Torre Lorenzo Development Corporation (TLDC) has grown to become a full-scale developer with mixed-use developments, leisure destinations, and townships across Manila, Lipa, and Davao.
“Sustainable growth affects not just ourselves,” said TLDC COO Cathy Casares-Ko. “We acknowledge that it’s our responsibility to the community to create long-term value for the future generations. We deliberately study and embed practical and impactful sustainable practices in the different facets of our operations and day-to-day activities.”
Responsible resource management
“Key to our sustainability efforts is securing the support of our residential communities,” noted Casares-Ko. “Because we are a relatively young player in the real estate industry, we’re able to embrace new ideas and constantly innovate in terms of efficiently managing resource use in our buildings.”
TLDC has been taking steps to monitor energy and water usage in its buildings. The company has been implementing rainwater catchment across sites. The collected water is used for cleaning purposes. All the common areas in buildings have also been using LED lights for energy efficient lighting. Residents are regularly encouraged to conserve water and electricity through regular memos and newsletters. TLDC also observes proper waste segregation in its buildings.
Wellness in design
TLDC has incorporated functional spaces and amenities in its developments that help positively impact residents’ well-being. This includes open spaces in Sky Decks and Sky Lounges, and study and meeting rooms. The building gyms are also equipped with complete and high-quality facilities to promote physical activity.
Consistent with its company tagline “designing for tomorrow”, TLDC keeps an eye on the future. It stays ahead of the curve by anticipating the needs of its clients and taking deliberate steps towards achieving its goal to improve lives.