Horizon Development receives International Property Award


Horizon Development was recognized as the best developer in Hungary for its Eiffel Palace Office Building, at the International Property Awards 2015-2016 ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane, London, on September 22, a press release issued today reveals.

Entrants were judged by a strict set of criteria and evaluated by a panel of more than 70 experts from all over the world chaired by two active members of the House of Lords: Lord Caithness (development) and Lord Best (real estate), the announcement said.

Horizon Development’s managing partners Attila Kovács MRICS and Balázs Czár agreed that: “Receiving such acknowledgment in the international arena only reassures us in our attempt to develop world-class, top quality, sustainable buildings that stand out with their unique features both in Hungary and abroad.’’

“Once again, European developers have excelled in this competition by entering a select number of simply stunning  developments. These projects are aesthetically beautiful, highly functional, eco-friendly and feature state-of-the-art technology,” Stuart Shield, president of the International Property Awards, said.


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