The ULI Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence is one of the development community’s most prestigious awards in the region.
The winners of the 2020 ULI Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence were announced in September 2020.
Watch the presentation video on Knowledge Finder.
Find out more about the original 19 finalists, which were shortlisted in May.
About the ULI Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence
Recognition of excellence in land use practice has long been a guiding principle of the ULI, leading to the creation of the Global Awards for Excellence in 1979, and the launch of an Asia Pacific Awards programme in 2019. Winning projects represent the highest standards of achievement in the development industry. The programme is today widely recognised by the development community as one of its most prestigious awards.
The ULI Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence recognise the full development process of a project, not just its architecture or design—although these elements play an important role. The jury will evaluate projects and programmes on the extent to which they:
- Achieve marketplace acceptance/financial success;
- Achieve a high standard of excellence across a range of disciplines—architecture, design, planning, construction, sustainability, resiliency, economics, management, etc.;
- Are relevant to their communities’ needs;
- Have a positive impact on communities and/or immediate context;
- Provide a model, strategy, or technique that can be replicated or adapted elsewhere.
A jury of ULI full members chooses finalists and winners. Members of the jury are recognised leaders representing a broad geographic diversity and many areas of real estate development expertise, including finance, architecture, design, land planning and development, public affairs, and professional services.
The Asia Pacific Awards for Excellence have recognised a wide variety of product types, including office, residential, recreational, urban/mixed use, industrial/office park, commercial/retail, new community, rehabilitation, public, open space, and legacy projects, as well as programmes and projects that do not fit into any of these product categories.
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