PALMAS VERDES, a residential subdivision in Bonuan Binloc, Dagupan City, owned and developed by Arcinue Development Corporation, inaugurated its Clubhouse on April 9, 2010. Mayor Alipio Fernandez and Mrs. Gina de Venecia were among the special guests who graced the event.
After unveiling the Clubhouse, the guests were entertained by a festive street dance. The ribbon cutting ceremony was led by Mayor Alipio Fernandez followed by Father Immanuel Escano for the house blessing.
Reggae music filled the air and a banquet of delectable cocktails; halo-halo and fresh fruit shakes were served. Many got a taste of the GSM Blue mixed with fruit juices prepared by Ginebra.
Johnette Alissandraise, a skin and aroma shop, sampled their organic soaps, lotions, oils, and colognes. Terra Spa gave free back massages to those who wanted to relax and enjoy the sea breeze.
Davies Paints showed a demo through the computerized iColor Gallery so the future homeowners would get a preview of the color schemes they would want.
Representatives from Banco de Oro, Chinabank and Postal Bank were present to answer queries regarding housing loans.
Palmas Verdes is a first-class residential subdivision. “It is catered to people who value their privacy, who want to have good sleep and wake up to the fresh sea breeze; to those who want to watch their family grow in a safe neighbourhood; who are ready to retire and enjoy the rest of their sunset years and to those who want to live a wholesome lifestyle,” said Pie Arcinue, Marketing Director of Palmas Verdes.
Palmas Verdes is a flood-free subdivision. Its amenities include the clubhouse that can accommodate 300 dining guests, swimming pools, basketball/tennis court, 24-hour security system and a conference room. It offers 8 model houses to choose from with floor areas ranging from 127 square meters to 238 square meters. House and lot packages are priced at P4 million to P8 million. It also offers lot only.
The houses at Palmas Verdes are termite-proof, fire-proof and strong against natural calamities because they are built using monolithic technology with solid concrete mix or buhos. “The main advantage of having the walls and floor slabs monolithic is that the entire structure is highly resistant to the effects of earthquakes,” according to Architect Benjamin Soriano, the official architect of Palmas Verdes.
“I thank God for giving me this golden opportunity to develop a good subdivision and build houses with strong materials for discriminating homebuyers,” said Roberto Arcinue, President of Arcinue Development Corporation.