Back to nature is the future

ACACIA house model in Ameria.

September 10, 2022

Preserving open spaces has never been more befitting than now among real estate developers as its natural and health benefits are further aligned with mitigating Covid-19.

Where urban-centric projects were once considered as the premium areas for growth, the digital dive among various sectors during the pandemic has caused a shift in this mindset. Now, the game has changed and wide, open spaces preferably outside of the crowded metro are enjoying a rise in demand especially among homebuyers.

Alongside new infrastructures like roads and bridges launched by government, big property players are now gearing up for projects that call for future residents who are yearning for a better lifestyle where they can work, live and enjoy nature.

In Mindanao, developer Damosa Land is at the pulse of the renewed market interest on eco-friendly developments that are also boosted by the agricultural and economic developments in the Davao region.

Located in the agriculture-rich area of Panabo, Davao Del Norte is Damosa Land’s premier subdivision in Panabo called Ameria, and which is within Agriya — an agri-tourism site recognized by the Department of Tourism as among the country’s “future farms” where wide-open spaces are the future of real estate.

Photographs courtesy of Damosa land
DAMOSA Land strives to establish green and eco-friendly spaces for its residents.

Redesigning demands

Outdoor spaces remain a premium especially at a time when Healthcare Professionals Alliance Against Covid-19 (HPAAC) has called for urban planners and public health advocates to address the need for more green spaces in the country.

The World Health Organization (WHO), on the other hand, also stressed that outdoor spaces and doing physical activities in natural environments are beneficial to one’s mental health.

As a repsonse to these calls, Damosa Land claims that it has “allotted over 6,000 square meters of space for open parks, playgrounds, and community garden patches for the future residents of Ameria. This is as big as an average of 13 basketball courts combined — a strong testament to their perseverance to develop green communities in the South.”

Damosa Land president Cary Lagdameo said, “We want our investors and residents to feel safe and free within our integrated communities, like Ameria. We strive to establish green and eco-friendly spaces, so that individuals and families alike can breathe clean and fresh air while engaging in fun community activities within the property.”

In 2020, Ameria was awarded by PropertyGuru as Winner of Best Housing Development in Metro Davao. This is in addition to Agriya’s award from the same body as Winner of Best Residential Green Development. Complementing this goal of building nature-friendly neighborhoods, each available lot and model unit include urban garden spaces strategically designed to inspire individuals to cultivate their own food.

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