Our Company

Our Company

History

1981

Philippine Realty and Holdings Corporation was incorporated with an initial capitalization of P2 million. The company was put together with the aim of providing quality real estate so that people could live and work comfortably in their developments.

1988

PhilRealty became a publicly listed company and its capitalization was increased to P100 million. One year later, they pioneered the concept of “home replacement” in the Philippines by unveiling The Alexandra.

1989

The Philippine Stock Exchange Center—also known as Tektite Towers — held the title for the largest office building complex for decades after its completion.

1991

PhilRealty finished building La Isla Condominiums, an exclusive residential tower at the Ortigas Center, which boasts of only two units per floor — 28 units in the entire building.

2011

Full completion of One Balete’s Skyline Tower, the first of its 6-tower development in New Manila Quezon City.

2014

Set to launch a diverse portfolio under its 5 pillars of growth: residential, business, retail, township and leisure

Mission

We are primarily engaged in real estate development but are open to investments in other businesses that will optimize the utilization of our resources and accelerate growth for our company and for our country.

We espouse the nurturing of a corporate culture that provides our people an environment where they can develop to the fullest and grow with the organization, thus fulfilling their career objectives and enhancing their quality of life. It is a culture that demands the highest standards of personal integrity, professional competence and adherence to a work ethic.

Profitability is a necessary requirement for survival and growth, but we do not believe in gains made by taking unfair advantage of others nor do we sacrifice long-term objectives for short-term profits. Our business relationships are anchored on a belief in justice and fairness. Any enduring relationship should be beneficial to all involved. We aim at all times to give a continuing and fair return to our stockholders, at the same time giving just and equitable compensation to our officers, employees and suppliers.

Philrealty is committed to being actively involved in nation building as it lives up to its social responsibility as a good corporate citizen.

Mission

Legacy Projects

Tektite Towers

Launched as Tektite Towers in 1989, The Philippine Stock Exchange Centre held the title for the largest office building complex for decades after its completion. With twin towers consisting of 33 stories each, more than 1,700 parking spaces, wide hallways, spacious offices, combine to encompass more than 18 hectares of covered space. Bridging the East and West Towers, is the 4-storey Philippine Stock Exchange headquarters. On the ground floor, directly beneath the trading floor is a multi-purpose auditorium with a 400-person capacity.

The Alexandra

The Alexandra is a luxury mid-rise development with a ratio of one square meter of land for every two square meters of sold floor area. As the first gated vertical community in Metro Manila, the Alexandra was one of the most coveted addresses in its heyday. The community is composed of eleven buildings that range from 5 to 14-storeys high. There are only 360 units in the 4.2 hectare property, all of which are three bedroom apartments with floor areas ranging from 182 to 250 square meters. The Narra flooring, marble baths, landscaped gardens, and the ratio of space to the number of occupants, all right in the central business district made this a community like no other.

La Isla Condominium

Twenty eight units ranging from 270 square meter two bedrooms to 580 square meter loft apartments. Two units per floor, with elevators that open directly to the unit owner’s own foyer. Solid narra floors, marble baths, two to four parking spaces per unit, and extra storage space in the basement. La Isla Condominium is still the most exclusive residential development in the metropolis, with units still in great demand, close to two decades after its completion. The building was named for its 360 views, never to be impeded by a neighboring building. It is an island in the heart of the Ortigas Business District.

Affiliates & Subsidiaries

The Board of Directors

Executive Committee

Project Committee

Management Committee