International real estate advisors CBRE picked up their first CEEQA awards since 2008, hitting back with a hat trick of awards for Capital Markets and Office Agency of the year as well as Property Management Company of the Year, at the twelfth annual CEEQA Gala on Tuesday night at SOHO Factory in Warsaw.
Other big winners on the night were Griffin Real Estate with awards for overall Company of the Year having already landed the award for Rising Star as nearly 700 regional and international real estate leaders from more than 50 countries gathered to celebrate the successes and success stories of the New Europe property sector during the past calendar year.
Among the big winners on the night were the CPI’s Quadrio mixed use scheme in Prague with Overall Building of the Year SEE and AFI Europe’s AFI Park 2&3 which was named overall Building of the Year SEE, while Eiffel Palace in Budapest (Horizon Development) was named best office project, Atrium Felicity (Atrium European Real Estate) was named best retail project and the Hilton Kiev (Saint Sophia Homes) took best hotel, leisure & residential building – the second successive year this award has gone to a Ukrainian development.
Having won the 2015 award for RealGreen Building of the Year, Portland Trust’s Floreasca Park went one better with the overall Green Leadership Award. In the company and agent awards sections HB Reavis Group (Developer), Panattoni Europe (Industrial Developer), P3 Logistic Parks (Investor), Helaba (Lender), Dentons (Legal & Financial Services), Arcadis (Development Services) and Skanska (Construction), JLL (Retail Agency) and Colliers International (Industrial Agency) were also successful.
Guests at the event raised nearly €20,000 for the Polish charity Fundacja Dziecieca Fantazja [Foundation for Children’s Dreams] working to light up the lives of Polish children who suffer from terminal illnesses or life limiting conditions by making their dreams and wishes come true.