Local firms’ projects among top global property developments

Yu says success is within everyone’s reach.

A MALAYSIAN project was among 29 of the world’s best property developments announced via an online live broadcast.

PKT Logistics Sdn Bhd’s The 12 Waves, located in the company’s One Auto Hub in Penang, was the World Silver Winner in the Industrial Category.

Another local developer, SP Setia, earned the World Gold award in the Master Plan Category for Battersea Power Station, which is in the United Kingdom.

This is the second time the winners of the annual award dubbed the property “Oscar” were announced online.

FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence Awards 2021 committee president Yu Kee Su congratulated all winners and their respective organisations for their achievements.

“Success is not preserved for a precious few but is within everyone’s reach.

“We truly hope you are enjoying success in your work, businesses, lives and other endeavours, ” he added.

Yu highlighted that 2021 marked the 30th anniversary of the award.

Initiated in 1992, it aims to recognise excellent real estate projects that make the world a better place to work, live and play in.

The award has become the most sought-after in the global property industry.

Out of the 29 awards given out, 12 were World Gold Awards while 17 were World Silver Awards.

The winning developments were from the United States, Indonesia, Taiwan, Hungary, Singapore, United Kingdom, India and Malaysia.

Yu thanked the past world presidents, awards committee, judges, panel, auditor, secretariat, sponsors and media partner who made the award outstanding.

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