Setsu (Snow) Niseko, a large-scale condominium complex scheduled to pre-open this summer in the Hirafu district of the town of Kutchan in the Niseko region, has won the highest award in the condominium interior design category at the 16th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards, the largest real-estate awards event in the Asia-Pacific region. This is the first time a property in the Niseko region has won the top award in its category, and it is expected to further increase the attention Niseko will receive from the real estate industry overseas.
The award is sponsored by PropertyGuru, a real estate website operator in Southeast Asia. The best properties and companies are selected from among the entries by region, including Southeast Asian countries, China, Hong Kong, Australia and the like, and the top prize in each category is decided. The Niseko region, with its growing reputation as an international resort area, has been included in the selection process since the 15th awards. The results of the 16th awards were announced in December last year.
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