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Vista Land bags multiple awards at the 2015 Philippines Property Awards

(Philstar.com) - July 29, 2015 - 12:08am

MANILA, Philippines – Vista Land received several awards at the recently concluded 2015 Philippines Property Awards for its prestige brands Brittany, Vista Malls, Vista Residences and Camella.

Amore, an Italian-themed residential property under the luxury brand of Vista Land, Brittany, was awarded Best Housing Development in Metro Manila and Best Housing Development in the Philippines for 2015.

Amore is a massive development that infuses Italian elements such as cupolas, cobblestone pathways, gabled roofs and pocket gardens that draw the beauty of landscape and light within an expansive central business district emerging at the south of Manila.

The affordable housing brand, Camella, won as the Best Mid-Range Development (Resort) for the Camella Palawan development.

Meanwhile, Vista Land’s Vista City was recognized as Highly Commended for Best Retail Development and Best Retail Architecture for its Evia Lifestyle Center. To date, the center’s first two buildings are already up and running with elite selection of stores and restaurants.

Concluding the list of awards Vista Land earned is the Highly Commended for the Best Architectural Design recognition for the Vista Hub at the Bonifacio Global City.

Vista Land has been in the business of building quality homes and communities for four decades now. Its developments are present in 38 provinces and 90 cities all over the Philippines.

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BEST ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN BEST HOUSING DEVELOPMENT BEST MID-RANGE DEVELOPMENT BEST RETAIL DEVELOPMENT AND BEST RETAIL ARCHITECTURE BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY BRITTANY CAMELLA HIGHLY COMMENDED PHILIPPINE PROPERTY AWARDS QUOT VISTA VISTA HUB VISTA LAND
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