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Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao developers win big at 8th PropertyGuru awards

SM Development Corporation (SMDC) bagged eight wins, including the Best Developer and Best Lifestyle Developer award, at the 2020 PropertyGuru Philippines property awards, which  recently honored the archipelago’s outstanding developers, projects and designs.

Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao developers win big at 8th PropertyGuru awards

At a virtual gala and awards ceremony, Alveo Land, a subsidiary of Ayala Land, won six awards, including the top prize of Best Condo Development (Philippines) for its premium condominium development Portico.

Wee Community Developers, Inc. snagged nine wins, including the award for Best Breakthrough Developer. The Diamond Heights, one of its latest projects in Davao City, scored the top prize of Best Housing Development (Philippines).

Davao developer Damosa Land, Inc. garnered eight wins, including the sought-after title of Best Boutique Developer. 

Grand Land Inc., the real estate development arm of Cebuano retailer Gaisano Grand Group of Companies, gained Best High End Condo Development (Metro Cebu) for Dusit D2 Residences Cebu Cebu-based enterprise, JEG Development Corp., clinched the title of Best Commercial Green Development  for JEG Tower @ One Acacia. 

Asiawide Land, a real estate company based out of Bataan, won Best Housing Development (Luzon) for its Atrium De Tarlac – Donabelle project. 

There were a total of 37 awardees, including Edgar Saavedra, Chairman of Megawide Construction Corporation, who received this year’s Philippines Real Estate Personality of the Year title. 

Megawide is part of the consortium that built Terminal 2 of the Mactan Cebu International Airport (MCIA).

For the full list of awardees, visit www.PropertyGuruGroup.com; https://www.linkedin.com/company/propertyguru 

Topics: SM Development Corporation , Best Developer award , Best Lifestyle Developer award
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