Marubeni, DMCI Homes’ The Valeron Towera ‘game changer’

THE Valeron Tower, Pasig City. | PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF DMCI Homes

DMCI Holdings Inc. chairman Isidro Consunji anticipates its joint venture project, The Valeron Tower, with Japanese global conglomerate Marubeni Corporation to be a “game changer.”

“Probably this project is a good milestone for our 25th year.  It is our biggest joint venture project and with a partner in Marubeni at that. We expect this project to be a game changer. We can put our collective experience locally and Marubeni’s experience globally so that we can create a better product for everybody and continue to create innovations that will sustain us in the next 25 years,” Consunji said.

With its prime location along Pasig City’s 100 C-5 Rd. E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue, The Valeron Tower showcases thoughtful design elements, diverging from the typical commercial appearance of its neighboring establishments.

Beyond aesthetics, the property boasts a meticulously planned layout, expansive amenities and distinctive industry-first services, such as commercial-grade community Internet and DMCI Homes’ innovative RideShare Carpool Program.

The Valeron Tower is also competitively priced, starting from P7.51 million. Units will be ready for occupancy starting July 2029. 

Consunji, alongside executives from DMCI Homes and Marubeni, attended the blessing and inauguration of The Valeron Tower’s grand showroom last 17 March.

Among the attendees were DMCI Homes president Alfredo Austria, vice president for Marketing Jan Venturanza and vice president for Project Development Dennis Yap, as well as Marubeni Corp. general manager for Overseas Real Estate Business Department Noritake Miyaguchi, Marubeni Philippines Corp. president and chief executive officer Shigeru Shimoda, and vice president for Real Estate Business Shinya Matsuo. 

Marubeni, with a rich 114-year history of business in the Philippines through Marubeni Philippines Corporation, has been actively involved in various infrastructure projects in the country, including collaborations with the DMCI Group. This partnership extends to projects, such as the LRT Line 2 East Extension Project, Maynilad Water Services, Inc. consortium, and recent initiatives in reforestation and plantation development in Negros Occidental.