Japanese-inspired condominium development for nature-lovers


Japanese-inspired condominium

Gone are the days when concrete and cold empty hallways come to mind when you think of condominium living. Since gardening has once again become a popular hobby, condominium owners have turned into plantitos and plantitas.  More people have been drawn to it lately as they turned to growing houseplants to relieve themselves of coronavirus lockdown stress and anxiety.

For the past few months, there has been an increased desire to have more greenery close by, showing once again how nature can provide a sense of calm especially at a time of uncertainty.

This same healing wonders inspired Quadruple A developer DMCI Homes to design Kai Garden Residences, a Japanese architecture-inspired condominium project set to rise in M. Vicente Street, Mandaluyong City.

Japanese-inspired condominium

Envisioned to be an urban oasis in the heart of the city, Kai Garden Residences aims to bring solace and inspiration to future residents with its variety of plants, flowers, and trees set around a verdant Japanese Garden.

Whether you are a nature-lover or just an admirer, everyone will certainly find something to delight about especially when the garden is blooming in full vigor.

To make the landscape distinctive and authentic as a typical Japanese Garden, DMCI Homes plans to utilize the Philippine equivalent of popular Japanese flowering trees such as the iconic Cherry Blossom and the Japanese maple trees as part of the project's vegetation.

Japanese-inspired condominium

Every nook and corner of the property promises to be a showcase of colors as DMCI Homes plans to make use of Salingbobog (Crateva religiosa), Banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa), Fire tree (Delonix regia), Palo Santo (Triplaris cumingiana Polygonaceae), or the flamboyant Palawan Cherry (Cassia nodosa) to offer bright blooms and refreshing greens.

DMCI Homes also aims to feature local trees like Katmon (Dillenia philippinensis), and Ylang-Ylang (Caanga odorata) as well as shrubs such as the sweet-smelling Kamuning (Murraya paniculata), or the prolific bloomer Bougainvillea (Bougainvillea spectabilis) to provide structure and points of interest in this garden community.

Complemented by DMCI Homes’ signature first rate resort-inspired amenities, these vibrant trees and shrubs with a delightful display of foliage colors, will surely make living in Kai Garden Residences a restful seclusion while enjoying easy access of all the conveniences and joys of urban living.

Amenities include a lounge area, bar and game area, audio-visual room, fitness gym, roofdeck, function room, swimming pool complex, basketball court, play area, picnic area, outdoor fitness area, and jogging path.

Moreover, all of the property’s three towers—Sugi, Icho and Hinoki—will bear healthy building designs to further promote the health and well-being of residents.

Japanese-inspired condominium

This green building design called Lumiventt® Design Technology allows sunlight and cross ventilation inside condominium units to improve indoor air quality and reduce risks posed by trapped or stale air like asthma and allergies.

With all these green and sustainable features, Kai Garden Residences is certainly a great buy at P5.01 million onwards.

Units with gross floor area ranging from 24 to 81.5 square meters (sq.m.) are targeted for completion in January 2023 for Sugi building, January 2024 for Icho building, and from June 2024 to January 2025 (depending on the floor level) for Hinoki building.

Kai Garden Residences is one of the developments of DMCI Homes, the country’s first Quadruple A developer known for building quality resort-inspired communities in Mega Manila, Baguio, Boracay and Davao City. Each of its properties is built with world-standard craftsmanship borne from D.M. Consunji Inc.'s over 60 years of expertise in the construction and development industry.

To learn more about Kai Garden Residences and other DMCI Homes projects, call (632) 5324-8888. News and other updates are also posted on the company's official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.