Mauritius’ integrated village Azuri gets accolades at African Property Awards
For Azuri, obtaining this desired recognition is indisputable proof that this project of an integrated village is capable of surpassing even extremely tough competitors in this highly aggressive domain of the African property market. (Image: Company)
The Azuri project by Mauritian property major Bluelife Limited has distinguished itself during the African Property Awards 2014-2015 in several categories, straddling ‘Architectural Multiple Residence, Apartment’ and ‘Residential Development’ for Mauritius.
Trophies will be handed out during a glittering awards dinner ceremony next month in Dubai, where this year’s edition of the African Property Awards will be organized, in association with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
In its quest for recognition, the Azuri project has taken a number of development projects in the region head-on, and emerged a winner.
Participants enter at their relevant national level, and are judged by a highly experienced team of professionals who cover the whole range of property disciplines.
This recognition celebrates the highest level of achievement by companies operating across all sectors of the property and real estate industry.
Winning an African Property Award, which comes under the aegis of the International Property Awards established in 1995, is a world renowned mark of excellence.
For Azuri, obtaining this desired recognition is indisputable proof that this project of an integrated village is capable of surpassing even extremely tough competitors in this highly aggressive domain of the African property market.
The regional winners, which have already surpassed their peers to win the African Property Awards will go on to compete with other winning companies from Europe, Asia-Pacific, Canada, the United States, the Central and South America, Caribbean, Arabia and the United Kingdom, to arrive at the world’s finest real estate and property development companies.