The developer received several awards such as the PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards Best Office Development in 2020
The nearly completed Damosa Land, Inc. building called Damosa Diamond Tower is vying to be the first in Davao to achieve a Berde and Edge certification for its environment-friendly details.
“This iconic structure is a testament to the economic dynamism and potentials of Davao City,” said Damosa Land, Inc. President Cary F. Lagdameo in a statement.
Damosa Diamond Tower also highlighted in its design some agricultural elements, including banana plant fibre lines — a homage to Damosa Land’s strong Mindanaoan heritage.
The developer received several awards such as the PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards Best Office Development in 2020, Best Office Architectural Design in 2019, Highly Commended for Best BPO Office Development in 2019, and Highly Commended for Best Office Development in 2019.
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