More than 60 titles to be presented, recognising the biggest real estate achievements across the archipelago
- Honours added for Best Luxury Developer and Best Overseas Developer
- Exclusive, black-tie gala celebration on 11 November 2022 will honour greater variety of developers and developments with an assortment of new titles
- Eligible companies and the public may submit entries and nominations, respectively, until 19 August
- Awards presentation will be streamed live to international audience via AsiaPropertyAwards.com and digital platforms
JAKARTA, Indonesia — 2 May 2022
The PropertyGuru Indonesia Property Awards, presented by Kohler, will return to Jakarta for its eighth edition to recognise the finest developers, development and design in the archipelago.
The 8th Annual PropertyGuru Indonesia Property Awards, organised by Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company PropertyGuru (NYSE: PGRU), will be held in a prestigious gala dinner and ceremony at The Ritz-Carlton Pacific Place, Jakarta on Friday, 11 November 2022.
The exclusive, black-tie celebration comes as signs of recovery in the real estate sector emerge, with Rumah.com, Indonesia’s leading property site, tracking a slow upward trend of its Price Index in Q1 2022, edging out the index in Q1 2020.
PropertyGuru Indonesia Property Awards 2022 follow last year’s successful hybrid gala event, which presented prestigious titles through an innovative blend of virtual and in-person celebrations. The Awards in Indonesia this year include new categories, honouring a greater variety of real estate brands and finer niches in property development.
- 19 August 2022 – Entries Close
- 5-30 September 2022 – Site Inspections
- 6 October 2022 – Final Judging
- 11 November 2022 – Gala Event and Awards Ceremony in Jakarta, Indonesia
- 9 December 2022 – Regional Grand Final Gala Event in Bangkok, Thailand
Nominations and entries are accepted online via: https://www.asiapropertyawards.com/en/nominations/
New accolades honouring Indonesia’s dynamic property sector
Nominees and entries will be shortlisted across more than 60 categories, including the all-new titles of Best Luxury Developer and Best Overseas Developer. Residential and commercial projects can also compete for never-before-presented titles recognising the best completed, transit-oriented, branded, pet-friendly, eco-friendly, smart, and health-oriented developments in the country.
The full list of categories is available at https://www.asiapropertyawards.com/en/award/indonesia/
Vivin Harsanto, senior director and head of advisory of JLL Indonesia, is named as the new chairperson of the independent panel of judges, succeeding Doddy A. Tjahjadi, managing director of PTI Architects. The panel of judges conduct an independent selection process supervised by HLB, the global advisory and accounting network. Wahyu Wibowo, partner with HLB Hadori Sugiarto Adi & Rekan (HLB Indonesia), leads the supervisory team in upholding the fairness and transparency of the Indonesia Property Awards.
Main country winners of the Indonesia Property Awards will be eligible to compete for the Best of Asia honours at the 17th edition of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final in Bangkok, Thailand. In 2021, a company from Indonesia, Sinar Mas Land, won the coveted title of Best Developer (Asia) at the 16th edition of the Grand Final. It was one of seven ‘Best in Asia’ titles presented to companies from Indonesia at the culminating event of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards series last year.
The 2022 gala event in Jakarta aims to reach an international audience of consumers, investors and agents by streaming live on AsiaPropertyAwards.com and digital platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn. The PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards virtual gala series, which began streaming in 2020 and continued in 2021, has garnered around 1 million views to date across multiple channels.
The 8th Annual PropertyGuru Indonesia Property Awards programme is supported by platinum sponsor Kohler; official portal partner Rumah.com; official magazine PropertyGuru Property Report; official PR partner Publicom Communications; media partners Kompas.com and Suara Indonesia; official cable TV partner History Channel; and official supervisor HLB.
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