Daiichi bags Asia Pacific Property Award
A property developer from the Philippines has received a prestigious citation at the Asia Pacific Property Awards held recently at the Shangri-La Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
Manila-based Daiichi Properties and Development, Inc. brought home the “Five-Star” Best Office Development award for its One World Place corporate tower in the bustling Bonifacio Global City.
The latest Asia Pacific Property Awards was considered the biggest international property awards regional event in the awards’ program 19-year history.
Daiichi Properties is the developer and builder of Grade A high-rise office towers. Its other development projects include The Taipan Place and The Orient Square in the Ortigas Business District.
The company also known for its world class high-rise condominiums in Bonifacio Global City such as One Global Place and The Regent Parkway. It is likewise distinguished in industrial park development as well.
One World Place is a LEED-registered environment friendly building with a First World architectural design that was a product of collaboration between Gensler, one of the largest architectural firms in the world and Aidea, a foremost local architectural firm. It also features an enhanced structural design for earthquake resistance.
“This recognition shown to us by our worldwide peers is an honor both for our company and our country. It furthers our company’s responsibility to continue raising the bar of excellence in property development and deliver best-in-class developments for all to enjoy,” said Charmaine C. Uy, Senior Vice President of Daiichi Properties and Development, Inc.
Daiichi joined 429 awardees representing 260 companies from 23 countries in the region.
The Asia-Pacific region as an outstanding record of achievement in the international level with an unbeaten total of 13 World’s Best Awards in 2012, representing 30% of the world’s awards.
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