The 5th Annual PropertyGuru Indonesia Property Awards — the archipelago’s largest and most respected real estate honours — returns this September at the Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place, the event’s Official Hotel.
Presented by global brand Kohler, PropertyGuru Indonesia Property Awards will celebrate excellence in the Indonesian property sector. The Winners and Highly Commended awardees in 49 categories, including new honours for Best Emerging Developer, Best Town House Development, and Best Industrial Estate Development, will gather at the prestigious hotel’s Glassdoor Ballroom 1 on Thursday evening, 19 September 2019.
Welcoming around 350 guests, the exclusive event is among the year’s most anticipated real estate events in Indonesia. Other event partners include gold sponsor Hitachi Elevators & Escalators; bronze sponsors TEKA and Atlas Realty; official portal partner Rumah.com; media partners Bisnis Indonesia, Expat Biz, Investor Daily, Medcom.id, and Style & Décor; official magazine PropertyGuru Property Report; and official supervisor BDO.
This year’s elite shortlist includes past awardees such as 2018 two-time winner PT. Belaputera Intiland, 2018 Best Boutique Developer Triniti Land, 2016 Best Developer title holder PT Intiland Development Tbk, and 2015 Best Developer winner Sinar Mas Land.
The competition will also celebrate newcomers to the competition, including Greenwoods Group, ASTRA Property, Investaland Indonesia, PT. Astra Modern Land, Genesis Indojaya, PT. Easton Urban Kapital, and PT Waskita Karya Realty.
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