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UEM Sunrise’s The MINH Mont’Kiara and The Connaught One bag five awards at the Asia Pacific Property Awards

KUALA LUMPUR (July 6): UEM Sunrise Bhd took five awards at the Asia Pacific Property Awards 2023-2024 (APPA) held in Bangkok last month.
UEM Sunrise’s The MINH Mont’Kiara won two five-star awards for the Best Landscape Architecture and Best Residential High Rise Architecture, as well as being the winner for the Residential High-Rise Development under the Malaysian category.
The Connaught One in Cheras, the developer’s first transit-oriented development (TOD), bagged two five-star awards under the Malaysian category for the Best Apartment/Condominium Development and Best Commercial High Rise Architecture.
It was also nominated for the Best Commercial High Rise Architecture in the Asia Pacific category, earning the residence an award presentation in London.
The MINH Mont’Kiara, short for “Mont’Kiara Inspired-Nature Homes”, was launched officially on May 26. Inspired by the Indochine design expression, the 496-unit luxury residence comprises 42 storeys with only six units per floor, each adopting a spacious open-plan layout to cater to each resident’s current and future lifestyle needs.
The development is also located in the serene and quiet neighbourhood along Jalan Kiara 7 in Mont’Kiara and on an elevated freehold site adjacent to Bukit Kiara Hill. The residence is on track for completion in 2027.

The Connaught One is located in Cheras and close to the Taman Connaught MRT Station, with access to public transportation while offering various built-up homes for all market segments. Comprising  two towers, each 53 storeys high, it has 1,334 units from 9 to 16 units per floor, with various flexible and adaptable layouts to fit the residents’ current lifestyle. The residence is also targeted to complete in 2027.
“We are incredibly proud that both our latest developments, The MINH Mont’Kiara and The Connaught One, brought home more prestigious awards as well as, this time, being recognised in the Asia Pacific for their designs and offerings.
“The respective teams worked hard to ensure that we design homes that are not only valuedriven and future-proof but also accompanied by exceptional design concepts and practicalities to cater to our homebuyers’ varying lifestyles. Us bringing home these honours is a testament to that,” said UEM Sunrise chief development officer Mardiana Rahayu Tukiran at the event.

She added that APPA’s panel of judges consists of professionals of diverse backgrounds and expertise from all over the world, as well as their selection process and criteria that emphasise the developments’ unique and innovative designs, location, surrounding points of interest and target market.
The Asia Pacific Property Awards 2023-2024 was organised by the International Property Awards, one of the leading award programmes that cover many aspects of the property industry across several regions, including Africa, Asia Pacific, Canada, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, United Kingdom, and the US.

Source: EdgeProp.my

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