01 12 2020
ONE FEATURED IN THE TOP 21 PROJECTS IN THE WORLD, LAUNCHING IN 2021
ONE, has been highlighted in the ‘top 21 projects launching in 2021’ in a report released by The B1M, the world’s leading global video channel for the architecture and construction industry with over 18 million viewers each month. In the report, ONE the tallest residential seafront tower in Europe, ranks highly alongside some of the world’s most prestigious and iconic projects. Pafilia's innovative tower sits comfortably with the vertical forests in Huanggang region, the DJI headquarters with interconnecting towers designed by Foster + Partners in China, with New York City's stunning floating garden, Universal Studio's new theme park resort and with globally recognised landmarks in London, such as the Elizabeth Tower, widely known as Big Ben, which has been restored and modernised. It is worth mentioning, that this report has considered the adverse conditions faced by the construction industry around the world last year, which were not enough to overturn the completion of all these extraordinary and pioneering projects. To see the full video go to the Pafilia Youtube Channel at https://youtu.be/L9odSriWjxs) Executive Director Evangelia Eliadou comments: “This video demonstrates and ranks the world’s most iconic architectural and engineering masterpieces including our flagship Limassol project ONE. It highlights the vast changes we have seen in recent years in the construction sector, bringing new technologies and evolving the skills of the local work force in our country. We are very proud that one of our projects has contributed to these changes and that Cyprus is now recognized as an attractive destination for real estate investors. It is also a great honor to be featured in the international media, especially one that is an expert in the global real estate and construction sector. The construction of such large scale and multifaceted projects involves a dynamic business approach, one which requires the support of the state to encourage international investment to our island”.