The Philippine STAR, one of the country’s leading English broadsheets, has once again partnered with the Philippines Property Awards


With an estimated 2.7 million readers nationwide, The Philippine STAR is known as “the only paper your read from cover to cover.”

Founded in 1986 by renowned journalists Max Soliven, Betty Go-Belmonte and Art Borjal, The Philippine STAR launched the popular news website,, in 2000. The company also publishes Pilipino STAR Ngayon, Pang-Masa, Banat, The Freeman and PeopleAsia magazine.

The publication also has a wide following on social media, with more than 1 million combined followers on Facebook and Twitter.

“The Philippine STAR is one with the Philippines Property Awards in giving recognition to the best and the brightest of the real estate industry,” said the Manila-based STAR Group of Publications.

“We aim to be recognised as the newspaper of choice of the real estate industry – providing both the industry and the general public with fresh and extensive property-related news and updates.”

As official newspaper for the 4th Philippines Property Awards 2016, The Philippine STAR will promote the black-tie gala dinner on various media platforms and release a special awards supplement after the announcement of Winners and Highly Commended on Thursday, 7 April.

Organised by PropertyGuru International, the Philippines Property Awards 2016 will be held once again at the Fairmont Makati, where more than 300 of the country’s key industry players and professionals will be in attendance to network with their peers and reward the year’s best property developments.

The prestigious event will be preceded by the Property Report Congress Philippines 2016, a high-level forum featuring past and current Winners and Judges of the Philippines Property Awards, as well as top experts and leaders in various fields encompassing finance, business, technology and infrastructure.

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