”
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