Dubai / Emirates Business
DAMAC Properties, a leading luxury real estate developer in the region, collected five awards at the Arabian Property Awards held recently in Dubai, where it was recognised as a leader in the five categories for distinctive architecture and exceptional interior design. DAMAC also received two nominations for the International Property Awards that will be held next year in May.
The award-winning developer received accolades for its master community DAMAC Hills, as well as its luxury developments under construction including AYKON City, Paramount Tower Hotel & Residences and DAMAC Towers by Paramount Hotels & Resorts.
During the ceremony, a 70-strong panel of judges spanning a spectrum of fields from the industry awarded DAMAC for best ‘Residential High-rise Development’ for AYKON City, ‘Mixed-use Development’ for DAMAC Hills, ‘Hotel Interior’ for DAMAC Towers by Paramount Hotels & Resorts, as well as ‘Best Developer Website’ and ‘Best Hotel Architecture’ for Paramount Tower Hotel & Residences. DAMAC also received two nominations at the International Property Awards 2018 for ‘Best Developer Website’ and ‘Best Hotel Architecture’.
The winning project and website will represent the region and contend with other international winners from around the world at the acclaimed International Property Awards which will be hosted in London later this year.
Commenting on the awards, Niall McLoughlin, Senior Vice President, DAMAC Properties said: “We are pleased to be recognised by the panel for so many projects, as such recognition is a testament to the pioneering work that DAMAC produces to develop unique and innovative concepts. We are particularly delighted to have received recognition for our golf community DAMAC Hills, which is already home to hundreds of families who opted to make it their home.”
The Africa and Arabia Property Awards are some of the most highly sought-after prizes in the Middle East real estate industry and have been running for over 25 years. DAMAC Properties has participated since 2005 and received countless awards at both the international and Pan-Arab level.