Camella to launch Riverfront

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Sunday, July 27, 2014

SETTING benchmarks in the real estate market, Camella paves the way for another paramount residential enclave that blends comfort and luxury in one community – Riverfront.

Just recently, the leading developer of quality homes in the Philippines facilitated the groundbreaking ceremonies for its newest 10-hectare property development.

The project is situated within a 70-hectare development in the hills atop Talamban dubbed as The Riverscapes, the new emerging residential hub of Metro Cebu.


Soon, Camella will be launching Riverfront as its welcome addition to its well-placed enclaves within the sprawling community of The Riverscapes, that includes Riverdale, Riverwalk (Camella Talamban), Riverine (Miramonte), Riverside (Lessandra Miramonte) and Riverview (Lessandra Talamban).

Among the amenities that Riverfront will offer to its future homeowners is a clubhouse with swimming pool, jogging paths and bike lanes as well as landscaped parks and gardens, all secured within a perimeter fence with a well-guarded entrance gate.

The property also features an impressive 412 lot-only and house-and-lot options from Camella’s best-selling two-storey home models. Each unit has an al fresco, upper floor balcony and car garage features, especially designed for growing families, OFWs, or retirees planning to upgrade their homes.

You can find all these conveniences within only a 10-minute ride away from the Banilad-Mandaue junction where prominent schools, several offices, restaurants and the Gaisano Grand Mall in Talamban is located, and a mere 20-minute ride away from the city center.

Keep up with the latest Camella info, news, events and announcements through Like “Camella Official” on Facebook and follow “@CamellaOfficial” on Twitter.

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on July 28, 2014.


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