Two RLB projects – Auckland’s Cordis Hotel and The Green Food & Beverage Precinct in Central Park – are in the hunt for prestigious property industry awards.
They are among ten finalists in the tourism and leisure category announced ahead of the 2022 Property Council New Zealand / Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards.
According to Richard Anderson, the secret is to create memorable places for people to escape from daily life.
“We know consumers crave unique local experiences and dynamic destinations. The exemplar hotel spaces Cordis has created offer new opportunities, new experiences, and luxury comfort.”
The agile and activated public space known as ‘The Green’ is also in the running for the Holmes Consulting Group Tourism and Leisure Property Award.
“Featuring a large outdoor digital screen and a strong F&B offering, it has the ability to be an events space, play zone, BBQ area and the heart of the Central Park Precinct while inspiring community pride and enhanced connectivity,” says RLB Director Josh Tattley.
Winners will be announced at the 2022 Property Council New Zealand / Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards, to be held at Spark Arena on Friday 12 August 2022.
Celebrating 25 years of sponsorship
When Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) commenced its support of the Property Industry Awards in 1997, many of the buildings that now shape our skylines, bring life to our cities and energy to local economies were still distant dreams or sketches on the drawing board.
Since then, the Property Council New Zealand has continued to recognise and reward excellence. RLB has been the proud sponsor and supporter of the awards program for each of these 25 years.