x Abu Dhabi, UAEMonday 24 July 2017

The iconic Etihad Towers scheme on the Abu Dhabi Corniche has scooped five awards at the Arabian regional competition of the International Property Awards.

Etihad Towers received awards for Best Residential High-rise Development in Arabia, Best Commercial High-rise Development Arabia, Best Residential High-rise Development in Abu Dhabi, Best Commercial High-rise Development Abu Dhabi and Best Mixed-use Development Abu Dhabi. Silvia Razgova / The National
Etihad Towers received awards for Best Residential High-rise Development in Arabia, Best Commercial High-rise Development Arabia, Best Residential High-rise Development in Abu Dhabi, Best Commercial High-rise Development Abu Dhabi and Best Mixed-use Development Abu Dhabi. Silvia Razgova / The National

The iconic Etihad Towers scheme on the Abu Dhabi Corniche has scooped five awards at the Arabian regional competition of the International Property Awards.

The mixed use tower complex developed by Sheikh Suroor Projects Department (SSPD) will go on to compete in the grand final of the International Property Awards global competition taking place in London in December.

The five towers development received awards for Best Residential High-rise Development in Arabia, Best Commercial High-rise Development Arabia, Best Residential High-rise Development in Abu Dhabi, Best Commercial High-rise Development Abu Dhabi and Best Mixed-use Development Abu Dhabi.

Richard Foulds, the head of property at Etihad Towers, said: “This recognition bears testament to Etihad Towers’ steadfast commitment to excellence, as well as the high standards we apply to every aspect of our development.”

The judging panel consisted of approximately 70 professionals including Andrew Panting, the director of operations for the British Property Federation, Peter Bolton King, the global residential director of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS); and Christian Morris, director /owner of architectural firm Yotomo.

Etihad Tower 2 was this week named as the world’s ninth tallest residential building by database Emporis.

lbarnard@thenational.ae