Far East Organization wins MIPIM Awards

Romesh NavaratnarajahDecember 2, 2015

The Altez

Two luxury condominiums by Far East Organization, Singapore’s largest private property developer, have won silver and bronze awards respectively in the Best Residential Development category of the MIPIM Asia Awards 2015.

The 62-storey, 280-unit Altez in Tanjong Pagar (pictured), and the seafront facing Silversea comprising 383 units, were among 36 finalists shortlisted in 12 award categories, based on votes garnered from the jury panel and MIPIM Asia delegates.

This year’s Awards attracted over 100 entries from 17 countries and regions.

The results were announced during a gala dinner held in Hong Kong on Tuesday, 1 December.

In its ninth edition, the MIPIM Asia Awards recognises outstanding real estate projects in Asia Pacific for their architectural, technical and environmental excellence and innovation.

This year, Far East Organization also clinched four awards in the FIABCI Singapore Property Awards 2015, and seven awards at the South East Asia Property Awards 2015.

 

Romesh Navaratnarajah, Senior Editor at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories email romesh@propertyguru.com.sg

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