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Friday, May 21, 2010

Mah Sing wins at 2010 Cityscape Asia Real Estate Awards

Southbay City, Penang

Mah Sing Group Berhad (Mah Sing) won the prestigious award for Best Developer – Waterfront Development (Future) for its Southbay project in Penang Island at the 2010 Cityscape Asia Real Estate Awards Ceremony in Singapore on May 18.

Southbay is an iconic township located at Batu Maung, Penang Island. The elite township development comprises residential homes and serviced residences, retail and commercial strips, recreational and tourism attractions, hotels and malls, and world-class lifestyle entertainment, shopping and dining districts. The first phase of Southbay City has more than 1,500 registrants thus far.

Mah Sing Group managing director Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum said, “We are very pleased with this award as it recognises the Group’s firm commitment to excellence. This award marks the Group’s seventh award for the year - the Group was named the Best Brand in the Property Category in The Brand Laureate 2009-2010 Awards; our projects in Klang Valley and Penang Island won four awards at the Asia Pacific International Property Awards 2010; and our plastics division had garnered the 8th Asia Pacific International Honesty Enterprise – Keris Award 2009.

“It is indeed an honour to be recognised for what we do but more importantly it is testament to the talent and passion of our entire organisation, which is committed to delivering innovative concepts, high quality and exceptional service. These awards have not only given us the recognition but also the boost for us to perform better.”

The Cityscape Awards for Real Estate in Asia recognises and rewards excellence and outstanding performance in architecture and design for projects in the region.

By The Star

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