IN AN effort to promote local development and continue being the region’s partner on its road to recovery, Davao-based property developer Damosa Land, Inc. (DLI) officially launched Bridgeport on February 18, 2022.
The premier real estate and agro-industrial developer’s newest mixed-use development is inspired by the US East Coast community, featuring low-density condominium buildings, premium open lots, a condotel, commercial area and events place, and an exclusive marina.
Showcasing one of Damosa Land’s many carefully-planned estates, Bridgeport is a 13-hectare low-density marina development that highlights the premium township as a unique project that will serve as the perfect secondary leisure home where families can experience the luxury and serenity of seaside life. Strategically located in Caliclic, Island Garden City of Samal, Bridgeport is only five minutes away from Davao City by an exclusive powerboat.
“The Kick Off 2022 launch of Bridgeport exemplifies the capabilities and opportunities Damosa Land has to offer in the evolving real estate landscape,” shares Ricardo F. Lagdameo, president of Damosa Land, Inc. “Bridgeport does not only offer a scenic waterfront location where accomplished individuals can call their home but also brings in investment opportunities given its strategic location and distinct lifestyle experience. Those aspiring to live a quality life without compromising work and business can look to Bridgeport to grow their business or family.”
Local businesses can continue to thrive as the property can bring in investors at its very own commercial and events space.
Damosa Land is entering 2022 headstrong with the launching of their other developments with real estate, agri-business, tourism, and manufacturing remaining as key sectors driving diversified investment in the Davao region. This includes Damosa Diamond Tower, Damosa Land’s 17-story tower that showcases sustainable green architecture designs; the agri-tourism component of Agriya, Naturetainment, which is an attraction that will allow children and adults to experience nature and farm life and the commercial center of Anflo Industrial Estate, the 63-hectare Special Economic Zone registered under the Philippine Economic Zone Authority which hopes to attract both local and foreign investors to diversify and enrich the economy in the region.
The company will continue to roll out its expansion of Regus Centers in Mindanao, tapping into the market of other key cities in the region such as General Santos and Cagayan de Oro. Its partnership with the University of the Philippines is also seen to yield fruition with the construction of the UP Professional School of Agriculture and the Environment in Panabo City.
The guest of honor was Mayor Al David Uy of the Island Garden City of Samal. Event planner Annie Paz Lim transformed the event center into a magical sea world setting utilizing products of Tadeco banana fabrics and decors. A virtual video greeting by Tanya Rabat Tan, regional director of DOT XI was featured during the launching and unveiling of the scale model of Bridgeport.
“Damosa Land, Inc. remains committed to supporting the recovery of the Philippine economy through providing growth opportunities in Davao Region,” says Lagdameo. “The sustainable and innovative solution present in our various projects is a testament to our belief in the potential of the local Davao community that we hope to contribute to its progress.”
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