DMCI Project Developers, Inc. has completed the construction of its Mirea Residences project in Pasig City eight months ahead of schedule, allowing unit owners to move in earlier than expected.
The company operating under DMCI Homes said in a statement that it has started turning over the units in Aleia, the final tower of its medium-rise tower complex Mirea Residences. With this, all eight towers are now ready for occupancy, ahead of the committed completion date of August 2019.
Unveiled in 2014, Mirea Residences targeted young professionals looking to live near business centers like Eastwood City and Ortigas. The project stands on a 38,895-square meter property in Brgy. Santolan, Pasig, and is close to Light Rail Transit Line 2 Santolan Station.
Units at Mirea Residences consist of two-bedroom to three-bedroom layouts, spanning from 63 to 85 sq.m. in size. Prices range from Php4.17 million to Php6.8 million, according to the company’s website.
Amenities include pools, gazebo, a tree court, grill pits, clubhouse, picnic grove, game area, audio-visual room, and a function hall. It also features an indoor badminton court, basketball court, fitness gym, and jogging and biking paths.
Mirea Residences is one of DMCI Homes’ several projects in Pasig City. Other properties in the area include Brixton Place, Fairlane Residences, Sheridan Towers, Prisma Residences, and Riverfront Residences, among others.