Piece by piece, architectural masterpiece Aeon Towers is slowly shaping up.
The maiden high-rise project of Davao City developer FTC Group of Companies is moving on along its timelines with the installation of glass panels in full blast.
The construction team is installing the panels in patches because of the ventilation factor in the construction site.
As of its recent construction update, the building’s walls are being fitted with unitized curtainwall panels with the state-of-the-art low E tinted tempered and double glaze glass panels.
The 33-level skyscraper located at J.P. Laurel Avenue is undoubtedly the emerging attraction in Davao’s skyline which is expected to be completed in a few months.
Once completed, Aeon Towers is poised to become the tallest in the entire Mindanao area and the first one to be fully glass encased, providing its residents and guests the best ever 360-degree scenery of the beauty that is Davao.
Along with its modern architectural and technology features, there’s also the fresh, new upscale lifestyle it offers.
All that is the promise of Aeon Towers.
The moving spectacle from Davao City’s future iconic real estate skyscraper Aeon Towers is as breath-taking as a masterpiece of art on moving canvas.
Those who love the tranquillity of one’s abode after a busy day in the office, will find the Aeon Towers their ideal mancave. From one side, there is the island view—a view of the pristine blue waters of the Davao Gulf and the Island Garden City of Samal on the horizon where white sand beaches abound.
For the fast-living city rat, a night creature who loves watching over the environs like Gotham City at night, the Towers’ view is like a giant silver screen—the city’s flickering lights, images on LED billboards, cars cruising through the city streets.
Among the fine features of Aeon Towers is its jogging path on the sixth level which provides future residents a place for wellness and physical fitness workouts. It will also have spa and wellness center, an adult and kiddie pool, a library, a function hall and a conference room.
The fully glass-encased tower will have modern amenities comparable to the best of the Southeast Asian region.
The skydeck on the 33rd floor features a breath-taking view of the city and the Davao Gulf. It will have an infinity pool and offices on the tower’s summit.
Rooms on residential floors also feature internet digital controls through Smart Home technology while green building concept is being observed in all aspects of the construction. The glass walls offer full UV protection.
Aeon Towers topped off last February and is reported at nearly 90 percent complete. Turnover is expected by middle of 2018.