At the end of February this year, the Romanian developer Forty Management received the “Most Sustainable Green Project” award for the Central District 4 Elements project. In its second edition, and offered by the prestigious magazine The Times, the award aims to recognize and reward the main players in the real estate market in Romania. Due to pandemic restrictions, the award was presented only in early August.
”This award is a recognition of the efforts we make every day for the construction of environmentally friendly complexes, “green” buildings, sustainable, with attention to the quality of housing. The award given by The Times is all the more important for us, as it is given to a mixed, large-scale development, which is positioned at an average selling price in the real estate market. This award shows us that it is possible that not only premium developments are sustainable and “green”, and it is further proof of the success of our concept, Affordable Luxury. Anyway, it’s a premiere for an “affordable” project. We are honored and motivated to continue in this direction in the future,” said Lucian Azoitei, CEO of Forty Management.
This award complements other awards won by the Central District 4 Elements project: “Best Mixed Development in Romania in 2019” given at the International Propery Award, London, “Best Real Estate Development” given by BUILD Awards, UK, finalist of Architecture Annual etc.