Damosa Land working on a major Davao mixed-use development

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Bridgeport from Damosa Land is a new mixed-use development in Davao

Damosa Land recently launched a major Davao mixed-use development that is unlike anything seen before in the region. The 13-hectare low density project is situated on the sea and features a design inspired by quaint New England townships found along the United States’ east coast.

The new Davao mixed-use development will have condominiums, premium open lots, a condotel, commercial area, events space and a marina. Damosa Land has christened the project Bridgeport.

“Kicking off 2022 with the launch of Bridgeport exemplifies the capabilities and opportunities Damosa Land has to offer in the evolving real-estate landscape,” Damosa Land President Ricardo F. Lagdameo told local media during a recent event. “Bridgeport does not only offer a scenic waterfront location where accomplished individuals can call their home but also brings in investment opportunities given its strategic location and distinct lifestyle experience. Those aspiring to live a quality life without compromising work and business can look to Bridgeport to grow their business or family.”

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Bridgeport is located on the Island Garden City of Samal and can be reached from Davao City in five minutes via speedboat. Damosa Land was careful to create low density living spaces as well as numerous green areas since these are in high demand. Turnover could begin as soon as 2025.

With the developer confident of a Philippine property market recovery, the Davao mixed-use development will support these efforts in the region.

“Damosa Land Inc. remains committed to supporting the recovery of the Philippine economy through providing growth opportunities in Davao Region,” Lagdameo noted. “The sustainable and innovative solution present in our various projects is a testament to our belief in the potential of the local Davao community that we hope to contribute to its progress.”