This year's winning developments, project teams and professionals came from Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, Nigeria, Mozambique, Namibia, Mauritius and Rwanda, and critically provided a moment of peer recognition for completed projects, said MD of API Events Kfir Rusin.
The projects were judged on a wide range of criteria including location, infrastructure and transport access, integration into the environment, originality of the concept, technical and architectural quality, services offered, sensitivity to the local community, innovation, sustainability, corporate staff involvement, response to market demands, financial performance, occupancy, and the impact of the project on economic convergence.
“We congratulate all the winners and finalists as well as their respective project teams. They have set an exceptionally high standard for real estate developments across sub-Saharan Africa and continue to shape the African built environment landscape. API Events is proud to be associated with these companies and wishes to aid in further pushing the boundaries of excellence for African property development,” said Rusin.
Karibu Homes | Nairobi, Kenya
Tatu City Education Village (Crawford International School) | Nairobi, Kenya
Project Team Award Winner: Boogertman+Partners Architects
Su Tower | Accra, Ghana
Project Team Awarded Winner: Boogertman+Partners Architects
Mon Tresor Business Gateway - Office Park | Plaine Magnien, Mauritius
Project Team Award Winner: Omnicane Ltd
Purple Haze | Nairobi, Kenya
Project Team Award Winner: Dewbury Limited
Hilton Garden Inn Mbabane| Mbabane, Eswatini
Project Team Award Winner: Paragon Architects
East Park Mall | Lusaka, Zambia
Project Team Award Winner: Graduare Property Development Limited
Appolonia City| Accra, Ghana
Project Team Award Winner: Rendeavour
Agility Logistics Parks| Maputo, Mozambique
Project Team Award Winner: Agility Africa
Neltah Mosimanegape | Tempest Gold, Botswana
Oluwatosin Ajose | Deal HQ Partners, Nigeria
Land Layby, Nigeria