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Torre Lorenzo launches its newest premium residence, Crown Residences at Tierra Davao

Torre Lorenzo Development Corporation (TLDC), the developer behind Davao City’s first 5-star residential development Dusit Thani Residence Davao, dusitD2 Davao hotel, and Davao de Oro’s Dusit Thani Lubi Plantation Resort, officially launches Crown Residences–its newest residential development in Davao City. The announcement was made during the groundbreaking ceremony held for its showroom set to be opened by the end of the year.

Amenity Floor

Located in its integrated-use development Tierra Davao, Crown Residences is thoughtfully-master-planned to be in the same vicinity as dusitD2 Davao hotel and Dusit Thani Residence Davao, which is a mere minutes’ drive to the airport, and commercial and business districts.

1 Bedroom
1 Bedroom Living Room

“We’re in Davao for the long haul. The Davao region is seen to be one of the top-performing economies in the country, so it’s a very attractive investment destination for industrial, residential, hospitality and leisure industries,” says TLDC CEO Tomas Lorenzo. “We hope to cater to the growing property demand here and elevate lifestyles as we bring Torre Lorenzo’s signature quality residences in Davao.”

Studio 1
Studio 2

Envisioned to bring a new level of living in Davao City, Crown Residences will have 40% open space to support the physical and mental well-being of residents. The exclusive amenities include a yoga and meditation garden, jogging path, swimming pool, children’s playground, fitness center, and function rooms. The development is also pet-friendly, a dedicated pet park is incorporated in the design of the amenities to accommodate pets of residents.

(L-R) Raymart Yap, TLDC Business Development Manager, Cathy Casares-Ko, TLDC Chief Operations Officer; Tomas P. Lorenzo, TLDC Chief Executive Officer; Jennifer Umali, TLDC Chief Finance Officer; Carlo Chavez, TLDC Davao Administrative Head; Ramir Ramos, Project Manager
(L-R) Celine Joson, TLDC External Affairs Head; Cathy Casares-Ko, TLDC Chief Operations Officer; Tomas P. Lorenzo, TLDC Chief Executive Officer; Belinda Reyes, Partner; Jennifer Umali, TLDC Chief Finance Officer; Charity Caoile, TLDC Financial Controller

Says TLDC COO Cathy Casares-Ko: “Torre Lorenzo has earned a reputation for its quality residential developments. At Crown Residences, we’re going to have our standard in-house property management to ensure comfort and peace of mind of residents. With its prestigious location, premium development, and thoughtfully-designed amenities, Crown Residences will not only be a viable investment and great half-way house, but also a home to Davaoeños.”

(L-R) Kristel Chavez, Sales Division Head; Cathy Casares-Ko, TLDC Chief Operations Officer; Tomas P. Lorenzo, TLDC Chief Executive Officer; Mae Valdez, Area Sales Head for VisMin; Jennifer Umali, TLDC Chief Finance Officer; Jonee Abella, Sales Division Head

At its full development, Tierra Davao will be a Php 3.2 billion integrated-use development with two residential towers called the Crown Residences and the Crest Residences, a future office and commercial towers, anchored by the dusitD2 Hotel and Dusit Thani Residence.

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About Torre Lorenzo Development Corporation: 

Torre Lorenzo Development Corporation (TLDC) is a real estate developer engaged in building communities that pursue niche markets and untapped demographic segments. Equipped with an intuitive understanding about the markets they serve, the visionaries behind TLDC anticipate the needs of the emerging affluent communities and develop residential and leisure properties customized to address every requirement to upgrade their quality of life.

For more information, please visit www.torrelorenzo.com

For more information, contact:

Alyssa Salang
Corporate Communications Manager
Email: algsalang@torrelorenzo.com
Mobile: 0917-776-102

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