Park Towers in the Dubai International Financial Centre has scooped the title of ‘World’s Best’ in the ‘Best Mixed-Use Development’ category at the International Property Awards in London.
The Park Towers development was propelled to the International Property Awards after landing five honours at the Arabian Property Awards last month.
“These awards are validation from our industry peers that our strategic approach to sustainable development has been the right course of action in a challenging market,” said Niall McLoughlin, senior VP of Damac Properties.
Perhaps the standout feature of the award-winning build is the architectural design. The twin elliptical shaped towers change shape as they rise, with no two floor plates the same, and the towers’ form expands from the base, with the maximum floor plates achieved at the mid-point, before receding until they reach the crest.
Triangular, energy-reducing, solar-glass panels comprise the external facade, with every panel a different size.
“The string of internationally-recognised awards we have received this year reaffirms our position as one of the leading regional developers, and one of the most highly-regarded in the world,” said McLoughlin.
Damac also received a gold five-star Arabian Property Award for ‘Best High-Rise Architecture’ for its luxury Al Jawharah tower in Saudi Arabia.
In 2010, the developer won the International Property Award for ‘Best High Rise Architecture’ for its first Versace-branded residential Damac Tower.