K2 Property Development Group wins big at the Housing Industry Awards

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K2 Property Development Group has won five awards across multiple categories at the NSW Housing Industry Association (HIA) Awards night on Saturday, October 8 in the Grand Ballroom at ICC Sydney.

The Housing Awards showcase, highlight and reward the achievements of the HIA member builders and building professionals in the NSW housing industry.

Chainmail House.

The building and development company’s winning projects include the Chainmail House which won Home of the Year, the Custom-Built Home of the Year and Custom-Built Home over $2.5 million; as well as the Point Piper building that won Apartment of the Year and Apartment Complex up to 20 apartments.

Managing Director of K2 Property Development Group, Michael Koundouris, said: “The awards are validation of K2’s continued focus on delivering high quality projects with innovative and contemporary designs.”

“I’m immensely proud of the team for their hard work and commitment to these projects.”

Furthermore, K2 in conjunction with Architects MHND Union was awarded the ‘good design award’ for Architectural Design, which is a globally recognised seal for design excellence. It certifies the project has met international design criteria.

Point Piper apartment.

K2 have recently completed projects in Bondi, North Bondi, Waverley, Vaucluse, and Casey (Canberra).

The K2 Team are delivering 1A Hill Street, Dulwich Hill (71 Apartments) with Squillace Architects, and are excited to announce a soon-to-be released upcoming project in Five Dock.

READ MORE: Michael Koundouris’ property group buys iconic Blue Mountain Hotel in Lawson.

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