SM Development Corporation romped off with three awards this year, including Best Developer Philippines, at the third Dot Property Philippines Awards 2019.
The Peninsula Manila welcomed real estate’s best with more than 20 awards given out.
PROJECT OF THE YEAR
Anticipation was greatest for the announcement of the very first People’s choice award for “project of the year” with a total of 11 projects vying for to the opportunity to be named the best in the industry. Park Cascades from Alveo Land received the most votes and the trophy for people’s choice award for “project of the year”.
That was one of four awards Alveo Land took home. In the developer categories, the company was named best developer Metro Manila while Park Cascades won best mid-rise development in addition to people’s choice award for “project of the year”. Alveo Land was also presented with best office development for Tryne Enterprise Plaza.
Robinsons Land Corporation took home two awards for their outstanding projects under the Robinsons communities brand. This marks the second consecutive year Robinsons communities was honored at the annual awards.
Santos Knight Frank received the Box Brownie special recognition award for online marketing.
“We are excited to be finally be hosting an event in the Philippines,” said Adam Sutcliffe, Dot property director, events and international markets. ”We would like to congratulate all of this year’s winners for their hard work and commitment to excellence.”
The Dot Property Philippines Awards honors the country’s best developers, projects and companies that contribute to the sector. It is part of the Dot Property Awards series that also includes events in Vietnam and Thailand.
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