Pueblo de Oro among Philippines’ Top 10 Developers in 2022
2022 Jun 29 | by Apple Barretto
Pueblo de Oro President and COO Prim Nolido (second from right) and Senior Vice President Leonardo Dayao, Jr. (second from left) receive the award during the BCI Asia Awards Philippines held at the SMX Convention Centre Manila.
PUEBLO DE ORO Development Corporation (PDO), the property development arm of the ICCP Group, was named among the Top 10 Developers in the Philippines in 2022 during the BCI Asia Awards Philippines held recently.
The event recognized the top 10 property developers and the top 10 architects in the Philippines, ranked by the total value of projects under construction in 2021. These rankings were also weighted by the extent of the firms’ sustainability efforts, encouraging the creation of socially responsible architecture.
Pueblo de Oro has been developing quality and mixed-used townships and residential projects for more than 25 years. The developer offers the gold standard in community living, delivering homes with the perfect combination of quality, strength and affordability in booming locales across the country such as Cagayan de Oro in Northern Mindanao, Malvar and Sto. Tomas in Batangas, San Fernando in Pampanga, and Mactan in Cebu.
In 2021, Pueblo de Oro launched Townscapes Malvar, a 24-hectare development featuring an exclusive collection of three private and gated neighborhoods. Townscapes Malvar is part of a 212-hectare work-live-play township and is adjacent to a industrial park for light manufacturing developed by sister company, Science Park of the Philippines, Inc.
It also continues to to expand its offerings such as the 12-hectare La Aldea Fernandina II in Pampanga, the 3.7-hectare Park Place II in Cebu and Familia Verde Phase II townhouse community in Cagayan de Oro.
Pueblo de Oro has long been recognized for the priority it places on sustainability and protection of the environment. Its masterplanned communities observe green living design and work with and around the natural beauty of its locations, with an abundance of wide open spaces. Its flagship development in Cagayan de Oro, for example, is home to a 40-hectare living urban forest.
Using mindful engineering, Pueblo de Oro assures the sustainability of its subdivisions by allowing natural air and lighting, water treatment and waste management facilities, as well as flood and erosion mitigation measures to preserve the surrounding environments.
This BCI Asia Awards Philippines marks the beginning of the BCI Asia Awards circuit, happening in June and August, across seven countries in Asia: Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.