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GuocoLand Reigns Supreme in PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards: A Night of Real Estate Excellence

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The glitz, the glamour, and a celebration of spectacular real estate have found their epitome in the 18th Annual PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final! This illustrious event, supported by a medley of esteemed sponsors including Kohler, Dongpeng Ceramic, and Subzero Wolf, has rolled out the red carpet to commend the visionaries of the Asian property scene.

Among the constellation of stars, it was GuocoLand that sparkled the brightest, seizing the Best Developer (Asia) tiara for an impressive third time. This win is a testament to their relentless pursuit of excellence and innovation, reflecting a legacy that shapes skylines and enriches lives. It was a golden night for Singapore, too, with not one, but five regional crowns adorned by its developers. Frasers Property Singapore took home the Best Mixed Use Developer (Asia) award, while UOL Group Limited and Pan Pacific Hotels Group’s marriage of luxury and hospitality earned them the Best Hospitality Developer (Asia) title.

The accolades for UOL Group didn’t end there—they were also lauded for their commitment to the planet, snatching the Best Sustainable Developer (Asia) award. In an ode to exceptional aesthetics, EL Development Pte Ltd’s mastery over interiors garnered them the Best Hospitality Interior Design (Asia) award.

Indonesia’s developers had much to celebrate, with eight regional wins painting the archipelago in hues of success. PT Sinar Mitbana Mas shattered the glass ceiling with the Best Breakthrough Developer (Asia) award. This star performance was augmented by Sinar Mas Land, PT. BSD Diamond Development, and other luminaries like Agung Sedayu Group & Salim Group, Summarecon Agung, and Summarecon Serpong, who all brought home their own golden statuettes.

The Philippine real estate maestros weren’t far behind. With seven regional laurels, the Filipino flag was flown high by Aboitiz InfraCapital Economic Estates, which won a dual award for their sterling work in the industrial realm. Their efforts were mirrored by RLC Residences, Robinsons Hotels and Resorts, to name a few, who were all recognized for their diverse and dynamic projects.

Vietnam, too, etched its name into the awards’ annals with six wins. SonKim Land Corporation distinguished themselves as the Best Luxury Developer (Asia), while a cluster of other developers like ParkCity Group were saluted for the excellence of their projects.

From Thailand’s Best Boutique Developer, Andaman Asset Solution, to KingBridge Tower’s triple trophy haul, the Thai property landscape was well-represented with innovative excellence. Phuket9’s Rawayana project in particular shone with two regional wins, epitomizing tropical luxury.

Australian developers brought their ‘A-game’, with Salvo earning the title of Best Lifestyle Developer (Asia) amidst a total of five regional victories. Capital Luxury Residences, Monaco Property Group, and Third.i Group all became the pride of Down Under with their sterling contributions to the property sector.

Malaysia and Cambodia both celebrated four wins apiece, highlighting affordable housing and the opulent Marum Estate, among others. The awards also reached the powdery slopes of Greater Niseko, where Hanacreek by Apex Property and Aki Niseko by Takuetsu Co., Ltd. scooped up regional accolades.

Let’s not forget Hong Kong, which stood out with the Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong by Sino Land Company Limited and Macau’s M8 by China Construction Engineering Company Limited, each with dual wins, signifying their towering achievements.

In mainland China, the New Bund 31 project waved its banner high as the Best Mixed Use Development (Asia). The project is a gleaming example of China’s prowess in creating urban masterpieces that encapsulate luxury and functionality.

The crowning moment of the evening belonged to Dr. Allan Zeman, the visionary behind the Lan Kwai Fong Group, as he graciously accepted the Icon Award from the editorial team of Property Report by PropertyGuru. His achievement is a beacon of inspiration, illuminating the path for future real estate legends.

Jules Kay, GM of PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards, reflected on the event’s significance: “This year, we sailed across a sea of stellar property markets, with each project declaring a unanimous commitment to exceptional quality and sustainability.”

A sophisticated judging panel, backed by the scrutiny of HLB, the leading international accounting and advisory firm, ensured fair play and transparency to the adjudication process, meticulously overseen by Paul Ashburn of HLB International Real Estate Group.

Such a celebration of architectural marvels could only be hosted by PropertyGuru Group, who orchestrated the 18th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final with panache. As the pageant of properties concluded, each winner left not just with a glittering statue, but a renewed mission to sculpt living spaces that inspire, endure, and most importantly, turn dreams into reality.

For those yearning to delve deeper into this prestigious gathering of real estate royalty, the complete list of winners dazzles on the official website, a treasure trove of information about those reshaping the contours of the Asian property landscape:

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