DMCI Homes, the country’s first Quadruple A builder-developer, is set to complete its 1.9-hectare Zinnia Towers development in North EDSA, Quezon City with the scheduled turnover of its South Tower this December.
The completion of the 45-level South Tower concludes the construction of the two-tower residential condominium development which is designed to be a refreshing sanctuary for residents amid the urbanization in the area.
The 40-level North Tower was constructed in May 2016 and has been an oasis of calm and relaxation for residents amidst one of the busiest stretches in the metro.
As the trailblazer in developing viable, livable, and sustainable communities, DMCI Homes intended Zinnia Towers to be like a blossoming flower in a sea of concrete similar to the Zinnia flower that grows in the dry grasslands throughout the American Southwest and all the way down to South America.
In fact, the developer devoted 70 percent of the land area to open spaces and amenities to bring comfort to residents.
“We aim to go beyond the expectations of our clients to ensure the best living experience in all our developments,” said DMCI Homes President Alfredo R. Austria.
“Zinnia Towers’ expansive open spaces and first-rate amenities are a testament that our priority is the well-being of residents,” he added.
The contemporary tropical themed-condominium bears the hallmarks of DMCI Homes’ innovative design and engineering including Lumiventt Design Technology which is an architectural innovation that involves the strategic placement of open-air landscaped sky patios to maximize natural light and allow better air circulation.
The resort-like atmosphere continues on to the amenities, which include a pool complex, koi pond, gazebo, tree court, lounge area, function room, audio-visual room, grand clubhouse, children’s playground, barbecue pit and garden trails.
Located in 1211 EDSA, Brgy. Katipunan, Quezon City, it is accessible to a host of commercial establishments as well as medical and educational institutions making it an ideal residence for young couples and start-up families from the provinces who would like to settle in the big city.
The area is easily accessible through the LRT Baclaran-Monumento line and the buses plying along EDSA as well as jeepneys operating in nearby routes.
And with the construction of Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3, the 14.8-kilometer, six-lane elevated expressway from Balintawak in Quezon City to Buendia in Makati City, travel time going to the southern part of the metro is expected to be reduced from over an hour-and-a-half to just 15 minutes.
All residential units are fitted with provisions for metered utilities, cable TV, telephone lines, as well as safety features such as a fire alarm and sprinkler system for the safety and convenience of residents.
A property management team, meanwhile, will attend to the needs and concerns of residents 24/7.
A convenience store, laundry service, and water delivery stations are also on site, putting basic necessities within easy access.