February 25, 2018, 7:25 am
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SMDC expands in new areas

SM Development Corp. is expanding in new areas to serve growing demand for housing. broke ground recently for the first vertical development in Marilao, Bulacan, Cheer Residences.

“This expansion to new areas such as the suburbs of Marilao, Bulacan is part of our commitment to make the Philippines a nation of homeowners,” said Jose Mari Banzon, executive vice president of SMDC.

SMDC is also introducing in

Cheer Residences a unique open concept floor plancalled the Flexi Suite that  gives residents thefreedom to utilize every inch of their home. Residents can design according to their preference and make every corner reflect the kind of lifestyle they have.

Cheer Residences is perfect for rising modern Filipino families outside the city who are looking for a well-balanced lifestyle. 

Cheer Residences also offers the convenience of having its own mall, SM City Marilao, within the complex.

Amenities include a swimming pool, an interactive play area, a central park, and a clubhouse with a function area. 

The development is located on  MacArthur highway between the Marilao and Meycauayan exits in NLEX, and beside the proposed PNR station that will connect Bulacan to Tutuban offering its residents an advantage of easy access either by private or public transport.

“With its prime location, affordable price point, and five-star hotel-like features, Cheer Residences is the best option for those families who are looking for a modern and convenient lifestyle outside of the city,”

Construction of Cheer Residences is slated for completion by August 2020, with the turnover tentatively scheduled for August 2020.   
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