Waterfall Estate wins Best Mixed-use Development Awards

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Waterfall Estate wins Prestigious African Property Awards.

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Waterfall Estate is amongst the winning companies of the prestigious African Property Awards 2014-2015 - winning the 'Best Mixed-use Development in South Africa and Africa' awards, in association with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, announced in Dubai.

Says Stuart Shield, president of the International Property Awards; "Attaining one of these coveted awards is indisputable evidence that Waterfall Estate is capable of outperforming some exceedingly strong contenders within the highly competitive African property arena".

The African Property Awards form a part of the long established International Property Awards and the award winners' logo is recognized as a symbol of excellence throughout the global industry. To this end, Waterfall Estate competed against a number of developers in the African region to receive this recognition.

Willie Vos, CEO of Waterfall Management and Operating Company says; "We are delighted at this great achievement and believe this recognition is testament to the world class development we, and our partners, are building within South Africa an Estate that promotes an integrated live/work/play environment that provides a new standard in quality Estate living.

Acknowledgment must also be given to one of our partners on the residential side of the Estate, Century Property Developments, for their contribution towards the submission of this award nomination, as well as to our commercial partner Attacq who continues to play a major role in the successful development of this Mixed-use Development."

Concludes Shield; "Once again the competition this year has been of a very high standard and brought the very best of Africa's property professionals to the fore."

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