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Monday, September 22, 2008

Mah Sing is 'Top Developer Overall'

Property developer Mah Sing Group Bhd has swept three awards out of seven categories at the Euromoney Liquid Real Estate Awards 2008, including the highest honour of "Top Developer Overall Malaysia".

The other two awards were "Best Office/Business Developer Malaysia" and "Best Mixed-Use Developer Malaysia".

Currently in its fourth year, the awards cover developers, lenders, advisory firms, investment banks, investment managers and property management firms from more than 50 countries, across a variety of regional categories.

The organiser, Euromoney Liquid Real Estate, is a leading publication focused on international real estate financial markets.

The Top Developer Award is the single most important category in the developers' award and honours only one developer in each country. Mah Sing Group is recognised as the nation's major builder of quality luxury homes and forward-thinking business/commercial developer.

Mah Sing currently has 14 projects in the Klang Valley, Johor Baru and Penang. The group's platter of luxurious, quality ho-mes and prime commercial projects is focused on the medium- to high-end property segments in Malaysia.

The Euromoney Liquid Real Estate Award is based on surveys and assessments of real estate's sector performance and achievements over the past 12 months, and the winning companies are selected through an annual real estate awards poll organised by Euromoney magazine's research team.

Target respondents include real estate developers, advisers, financial institutions, investors and the end-users.

The official award presentation will be held at a gala dinner in London on October 2.

By New Straits Times

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