The event was held at the Shangri-La Singapore ballroom on 28 October 2022
The PropertyGuru Vietnam Property Awards celebrated its twelfth year at the Shangri-La Singapore ballroom on 28 October 2022.
It was the fourth event of the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards series.
Dinner was a feast for all the senses as there were pork, chicken, and seafood meals served at the event. There was roasted suckling pig, drunken chicken, pan-seared scallop with sesame dressing ocean clam with jellyfish, and deep-fried Ngoh Hiang; braised bird’s nest and crab meat in superior broth; Pik Fong Tong-style crispy chicken; braised abalone with sea cucumber and traditional homemade bean curd; steamed star garoupa in superior soya sauce; deep-fried prawn with yuzu sauce served in taro rings; and five-grain seafood fried rice.
The feast was topped off with chilled passionfruit pudding with assorted fresh fruits.
More than 40 categories were presented during the gala, including the never-before-presented Developer, Development, and Design titles.
UOL Group Limited won Best Developer for the third time—their previous wins were in 2012 and 2019, respectively. It also won the new title of Best Transnational Developer and Best Hospitality Developer, buoyed by its project Pan Pacific Orchard, which won the Best Hotel Development award. The company also received Special Recognition in Sustainable Design and Construction and Special Recognition in ESG. Both of which were won alongside GuocoLand.
GuocoLand was awarded Best Luxury Developer, Best Sustainable Developer, and Best Mixed Use Developer. Meyer Mansion, a project by GuocoLand, won Best Condo Development (Singapore), Best Luxury Condo Architectural Design, and Best Luxury Waterfront Condo Development.
Belgravia Ace by Fairview Developments Pte Ltd (a unit of Tong Eng Group) was named Best Housing Development (Singapore), another highly sought-after title, and Best Strata Housing Development. Fairview Developments Pte Ltd (a unit of Tong Eng Group) was named Best Landed Developer.
Park Nova by Shun Tak Holdings won across three categories, including Best Ultra Luxury Condo Development. Meanwhile, The Assembly Place was named Best Co-Living Operator and received the Best Heritage Co-Living Space award for 138-142 Jalan Besar.
Aurum Land (Private) Limited won Best Lifestyle Developer and Best Boutique Developer. It also won Best Lifestyle Development for The Hyde.
Michelle Yong, CEO of Aurum Land and CEO and founder of Core Collective was this year’s recipient of the Singapore Real Estate Personality of the Year award for modernising Aurum Land into a true space and business innovator and contributing to Singapore’s co-sharing economy.
“I hope to live up to the legacy of this award and its past recipients by continuing to lead from the heart and build supportive environments that create change, advance communities, and accelerate growth,” said Yong in her acceptance speech.
The awards ceremony ended with the awardees on the stage for the annual group photo. Confetti spilled onto the stage, marking the end of the 12th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore).
The major winners of the 12th PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore) will compete for the “Best in Asia” regional awards at the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final in Bangkok on 9 December 2022.
Winners can be found here. Watch the full gala stream:
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