Italpinas recognized for sustainability efforts

LISTED green builder Italpinas Development Corp. is set to represent the Philippines in an Asia Pacific green building awards event with its Cagayan De Oro-based Primavera Residences project.

In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, Italpinas said it recently received the Leadership in Sustainability Design Award from the Philippine Green Building Council for its Primavera Residences project, a 10-story, twin-tower mixed-use development in uptown Cagayan de Oro City.

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Italpinas to spend up to P800M on Batangas project

GREENBUILDER Italpinas Development Corp. plans to spend an estimated P600 million to P800 million on the development of the first phase of a mixed-use project in Santo Tomas, Batangas which is set to be launched by the yearend.

In an interview following the company’s annual stockholders’ meeting on Monday, Italpinas chairman and chief operating officer Romolo Nati told reporters they have finalized the design of their Miramonti project, a mixed-use project that will feature residential units, serviced apartments and commercial spaces.

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ITALPINAS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (IDC) LAUNCHES PRIMAVERA CITY

After several months of anticipation, Italpinas Development Corporation (IDC) finally launched Primavera City on June 24, 2016 at the Pueblo de Oro Country Club. There were a lot of people who attended the event, clad in elegant dresses and suits. The program was hosted by one of Cagayan de Oro’s local talents, Jamie Bantigue.

The night was also graced by the presence of  Arch. Romolo V. Nati, COO of Italpinas Development Corporation (IDC); Atty. Jose D. Leviste III, president of IDC; Dr. Jose P. Leviste Jr, Primo Consiglieri; Sean P. Moreno, son of Hon. Oscar Moreno (Mayor of Cagayan de Oro); Mr. Antonio Herbosa, founder of the Traders Apprentice Pilipinas (TAP); and Mr. Illac Diaz, social entrepreneur.

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Italpinas plans to bring projects to Metro Manila

ITALPINAS Development Corp., a listed company whose projects are located in second- and third-tier cities in the country, said it has plans to bring its projects to Metro Manila, where its green buildings are mostly needed.

However, the company said it will have to take time as it is still waiting for the “right circumstances.”

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