FIABCI celebrates the best real estate projects in S'pore

Muneerah August 31, 2014

The FIABCI Singapore Property Awards 2014 which took place earlier this month saw numerous awards given out for residential and commercial properties in Singapore.

Far East Organization was awarded two awards, for Boulevard Vue (pictured) and Cabana which won the Residential (High Rise) and Residential (Low Rise) categories respectively.

The award winners will qualify to participate in the FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards 2015, an international design and architecture competition.

The developer is the only one in the world to receive eight international FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards. It previously received five FIABCI Singapore Property Awards from 2011 to 2013.

Four of UOL Group Limited’s projects also won awards at the FIABCI international and Singapore competitions in the residential and hotel sectors this year.

Two of its two condominium projects – Waterbank at Dakota and Terrene at Bukit Timah – won the top accolades in the Residential (High Rise) and Residential (Low Rise) categories at FIABCI Singapore Property Awards.

For its commercial projects, PARKROYAL on Pickering clinched Gold in the Hotel category at the World FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Award 2014, while Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Beach Road won in the FIABCI Singapore Property Awards.

Joyce Sng, UOL Assistant General Manager (Product Development), said, “We are honoured to receive four FIABCI awards this year, recognising the excellence of our residential and hospitality developments, including the prestigious World FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Gold Award for PARKROYAL on Pickering.”

Touted as the industry’s Oscars and given by the French-based international real estate organisation, the FIABCI Award recognises outstanding real estate projects for their contribution to the built environment and community, as well as excellence in design, aesthetics, and functionality.

Image source: Far East Organization 


Muneerah Bee, Senior Journalist at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact her about this or other stories email


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