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Sheridan Towers is the latest two-tower high-rise resort inspired residential condominium development by DMCI Homes located in Sheridan along Pioneer Streets at the heart of Mandaluyong City. Nicknamed as the “Tiger City of the Philippines” and located in the heart of Metro Manila, Mandaluyong City is a perfect location for businesses and residential developments alike.
Find the perfect combination of homey comfort and modern in city living only in Sheridan Towers. Developed with the typical urban family in mind, Sheridan Towers offers the seamless blend of resort-like and country-club living. With approximately 70% of its land area allotted to amenities and buildings infused with the Lumiventt design technology, be one of the few to experience first class cosmopolitan living right in the heart of the Mandaluyong CBD.
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Swift sells P500-million Mandaluyong property to DMCI
The Philippine Star
March 25, 2012
MANILA, Philippines - Swift Foods Inc. is selling P500 million worth of property located at its headquarters in Mandaluyong City to DMCI Project Developers Inc.
In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange on Friday Swift said its board approved the sale of three parcels of land on Sheridan St. with a total area of 11,116 square meters at P45,000 per sqm.
The sale is in line with Swift’s efforts to pay down its debt.
Based on earlier filings with the local bourse, Swift said it would pursue the sale of non-performing assets to settle outstanding obligations.
Despite its liquidity problems, Swift management said it would continue to find ways to address pressing matters.
Only its farm in Palawan will remain operational and continue to produce quality Swift Sariwanok chicken, Swift said.
Swift incurred a net loss of nearly P70 million in the nine months ending September 2011, slightly higher than the P68.9 million loss recorded a year before on lower sales.
Net sales slid 33 percent to P304.34 million.
In the third quarter of 2011 alone, Swift’s net loss amounted to P12.35 million or a decrease of 75.5 percent from the P50.38 million posted the previous year.
Revenues dropped 43.1 percent to P86.2 million due to the suspension in operation of Bulacan and Rizal farms which resulted to low production volume.
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