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Prestigious prizes for Cyprus buildings

The tallest residential seafront tower in Europe and a restaurant on water, both on the Limassol coast, won major prizes at a recent prestigious awards ceremony in London.

The stunning and innovative developments were recognised for their excellence at the European Property Awards 2016-2017 at the Marriott hotel, in Grosvenor Square, London on October 28.

Pafilia Property Developers got a Five Star Award for their project, One Residence, a landmark 37-storey residential property building made up of luxury apartments on the Limassol seafront.

Marios Makris Interior Design Consultant Ltd's Crystal  restaurant at the Limassol marina
Marios Makris Interior Design Consultant Ltd’s Crystal restaurant at the Limassol marina

Marios Makris Interior Design Consultant Ltd won a Highly Commended Award in the leisure interior design category for The Crystal Lounge Bar & Restaurant at Limassol marina. With a breathtaking view, the dining area literally floats on water.

Aristo Developers' Rose Villa in Paphos
Aristo Developers’ Rose Villa in Paphos

Aristo Developers also won a Five Star Award in the residential property category for Rose Villa, a luxury development in Paphos.

All three Cyprus-based companies competed against the best property professionals across Europe.

The European Property Awards, now in their 24th year, are judged by an independent panel of 70 industry experts.

Winners have the opportunity to continue to compete for the chance to be named Best in UK & Europe at the International Property Awards final on December 12.


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