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Nov 22, 2019
AboitizLand Recognized by Lamudi at The Outlook Awards 2019
AboitizLand made waves at this year’s The Outlook Awards: Philippine Buyers’ Choice Property Awards by taking home the grand prize for Best House in VisMin.
The property developer also was nominated for the categories Best Developer in Luzon, Best Developer in VisMin and Best Premium House for Seafront Residences, its beachside community in San Juan, Batangas.
Amoa bested five other developments in the Visayas and Mindanao for the Best House award. The 60-hectare property in Compostela, Cebu boasts of a masterplan set on a rolling terrain offering views of the sea and the mountain, featuring abundant amenities and more than ample wide, open spaces for its residents to enjoy. The house designs are inspired by modern Filipino architecture, taking cues from the iconic bahay na bato.
The awarding was held last November 14, 2019 at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel and was co-presented by the Philippine Daily Inquirer Property and Holcim Philippines.
Accepting the award with him is the company’s President and CEO David Rafael, Assistant Vice President of Sales Joey Zamora, and Assistant Vice President of Marketing and Branding Farrah Nina Mayol.
"We are honored to receive such recognition after having expanded from our Cebu base, and we look forward to more AboitizLand developments in key areas in Luzon in the coming months," says AboitizLand's First Vice President Rafael de Mesa.
The Outlook Awards recognizes leading industry projects and developers of the Philippines as selected by an esteemed panel of judges. The winners are chosen through a survey participated by 10,000 active property seekers.
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