ITALPINAS – CDO’s ENVIRONMENTAL ALLY
In celebration of the Arbor Day, Cagayan de Oro’s very own green developer Italpinas Development Corporation(IDC™ ) once again participated in a Narra tree planting activity last July 4, together with Cagayan De Oro City Local Environment and Natural Resources Office (CLENRO), and Damiani Property Management and Services, Inc., the official leasing and property management partner of IDC’s Primavera projects in the city.
“Let’s be good stewards of the Earth. All of us must work hand in hand to revitalize our ecosystem and dwindling natural resources. We should always keep in mind our responsibility to safeguard our natural environment against further destruction,” said Frances Mae R. Galvez, IDC Brand Manager.
The Narra-Tree (Pterocarpus indicus / Red Sandalwood tree) is a national symbol of the Philippines and could be found in the deeper and middle regions of South East Asia and the Philippines. It is known for its color and resistance to fungi and insects. The wood has a pleasant, long persistent cedar-smell. However, nowadays, the Philippines have only small portions of the Narra tree planted in its forest. The Narra tree planting activities is just one of the many tree planting activities that IDC participates on.
IDC has been committed to environmental sustainability, not only through its elegant passive green design solutions, but also through its commitment to serve its community and making its environment greener. As a designer and developer of buildings, IDC makes it a to keep in mind the value of consuming less in terms of ecological footprint. It’s latest development, Città Bella at Primavera City will continue to contain sustainable features such as passive cooling technology using shadow and sunlight control, wind cooling and shape performance which are green features that trademark of IDC developments.
Awarded by the prestigious International Property Awards as Mixed-use Development Asia Pacific 2017, the Primavera City complex will become one of Uptown, Cagayan de Oro’s dominant green landmark.