Real estate giant Ayala Land, Inc. has been recognized in separate annual surveys organized by leading business and finance publications Euromoney and Asiamoney.

In a statement, ALI said it topped the residential and office developer categories of the 2021 Euromoney Real Estate Survey, an annual survey of the global real estate markets which canvasses the opinions of leading property firms worldwide.

For the 17th annual Real Estate Survey, Euromoney received 3,355 valid responses from across the globe.

Previously, ALI was named Best Developer Overall in the Philippines in the 2019 Euromoney Real Estate Survey, along with taking first place in the Best Residential, Retail, Office and Innovative Green Development Sector categories.

Ayala Land was also named the real estate sector’s Most Outstanding Company in the Philippines in the Asiamoney 2021 Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll, while its pioneering Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), AREIT Inc. (AREIT), won the Asiamoney poll’s Most Outstanding IPO in the Philippines category.

The Asiamoney Outstanding Companies Poll identifies Asia’s best performing listed companies in each market and sector.

More than 1,000 fund managers, analysts, bankers and ratings agencies took part in this year’s voting which totalled over 5,787 votes covering publicly listed companies across 13 markets in Asia.

The results recognize 191 companies as the most outstanding for their sectors and in their market.

Before besting this year’s polls, Ayala Land was recognized by Asiamoney as the country’s top company of the 2010’s, along with its parent company Ayala Corporation — having won the most number of awards for this decade in Asiamoney’s corporate-related polls.

Ayala Land now maintains a total land bank of 12,483 hectares nationwide, and continues to widen its reach through diversified offerings across five residential brands, with 2.12 million square meters of malls, 1.30 million square meters of offices, 4,030 hotel and resort rooms, and a recent expansion into new leasing formats such as warehousing, co-living and co-working spaces.

Source: Manila Bulletin (