Jewel Gold Coast Residences named world’s best at International Property Awards

Jewel Gold Coast Residences named world’s best at International Property Awards
Jewel Gold Coast Residences named world’s best at International Property Awards

The $1.25 billion Wanda Ridong Jewel development in Queensland has won the ‘Mixed-use Architecture’ category at the International Property Awards 2016 in London, after winning the Asia Pacific title earlier this year.

Jewel managing director Weimin Xu said it was an honour for the resort, currently in construction on the Surfers Paradise beach front.

He said it was recognised for its avant-garde architecture and unconventional approach.

Jewel was competing against five other projects from around the world.

It is set for completion in the first quarter of 2019.

DBI design's Jewel architect, Barry Lee, said Jewel would be "a remarkable addition to the cityscape."

The International Property Awards program, now in its 24th year, is judged by an independent panel of 70 industry experts, who consider design, quality, service, innovation, originality and commitment to sustainability.

Jewel was competing in the category of mixed-use architecture against architectural structures including Brussels’ Le Toison D’or, London’s 17 Echo St, Umhlanga’s Oceans, Al Zorah’s Resorts, and Manhattan’s 35XV.

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