Adelphi Wharf makes a mark at property awards

11th April 2016

By Alex Timperley

The winners of the awards – which celebrate the best in premium residential projects – are chosen by a selection of consumers, agencies and leading industry professionals. This year saw Adelphi Wharf receive the highest percentage of votes and achieve the highest score in architectural design, spacial layout, special features and amenities amongst competitors in the same category.

Kieran Moore, director at Fortis Developments, added: “We worked closely with the local council and Urban Vision to ensure that Adelphi Wharf delivers striking, modern architecture along the city’s waterfront, while complementing the area with features such as the riverside walkway and bold colour scheme.”

Michael Fenlon, sales director at Knight Knox, said: “We’re delighted that Adelphi Wharf has been named Best Urban Living Development. It’s a stunning scheme and one we’re particularly proud of, so it’s no surprise it’s proving so popular – both with investors and award bodies!”

The win follows Knight Knox achieving the shortlist for Property Week’s RESI Awards 2016 in the Residential Investment Agency category. Delegates from Fortis Developments will attend the presentation ceremony for the iProperty award, which will take place on April 29 2016 in Kowloon, Hong Kong.

This prestigious award comes on the back of a highly successful art competition that saw children from local primary schools drawing a mural entitled “What Salford Means to Me”, with the winning piece adapted by a local Salfordian artist and displayed in the lobby of Adelphi Wharf when the site is complete. The competition was won by 9-year-old Nicole Blecharz from St Thomas of Canterbury R. C. School in Salford, with Nicole, her classmates and teachers collecting the prize from the Adelphi Wharf construction site.

For more information about Fortis Developments and Knight Knox visit www.fortisdevelopments.com and www.knightknox.com

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Adelphi Wharf makes a mark at property awards

11 April 2016

The winners of the awards – which celebrate the best in premium residential projects – are chosen by a selection of consumers, agencies and leading industry professionals. This year saw Adelphi Wharf receive the highest percentage of votes and achieve the highest score in architectural design, spacial layout, special features and amenities amongst competitors in the same category.

Kieran Moore, director at Fortis Developments, added: “We worked closely with the local council and Urban Vision to ensure that Adelphi Wharf delivers striking, modern architecture along the city’s waterfront, while complementing the area with features such as the riverside walkway and bold colour scheme.”

Michael Fenlon, sales director at Knight Knox, said: “We’re delighted that Adelphi Wharf has been named Best Urban Living Development. It’s a stunning scheme and one we’re particularly proud of, so it’s no surprise it’s proving so popular – both with investors and award bodies!”

The win follows Knight Knox achieving the shortlist for Property Week’s RESI Awards 2016 in the Residential Investment Agency category. Delegates from Fortis Developments will attend the presentation ceremony for the iProperty award, which will take place on April 29 2016 in Kowloon, Hong Kong.

This prestigious award comes on the back of a highly successful art competition that saw children from local primary schools drawing a mural entitled “What Salford Means to Me”, with the winning piece adapted by a local Salfordian artist and displayed in the lobby of Adelphi Wharf when the site is complete. The competition was won by 9-year-old Nicole Blecharz from St Thomas of Canterbury R. C. School in Salford, with Nicole, her classmates and teachers collecting the prize from the Adelphi Wharf construction site.

For more information about Fortis Developments and Knight Knox visit www.fortisdevelopments.com and www.knightknox.com

Alex Timperley

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