Dot Property awards honour best developers, developments in VN
The 2020 Dot Property Vietnam Awards were given away in HCM City on July 23 to developers with outstanding achievements, prominent projects and leading brokers.
Innovation was a key theme during the awards this year and never has it been more important. Developers, real estate agencies and firms in the property sector have all needed to quickly innovate during what has been an extremely challenging time.
For the second consecutive year Novaland Group won the award for Vietnam Developer of the Year, the event’s top honour.
It also won for “Best Sustainable Residential Development” for Aqua City, “Best Entertainment and Resort Complex” for NovaWorld Phan Thiet and the “Special Recognition Award for Building Community”.
Sunshine Homes, a member of Sunshine Group, collected six awards, the most ever in a single year.
It won for Best Innovation and Technology and was one of only three winners in the Special Recognition Awards for Innovation category.
Sustainability and a commitment to green building was another theme celebrated this year.
VSIP Group and its member companies are at the forefront of that movement, and duly won five awards, including for Best Sustainable Commercial Development.
The Vietnamese People’s Choice Award for Project of the Year 2020 saw the public choose Sun World Ba Na Hills by Sun Group.
Tan Hoang Minh Group won for Best Luxury Residential High Rise Development and Best Ultra Luxury Condo Development.
Among the hospitality winners was Ocean Luxury Villa managed by Radisson Blu, which won for Best Luxury Beachfront Villa Resort Development.
This year saw the introduction of the Special Recognition Awards for Innovation, Building Community and Smart Green Solutions to pioneers in their respective fields and for helping elevate the entire sector.
DKRA Vietnam, CENLAND and TLH Real Estate Transaction Floor Company Limited were winners of the awards for Best Real Estate Agency, and DKRA Vietnam and CENLAND for Best Property Consultancy Firms.
In all there were awards in 36 categories.
“This year has been challenging for the Vietnam property sector, but things have started to turn around and the Dot Property Vietnam Awards was another step in the right direction,” Adam Sutcliffe, Dot Property director, events and international markets, said.
“The 2020 class of winners will forever be recognised for both their innovative spirit and ability to overcome adversity.”
In December the Dot Property Awards series concludes its yearly calendar with the Dot Property Southeast Asia Awards 2020. This year’s regional celebration will focus on supporting charity with proceeds going to COVID-19 relief efforts across Southeast Asia.