Chris Farhi.

Airport team wins urban design award, Farhi takes supreme title

The Auckland Airport property team has won the Property Council’s third annual Auckland property people award for urban design for its work on stage of The Landing business precinct at the airport.

The supreme award went to Chris Farhi (pictured), who leads Colliers’ research & consulting team. He was also named young achiever of the year.

Property Council branch president Michael Holloway said: “The Auckland Airport property team has shared a consistent vision to develop a world-class industrial business park, setting itself apart as a market leader who focuses not only on functionality, but also on driving quality design that will endure over time.

“They have been described as exceptionally professional & results-focused. The team culture is strong, professional yet relaxed, with a high level of respect & appreciation for everyone’s individual expertise.

“The Landing stage 2 delivers world-class architecture & urban design, transport connectivity & amenity, all aimed at enriching the working experience of its tenants & the surrounding community – a vision brought to life by this spectacular group of people.”

Award winners (sponsors in brackets):

Supreme award (Greenstone Group): Chris Farhi, Colliers International
Sheree Cooney memorial young achiever (Buchan): Chris Farhi, Colliers International
Urban design (Ignite): Auckland Airport property team
Best team (Barker & Associates): Wynyard development team
Property professional of the year (JLL): Lloyd Budd, Bayleys Real Estate
Women in property (Resene): Kelly Bunyan, Spark
Outstanding leadership (Rider Levett Bucknall): Colleen Seth, Auckland University
Long service (BSA Law): Waren Warfield, founding director of RCP
Judges’ choice (AMP Capital): Alastair Kent-Johnston, Blue Barn Consulting

Attribution: Council release.

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