- PDG S.A.
PDG Realty S.A. Empreendimentos e Participações Type Sociedade Anônima Traded as BM&F Bovespa:PDGR3 Industry Real estate & Construction Founded (1979) Headquarters Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Key people Gilberto Sayão da Silva (Chairman)
Jose Antonio Grabowsky (CEO)
Products Investment, development, management, and sale of real estate projects Revenue US$ 3.4 Billion (2010)  Net income US$ 523.8 Million (2010)  Website www.pdg.com.br
PDG (BM&F Bovespa: PDGR3) is the largest real estate company in Brazil and has its focus on the popular segment. The company became listed in January 2007 in the corporate index Novo Mercado of BM&F Bovespa and in 2010 became part of the Ibovespa index. PDG Realty its based in Rio de Janeiro.
The company's strategy aims at growth through investments in subsidiaries and direct investment in projects. Today the PDG have control of most of its consolidated capital, the noteworthy Goldfarb and CHL, companies 100% PDG Realty. The company are present in 56 cities and 11 states within Brazil, and rely on projects in Argentina. Its real estate projects include residential projects for various class, from the economy segment (focus) to high-income, developing luxury condominiums and investments in ventures with a focus on generating income through leasing; develops residential lots; invests in commercial real estate projects; and commercializes residential and commercial properties. The company also involves in real estate brokerage and consulting business.
- ^  PDG'S 2010 revenues was of R$5.4/US$3.4 billion
- ^  The net income og PDG was of R$ 875/US$523.8 Million in 2010 ended fiscal year
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