Suntrust grabs Most Innovative Residential Developer award

Real estate developer Suntrust Properties Inc. (SPI) once again proves its steadfast commitment to its communities with another international recognition from Global Economics Award for being the Most Innovative Residential Developer.

The award recognizes the property developer’s quality and distinction in the residential and commercial sectors and its ability to compete globally. Suntrust takes pride in this momentous accomplishment as some of the criteria include past performance, achievements, innovation, growth, and sensitivity of the local environment.

“We are beyond honored to be chosen, once again, as this year’s Most Innovative Residential Developer. This award serves as a testament to how resilient we are. Amid the challenges brought by the pandemic, we still live up to our promise and commitment of providing quality and affordably priced homes to Filipino families,” said SPI president Harrison Paltongan.

Apart from the company’s aforementioned criteria, SPI also proudly hosts a spectrum of project developments, from condominium to subdivisions and individual estate across the country.

“This moment is also an inspiration for the company to continue building the Filipino dream, staying true to our goal of being a home for every Filipino,” he added.

Along with its subsidiaries, Stateland Inc. (SLI), Sunrays Property Management Inc. (SPMI), and Suntrust Ecotown Developers, Inc. (SEDI), the company continues to rise above today’s challenges by continuously building dreams for millions of Filipinos here and abroad.

To get the latest updates from Suntrust, visit www.suntrust.com.ph.

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