Built to last.
Posted November 17, 2017 at 04:52 pm by Manila Standard.
The Malate Construction and Development Corporation (MCDC) recently announced that it is focusing on growth outside of Metro Manila, particularly Laguna and Batangas, as well as Cagayan De Oro.
“We don’t just build houses, we build homes,” claimed MCDC president and CEO Giovanni J. Olivares. He added that MCDC homes are not just built to last, but are also a sight to behold. Architect Melvin Patawaran, a member of the Heritage Conservation Society, has been designing MCDC’s projects.
These include Terrazza de Sto. Tomas in Sto. Tomas Batangas, which marries open spaces and old world Italian charm. MCDC has built nearly 20,000 homes for Filipino families over the past 30 years.
The MCDC group, which includes business units Ecoverde and Ovialand, has a P500 million capitalization. Ecoverde focuses on houses worth P450 thousand to P1.7 million, while Ovialand caters to the P1.8 million to P3 million market segment.