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The 10th PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards celebrates 2022 winners in landmark anniversary

A decade of innovations and achievements honored during the highly anticipated black-tie gala celebration

PropertyGuru (NYSE: PGRU), Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company, tonight celebrated the milestone 10th edition of the PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards, giving prominence to Filipino excellence in property development, architecture, and design.

The 2022 PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards, presented by Kohler and supported by Boysen Paints, feted the country’s finest, most innovative real estate developers and projects in a historic return of the black-tie gala celebration in the country’s financial capital.

The 10th PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards, held at the Fairmont Makati main ballroom and streamed live online, were awarded in a total of 62 categories. For the first time in the Awards’ history, Robinsons Land was named Best Developer, one of nine winning titles for the company. Robinsons Land also received the Best Developer (Luzon) award and the Special Recognition in ESG, as well as diverse awards for such projects as Bridgetowne Destination Estate, Forbes Estates Lipa, Montclair Industrial Park, and Exxa-Zeta Center.

Cebu Landmasters, Inc., a former Best Developer winner, also garnered nine wins, including the titles of Best Developer (Visayas) and Best Developer (Mindanao). SM Development Corp. (SMDC), last year’s recipient of the Best Developer award, accumulated seven wins, including titles for projects such as Air Residences, Glam Residences, Gold City, Ice Tower Residential-Offices, Joy Residences, and Shore Residences.

Aboitiz InfraCapital Economic Estates earned five wins, including Best Industrial Developer. The company, named Best Industrial Developer (Asia) at last year’s PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final, also gained wins for its projects LIMA Central Business District and LIMA Estate. AboitizLand, Inc., meanwhile, won Best Housing Development (Visayas) for its project Amoa.


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