Final call for StarProperty Real Estate Developer entries


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PETALING JAYA: Wholly owned Star Media Group subsidiary StarProperty is making the final call for entries for its upcoming Real Estate Developer Awards 2024 (pic) – a distinguished annual event which will see a total of 44 categories, featuring four new additions, to capture the dynamism of the real estate sector.

The new additions include The Healer Award, The Urban Oasis Award, The Sustainability Vanguard Award, and The Newsmaker of the Year Award.

These new accolades will be presented to the developers with the best medical-oriented development, the best hotel with residential-building development, the best environmental, social and governance-conscious development, and the most compelling storyline, respectively.

The Healer Award will be conferred to the best-managed medical premise that excels in offering a comprehensive range of features tailored for healthcare.

The recipient has to demonstrate superior management practices in the maintenance of the healthcare-focused facilities, ambience and designs.

The Urban Oasis Award is to recognise the developer whose project offers a mixed development that combines hotel services with residential units.

The recipient must demonstrate superior management practices in maintaining the hotel facilities while striking an optimal balance with the residential component.

Given the importance of environment, social and governance (ESG) matters, the Sustainability Vanguard Award is introduced to give emphasis to these growing concerns. The award will be presented to the property that incorporates ESG considerations from inception to completion, coupled with on-going sustainability practices ensuring its continuous maintenance.

Finally, the recipient of The Newsmaker of the Year Award should have made a significant impact, achieved notable accomplishments or played a pivotal role in shaping and influencing real estate news and events for 2023.

It could be for the developer who has demonstrated exceptional leadership, innovation or has been a key figure in driving change and progress within this industry.Meanwhile, StarProperty is excited to announce the initiation of submissions for the prestigious StarProperty Real Estate Developer Awards 2024.

“As we embark on this thrilling journey to recognise excellence in property development, we encourage developers and industry stakeholders to submit their exceptional projects for an opportunity to be acknowledged and celebrated in this year’s awards,” said StarProperty general manager Mindy Chia.

These awards serve as a distinguished platform that honours visionaries and trailblazers who shape the real estate landscape, she said. The recognition extends beyond architectural brilliance to projects that make significant contributions to the community and the environment.

By joining the StarProperty Real Estate Developer Awards, developers can gain:

1. Prominent Recognition: Gain recognition for their innovative and exceptional projects on a national level.

2. Showcase Expertise: Showcase their expertise and commitment to excellence in the real estate industry.

3. Networking Opportunities: Connect with industry leaders, experts and potential collaborators during the awards ceremony.

4. Media Exposure: Enjoy extensive media coverage, putting their projects in the spotlight.5. Build Trust: Enhance their brand reputation and build trust among clients, investors and stakeholders.

To enter, register at https://bit.ly/ SPDA2024. The entry submission deadline is Feb 19, 2024. Don’t miss the chance to be part of this prestigious event that celebrates excellence and innovation in the real estate industry. Submit your entries now and be recognised as a key player in shaping the future of Malaysian real estate.

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