Belgrade Waterfront Wins Another European Property Award
For the second year in a row Belgrade Waterfront was honoured during the European Property Awards in the ‘Best Mixed-use Development’ category, at the official ceremony in London. This prestigious award grants Belgrade Waterfront a nomination for International Property Award, for which it will be competing against other winners in remaining regions of the world.
The top real estate development projects across the European region were evaluated by an independent panel of 80 industry experts based on their design, quality, service, innovation, originality and commitment to sustainability.
“It is a great honor to receive this prestigious recognition, and we are especially proud that the experts have recognized the qualities of the project for the second year in a row. With this award, we are obliged to continue with our mission – to create a unique riverfront lifestyle, both for our residents and for all fellow citizens and visitors,” said Nikola Nedeljkovic, General Manager of Belgrade Waterfront. “Many new and exciting projects are ahead of us, and they will strengthen Belgrade Waterfront’s position as one of the city’s most desirable destinations. We are about to open Belgrade park, along with the first section of Woodrow Wilson Boulevard. Next year, we will also open Galerija Belgrade, the largest shopping and entertainment destination in the region, which will set new retail standards,” added Nedeljkovic.
In addition to the highest award in the ‘Best Mixed-use Development’ category, Belgrade Waterfront is recognized for the quality of its website, as well as for BW Vista in the ‘Residential High-rise Development’ category. This residential building, as well as the BW Parkview, recently welcomed their residents, so more than 750 apartments have been moved into within the project so far.
The European Property Awards are part of the International Property Awards, a prestigious awards event that celebrates the highest levels of achievement by real estate developers. The awards are divided into regions that cover Africa, Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Canada, the Caribbean, Central & South America, Europe, the UK and the USA, and all participants enter at their relevant national level.