Promoted by Property Guru

PropertyGuru’s fourth annual Asia Property Awards (Australia) winners and highly acclaimed winners were announced on Thursday 9 December at a virtual gala that premiered at AsiaPropertyAwards.com and the official live platforms on Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.

The program honors Australia’s real estate achievements for property seekers and viewers in the Australasia-Pacific, and celebrates the excellence of design and development in Australian housing, with highlights broadcast on History Channel, the official cable TV partner of the awards.

Brady Property Group took home some of the evening’s most sought-after titles, including Best Condo/Apartment Development (Australia) top prize for 380 Melbourne. The beautifully designed skyscraper in the Melbourne CBD also won Best Apartment Development (Victoria) and Best Apartment Architectural Design awards.

Volume Projects won the coveted Best Housing Development (Australia) and the Best Townhouse Development (Victoria) award for Bridge PM. Meanwhile, the Best Apartment Interior Design award went to V-Leader for No. 6 Sydney St while Willow Brighton by Samuel Property won the award for Best Landscape Architectural Design.

Optimus Developments has received the Honorable Awards in both the Best Apartment Development (Victoria) and Best Apartment Architectural Design categories for K1 Residence.

Hari V Krishnan Chief Executive Officer of PropertyGuru Group congratulated the recipients of the Australia awards.

“The appeal of Australian homes remains strong even in these extraordinary times. As PropertyGuru moves into its next phase of growth, we celebrate Australia’s real estate achievements and showcase the country’s signature homes to property seekers, investors and agents across Asia Pacific.

“The Awards series has become the gold standard for real estate in 16 markets over the past 16 years. This year’s award winners remind us that recent setbacks do not hinder or diminish the fundamental value of celebrating success.

“They have encouraged developers, large-scale investors and designers to become better versions of themselves, create the next generation of real estate developments and help industry stakeholders make higher quality decisions.”

Jules Kay Managing Director of PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards and Events said it was necessary to push the awards into the virtual arena not only because of the global pandemic, but to include a larger network of worthy recipients.

“Over the past 16 years, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards have become the most prestigious and respected real estate awards in Asia. Since we launched our virtual gala format last year, we’ve expanded our reach into new markets added to the series. We are delighted to see an increase in quality submissions from Australia.”

“There is no doubt that the awards have become the most respected and sought-after series of real estate awards in the Asia-Pacific region. When we moved to a virtual platform, our digital and hybrid gala presentations were viewed by more than half a million people in key regional markets.

“This year alone we have awarded more than 360 awards in our country series and through this recognition of the diverse achievements of developers, we hope to motivate industry leaders as they continue to break the boundaries of development and design and remain determined in their mission to set the Gold standard in real estate, no matter the challenges.”

The Australian awards were just one country category of the 16th annual Asia Property Awards, which celebrates the gold standard of real estate in Asia. The awards were presented by Kohler and supported by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, which recognizes Asia-Pacific’s most illustrious, exemplary developers, developments and designs in 31 categories.

For the first time in the history of the awards, a company from Indonesia, Sinar Mas Land, won the title of Best Developer (Asia), beating nine country winners from across the region. It is one of seven Best of Asia titles awarded this year to companies representing Indonesia.

Vietnam took home six regional wins, and mainland China was also well represented at the awards with five regional wins, including the all-new Special Recognition for Contribution to the Built Environment.

Established in 2005, PropertyGuru’s Asia Property Awards draw on an independent panel of industry experts and trusted regulators, with an unrivaled reputation for being credible, ethical, fair and transparent.

PropertyGuru Group is the leading real estate technology company in Southeast Asia and the destination of choice for 37 million real estate seekers to find their dream home every month. PropertyGuru and its group companies provide property seekers with more than 2.8 million property listings, in-depth insights and solutions that enable them to make confident real estate decisions in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Australia.

LIST OF WINNERS AND HIGHLY REQUESTED AWARDEES

DEVELOPMENT PRICES

Best Apartment Development (Victoria)

WINNER: 380 Melbourne by Brady Property Group

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: K1 Residence by Optimus Developments

Best Townhouse Development (Victoria)

WINNER: Bridging PM on Volume Projects

DESIGN AWARDS

Best architectural design for apartments

WINNER: 380 Melbourne by Brady Property Group

HIGHLY RECOMMENDED: K1 Residence by Optimus Developments

Best interior design for apartments

WINNER: No. 6 Sydney St by V-Leader

Best Landscaping Design

WINNER: Willow Brighton by Samuel Property

BEST OF AUSTRALI AWARDS

Best housing construction

WINNER: Bridging PM on Volume Projects

Best Condo/Apartment Development

WINNER: 380 Melbourne by Brady Property Group

Independent jury

  • Lui Violanti, Award President and Regional Manager (Western Australia) – Inhabit Group
  • Benson Zhou, Director CBD and Metropolitan Sales – Savills Australia
  • Ivan Lam, Head of International Business – Charter Keck Cramer
  • Jessica Liew, Director – Plus Architecture
  • Leonie Klaric, CEO & Founder – The Property Expert International
  • Richard Newling Ward, Director – Bayleyward



Source