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DAMAC wins big at Arabian Property Awards

Beirut project bags two at the Arabian Property Awards

Damac's 28-storey building in Beirut
Damac's 28-storey building in Beirut

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Beirut's DAMAC Tower has won two categories in the Arabian Property Awards.

The 28-storey building won Best High-rise Architecture and Best Interior Design at the awards, and will now go forward to compete in the global leg of the competition in London in November.

“This official recognition from a judging panel of distinguished experts is one of the highest endorsements a developer could hope to receive in one of its projects” said Mc Loughlin, Senior Vice President of DAMAC Properties.

DAMAC Tower was launched in June and is the first Versace-branded residential tower in the region. Situated in the  marina area of the new Solidere development in Beirut, the flowing curves of the building were designed to emulate the waves of the nearby ocean.


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