I-LAND, the real estate arm of ISOC Holdings, Inc., is focusing on developing residential, commercial and leisure projects with “green-inspired” designs.
“Economic growth is important to us, but so is protecting the environment amid climate change. Thus, our mission at I-Land is to promote healthy surroundings, overall well-being in our communities, and ensure environmental stewardship and social responsibility,” ISOC Group Chairman Michael C. Cosiquien said in a statement.
One of its projects is I-Land Bay Plaza, located near the Mall of Asia complex in Pasay City. The 25,000-square meter (sq.m.) premium office building will have 12 floors of commercial office and retail spaces. It is expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2021.
I-Land said it is developing other projects located in the EDSA Cloverleaf area in Quezon City; Makati City; Ortigas Center, and Pasig City.
Another project is the I-Land Clark Neo, described as a seven-hectare integrated resort and leisure complex within the Clark Special Economic Zone in Pampanga.
“When we factor in the environment in our investment, it becomes more meaningful because of the long-term benefits our stakeholders can reap. This is why from our very first project, we have been fully committed to constructing properties that are sustainable,” Mr. Cosiquien, a co-founder of listed company Megawide Construction, said.