Ivory Property Group’s Moonlight Bay project has received the Best Leisure Development Award at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2011 in Shanghai.
A record 21 countries took part in the competition this year, which was part of the International Property Awards covering residential as well as commercial categories.
The group’s chief operating officer Datuk Ooi Chin Loo said attaining one of these coveted awards was indisputable evidence that Ivory was capable of beating some exceedingly strong contenders within the highly competitive Asia Pacific property arena.
“It is definitely a boost of confidence for Ivory to continue ‘building a better world for our future generations’ (Ivory’s tagline),” he said after receiving the award from International Property Awards president Stuart Shield at a gala dinner in Shanghai.
Last year, Ivory’s Penang Times Square was also commended for the Best Mixed-Use Development.
Attributing the commendation to several factors, Ooi said Moonlight Bay was equipped with security services, landscaped greenery, stonework retaining walls, pocket parks and cascading water features.
“It offers residents an ideal sanctuary to enjoy peace and tranquillity away from the city’s hustle and bustle, bringing them closer to nature.
“Its strategic location — in proximity with places of interest like Butterfly Farm, Tropical Fruit Farm, Batu Ferringhi night market, restaurants and pubs — makes it an ideal project for the market,” he added. - By The Star