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Arthaland Corporation
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Formerly EIB Realty Developers, Inc., Arthaland Corporation (ALCO) was incorporated on August 10, 1994 for the purpose of engaging in property development of residential, commercial, leisure and industrial projects.

Following the reduction in the par value of its shares and decrease in authorized capital stock in 2007, ALCO undertook a recapitalization program which led to the entry of new investors. On November 27, 2008, during the Company's annual stockholders' meeting, a resolution was made to change its name to Arthaland Corporation, which was subsequently approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission on January 26, 2009. This change in name was made to reflect the renewed thrust of the new Board and management of the Company.

ALCO is geared to pursuing niche and boutique developments beginning with its land investments in Bonifacio Global City (BGC) as well as opportunistic joint venture developments. The Company's investments include the Exportbank Plaza (previously Urban Bank Plaza), One McKinley Place Condominium, two properties within BGC's E-Square, which is the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) area of the BGC, and a property along McKinley Parkway to be developed into a residential project.

One of ALCO's subsidiaries include Urban Property Holdings, Inc. (UPHI), which was originally established as a 55-45 joint venture company between ALCO and PR Builders Developers and Managers, Inc. for the development of a housing project on a 331,760 square-meter property in Calamba, Laguna. At present, UPHI has remained non-operational.

ALCO wholly owns three other subsidiaries namely, Cazneau Inc., Irmo, Inc., and Technopod, Inc., which are real estate companies. These companies are non-operational to date.

Source: SEC Form 17-A (2010)


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ArthaLand vows to cut project’s water, energy use

Real estate developer ArthaLand has pledged to cut its energy use by 14 percent and its potable water usage by as much as 40 percent in the Arya Residences, as part of its goal of attaining ecological sustainability.

According to the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), this pledge was part of Earth Hour’s “60+ Program”—a year-long campaign to promote energy efficiency, renewable energy usage and climate adaptation strategies for individuals, groups and corporations.

The “60+ Program” campaign was crafted to ensure that the energy-saving message of Earth Hour—a self-imposed 60-minute blackout done yearly—will translate into actions that will last for more than just an hour, WWF said in a statement.

“Going green makes perfect business sense, since energy and water-efficiency always translates into savings. Though redesigning current systems and practices takes time, the resources saved will be good not only for residents – but in minimizing our contribution to global emissions to retard climate change,” explained Kate A. Ilagan, VP for projects and business development at ArthaLand.

“Sustainability is in the core philosophy of the company, not just a by the way,” added ArthaLand president and CEO Angie de Villa-Lacson.

Arya Residences is a 40-story residential development and the first Filipino high-rise residential condominium to be registered under the US Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program. It is the flagship project of ArthaLand, a boutique developer dedicated to creating world-class work-spaces, homes and landscapes.

http://business.inquirer.net/5253/arthal...energy-use
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anybody have this one? i have ... slowly trending up Smile
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the people behind ALCO are personal friends so i'm not really bashing the company or the stock in general, but the problem with ALCO is that they have one project. one. live and die with it. as a "stockholder/investor" medyo mahirap malunok yan.

not only do they have only one on-going construction project, that project is also caters to a niche client. their condos don't come cheap.

being green isn't exactly "in' here in the philippines, so it's going to be pretty difficult translating it into sales.

good luck sa holders nito, siguro pag tumaas taas na volume ito tsaka ko na sya babalikan.
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volume rising??
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hmmm Rolleyes

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mas matindi ka ...... minuto lang pagitan natin whahahhaa
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gleng ni tower...naksakay ng konti..

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ingat ingat...Smile
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