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Don Tim Development Corporation: Paving the path towards better homes

/ 01:59 PM March 04, 2021

Living within the crowded confines of Metro Manila in a pandemic has not been ideal for many Filipino families. The greater risk of COVID-19 infection and the resulting government-imposed restrictions for people living within congested cities have caused many Filipino families to buy homes located beyond Metro Manila’s boundaries, where a safer and better quality of life awaits.

Just a short distance from Metro Manila, the province of Cavite has become the preferred locale for  Don Tim Development Corporation (DTDC), a well-established and respected real estate developer, to create expansive developments that provide scenic, spacious and classy neighborhoods for the well-appointed homes they build.

Established in 1981, (DTDC) is a real estate development company that currently lays claim to over 70 hectares of property in prime locations in Cavite. These properties, divided among four residential subdivisions are all known to be thriving, sustainable communities that foster family well-being: Monte Vista and Alta Monte, in Tagaytay City; Montebello in Alfonso; and South Midland in Silang. 

From its first residential project in 1990 which is Monte Vista to South Midland a few years after, 

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DTDC has aggressively developed their flagship project- Alta Monte. A sprawling 12.7-hectare village located on prime Tagaytay real estate along Magallanes Drive, Alta Monte allows residents some peace and privacy without being too far from the attractions and conveniences of the city. And to answer an evolving demand, Alta Monte recently added a low-density condominium project: The Leisure Suites. Each Leisure Suites cluster contains six units – a combination of one-, two-, and three-bedroom condominiums. Each unit comes with a foyer, living area, dining area, kitchen area, service area and carport, and ground floor units also come with a lanai and a pocket garden.

Another project that’s currently being pushed is Montebello- an expansive residential boutique development along Alfonso Cavite- an easy drive from the attractions of Tagaytay on one end, and the beaches of Batangas on the other. This 15.4-hectare village is the site of two of its new offerings. First is the Lilac Twins- duplex bungalow units which are stylish and space-efficient. Each Twin, or half of the bungalow is comprised of two bedrooms, one bathroom, service or drying area, a veranda, foyer entrance, garden, and a carport. Then there is the larger Daisy, a 2-storey- single attached structure which boasts of the same amenities.

As a family corporation spanning two generations, DTDC has earned the impeccable reputation of improving the quality of living of Filipino families by offering functional-premium housing developments, first rate features and amenities, reasonable prices, convenient locations, and customer-oriented service. 

Founded by its Chairman and President Agustin Leong, DTDC is composed of industry professionals dedicated to applying the values of teamwork, integrity, professionalism, and innovation. Now, more than ever, Don Tim Development Corporation is ready and committed to help Filipinos lead superior lives in the “new normal” by paving their path towards a better home”.

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