PropertyGuru Group, Southeast Asia’s leading property technology company, revealed today the winners of the 16th Annual PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final, presented by Kohler and supported by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®.
The 2021 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards series culminated in the celebratory virtual finale that accoladed Asia Pacific’s most illustrious, exemplary developers, developments and designs in 31 categories. The innovative celebration, filmed according to current health and safety protocols, made its global premiere over various digital platforms, including the awards programme’s official website AsiaPropertyAwards.com, as well as YouTube, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Highlights of the show are set to air on the History Channel, the official cable TV partner of the awards.
For the first time in the history of the awards, a company from Indonesia, Sinar Mas Land, won the title of Best Developer (Asia), besting nine country winners from around the region. It marks one of seven Best of Asia titles presented to companies representing Indonesia this year, including Best Mixed Use Developer (Asia) for PT Metropolitan Kentjana Tbk, which also won Best Retail Development (Asia) for Pondok Indah Mall 3; Best Commercial Developer (Asia) for Agung Sedayu Group; and Best Boutique Developer (Asia) for Farpoint. Paramount Petals by Paramount Land won Best Township Masterplan Design (Asia) while SMI Tower by Simbiotik Multitalenta Indonesia won Best Office Architectural Design (Asia).
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