September 27, 2011

Regnum comes back from "European Property Awards”, one of the most prestigous real estate contests in Europe, with three awards. The corporate website of Regnum has been elected the “Best website", while the Escana houses in Bodrum built by Regnum were granted the “Best interior design” and “Best mixed usage" awards. Regnum received the awards during the ceremony at Park Lane Hotel in Mayfair, London on September 22-23.

Regnum, awarded in 3 different categories at the 17-year-old European Property Awards, has outpaced its strong rivals in the competitive market of “European Real Estate.” The company has been awarded the “Best Interior Design” and “Best Mixed Usage” for Escana Houses as well as the “Best Website” for the corporate website for Regnum at

Coming back from the contest with three awards, Regnum will compete with the best projects in Europe and Africa as well as with the categorically prize-winning projects from Africa, America, Arabian peninsula and Asia Pacific for the International Property Awards, which is the second phase of the contest in Europe.

Held in collaboration with Google and Bloomberg Network, the Property Awards have a distinguished role in the real estate industry with its collective knowledge, and the members of the jury include James Bacon, the President of Google UK; Peter Bolton King, CEO of the British Real Estate Federation; David Dalby, Chairman of Royal Chamber of Engineers, and Mike McNamara of Royal Bank of Scotland.

Regnum Escana Houses

Offering a unique experience of Bodrum by combining the authentic local architecture with the 21st century technology, Regnum Escana Houses have become the favorite living space in Bodrum with its location and exclusive architectural design. At Regnum Escana, 25 triplex villas have an area of 18 decares and a total construction area of 10.800 square meters, with the size of villas varying from 400 to 450 square meters. Built with the concept of "smart home", Escana has heating and air-conditioning systems that can be pre-operated via mobile phone or internet, as well as all electrical and electronic devices, including lighting and television, that can be remotely controlled.