Bria Homes expands portfolio

BRIA HOMES will expand its portfolio of housing developments, as it sees sustained demand. — COURTESY OF BRIA HOMES

REAL ESTATE developer Bria Homes is continuing to expand its portfolio of housing developments.

In a statement, Bria Homes said it will soon launch “vertical villages,” which it described as a cluster of mid-rise residential condominiums targeting small families and young professionals.

The developer said the vertical villages will offer amenities such as a communal clubhouse with function halls, swimming pools, play areas, and complete gym facilities.

Bria Homes will also launch a series of smaller pocket developments called Bria Cityville in Montalban, Rizal, and Danao, Cebu.

Bria Cityville offers house-and-lots, targeting Filipino professionals looking to live just outside of Metro Manila.

For those who need more space for expansion, the developer is introducing Bria Executive. These exclusive communities will be located next to existing Bria communities in Cagayan de Oro; Maco, Davao de Oro; Pililla, Rizal; and Naga, Camarines Sur.

“As in all Bria projects, these new product lines will bear the features and elements that mark Bria communities as Filipinos’ homes of choice: proximity to schools, hospitals, and retail establishments; recreational amenities such as basketball courts, multi-purpose halls, and eco-friendly spaces; and security facilities like 24-hour CCTV cameras, perimeter fences, and guarded entrances and exits,” the company said.

Bria Homes is a subsidiary of publicly listed company Golden Bria Holdings, Inc.

On Monday, Golden Bria told the stock exchange its board of directors approved the move to change its corporate name to Golden MV Holdings, Inc.

The company, led by tycoon Manuel B. Villar, Jr., said it would seek the stockholders’ approval of the amendment to its articles of incorporation by way of written assent. Forms will be sent to stockholders.

For the written assent solicitation, the board set the record date on Dec. 10, 2020.

Meanwhile, Golden Haven Memorial Parks, Inc., another subsidiary of Golden Bria, launched the first and only real-time interactive wake viewing in the country.

Through “wake connect,” bereaved families can attend their kin’s wake and funeral services through Golden Haven’s official website.

A virtual tour of the memorial park is also available on the Golden Haven website. Prospective buyers can check out the features of Golden Haven’s properties.

Current clients can now make reservations, schedule park visits, and pay bills on the website or access QR codes posted on Golden Haven’s official Facebook page.

“These are trying times for everyone. But Golden Haven rises to the occasion by providing efficient digital services to our clients. The same Alagang Golden philosophy that makes us a leading name in the Philippine deathcare industry is set to ensure that our clients may honor memories of their dearly departed under any or all circumstances,” Rizalito “Red” J. Rosales, chief operating officer of Golden Haven, said.

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