MANILA, Philippines — I-Land Residences Sucat, the pioneering sustainability-oriented residential condominium development of ISOC Land, recently topped off the first of six mid-rise towers in its two-hectare master plan located along the main thoroughfare of Dr. Arcadio Santos Avenue in Parañaque City.
I-Land Residences Sucat is the first mid-income residential condominium development in the country registered with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and currently applying for certification under LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), the most widely utilized green building system in the world.
“With our first building, Lime Tower, 83 percent complete, this topping-off milestone illustrates our firm commitment and capability to deliver on our promise of ‘the home of the future’ to our buyers and homeowners despite the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Jess Chua Jr., group president of ISOC Holdings, the parent firm of ISOC Land.
“We target to commence unit turnover to residents and unit owners by the second quarter of the year,” he added.
The vertical community is composed of 60 percent greenery and open spaces, and incorporates water- and energy-saving features that make sustainability an everyday lifestyle for its residents and homeowners. The overall design of the buildings also maximizes natural light and ventilation that enhance the health and well-being of its occupants.
Its proximity to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, the Makati Central Business District and other major commercial and support establishments make I-Land Residences Sucat an ideal urban home south of Metro Manila.
“In just over three years since our launch in 2019, and during the pandemic at that, we have enjoyed immense positive reception and take-up across the three residential towers we have opened to buyers,” said ISOC Land vice president and business unit head May Lopez.
“We take this as an encouraging indicator that Filipino home seekers appreciate the unique value proposition of sustainable living that we offer, and that Filipino families are more than ready to shift to the green revolution in everyday living,” she added.
I-Land Residences Sucat is the maiden offering of ISOC Land, an independent mid-income real estate developer with a deliberate commitment to developing sustainable properties. Its projects include I-Land Bay Plaza, a 12-story green office building vying for silver LEED certification along Diosdado Macapagal Avenue in Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City.