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Take your pick! Century Properties’ Jose Antonio fetes Hidylin Diaz with Phirst Park Homes unit

Weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz who won the first ever gold medal for the Philippines at the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo, Japan is reaping her well earned rewards.

Way to go! Olympic gold medalist Hidilyn Diaz gets P14M condo from Andrew Tan

Apart from the over P30 million in cash reward from the government and several tycoons, Diaz will also receive a P4 million house and lot from any of the eight projects of Century Properties’ affordable housing brand Phirst Park Homes.

Phirst Park Homes’ projects are located in Tanza, Cavite; Batulao, Batangas; Pandi, Bulacan; Calamba, Laguna; Lipa, Batangas; San Pablo, Laguna; General Trias, Cavite: and Magalang, Pampanga.

“On behalf of Phirst Park Homes and the entire Century Properties Group, we send our heartfelt thanks and congratulations to Ms. Hidylin Diaz for bringing home the gold and bringing pride to the Philippines, said Jose E.B. Antonio, Century Properties Group chief executive.

Antonio is ranked no. 39 among Forbes’ 50 richest Filipinos in 2020 with a net worth of $180 million.

For his part, Phirst Park Homes presdient Ricky M. Celis said: “Hidilyn’s story is every Filipino’s story of struggle and perseverance amidst adversities. She even improvised her own weightlifting equipment out of bamboo sticks and water bottles to train with her limited resouces. We at Phirst Park Homes celebrate her inspiring story of triumph.”

Phirst Park Homes is a joint venture between Century Properties and Japan’s Mitsubishi Corp.

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