QUADRUPLE A developer DMCI Homes continues to harness technology-enabled services to further enhance the living experience in its Verdon Parc condominium project along Ecoland Drive, Davao City.
After completing the seismic upgrades on the project’s four residential buildings, DMCI Homes has been busy adopting technological tools to make condo-living even more pleasurable and convenient for residents.
Just recently, DMCI Homes installed a fully touchless intelligent biometric reader at the main entrance of Verdon Parc to boost the condominium’s health and safety measures amid the lifestyle changes brought about by the coronavirus health crisis.
The device is equipped with facial recognition; face and palm verification; body temperature detection; and mask identification features that are useful in ensuring the health and safety of residents through multi-layered and hygienic screening and identification of residents and guests entering the condominium complex.
Verdon Parc resident Edgar Cordero welcomed the installation of the biometric reader noting its numerous benefits to the community.
“With biometrics, digital identity verification is much achieved and advanced fraud detection is ensured since the face and fingerprint readers are used for identifying residents,” Cordero said.
Apart from boosting security and health protocols inside the property, DMCI Homes is also making use of technology to help residents better adapt to the essentials of “new normal” living.
Common areas of the resort-inspired development are now covered by high-speed Wi-Fi service to help residents in their remote working and distance learning needs.
DMCI Homes has also rolled out its DMCI Communities mobile app to help residents conveniently access property management and community services such as the processing of gate pass, and work permit applications.
The app software likewise serves as a platform where residents can find all the announcements, advisories, and other important notifications released by their respective Property Management Offices (PMOs) including well-awaited community events such as free swimming classes, outreach projects, bazaars, and other DMCI Homes community development initiatives all subject to standard health protocols.
DMCI Homes Vice President for Project Development Dennis Yap said the company will also be introducing a coworking facility to make it more convenient for residents to do their work, school, or personal chores in the comfort of their community.
“All these added services and features are part of our initiative to raise the living experience at Verdon Parc amid the lifestyle changes brought about by the pandemic,” Yap said.
“We have to continue looking for ways to attend to the evolving needs and preferences of our residents so they can enjoy condominium living to the fullest,” he added.
Verdon Parc is one of the developments of DMCI Homes, the country’s first Quadruple A real estate developer known for building quality resort-inspired communities in Mega Manila, Baguio City, Boracay, and Davao City. Each of its properties is built with world-standard craftsmanship borne from D.M. Consunji Inc.’s over 60 years of expertise in the construction and development industry.
To learn more about Verdon Parc and other DMCI Homes’ pre-selling and ready for occupancy projects, units for lease, and special promos, call (682) 2970447 and (682) 327-3438 in Davao and 324-8888 in Manila. You can also visit leasing.dmcihomes.com to know more about opportunities in leasing and rent-to-own programs of DMCI Homes. News and other updates are also posted on the company’s official website and its social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Verdon Parc is a four-building condominium project along Ecoland Drive, Davao City.
The fully touchless intelligent biometric reader is installed at the entrance of Verdon Parc’s Clubhouse.
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