After taking home the grand prize in 2013 and being nominated again last year for its property in Berlin
, VISIONAPARTMENTS was once again among the big winners in the third edition of SO!APART – the premiere gathering of the serviced apartments industry in the German-speaking countries. This year, the company’s flagship house in Zurich picked up an award in the new jury category “international” and came in second for the audience prize “grand and great”. The prizes were presented as part of an official SO!APART awards ceremony held on Thursday, 19 November at Hotel Moa in Berlin.
With submissions from outside of Germany being accepted for the first time in 2015, VISIONAPARTMENTS opted to enter the running with its flagship house in Zurich. The modern property is located at Wolframplatz 1
, a choice location near the Zürich-Giesshübel train station. Featuring five different stylish designs, its 206 units are sure to quicken the pulses of those look to rent accommodations in Switzerland
’s biggest city. The seven-storey flagship house also offers a fitness and wellness area, an exclusive VIP lounge on its top floor, several laundry facilities, and an underground car park with 35 spaces.
“VISIONAPARTMENTS is without a doubt one of the fresh and dynamic brands in our industry. With its flagship house in Zurich, the company has truly set new standards in the serviced apartments business,” declares Anett Gregorius, CEO of Apartmentservice and the organiser of SO!APART 2015. “We’d like to congratulate them on winning another SO!APART award!”
VISIONAPARTMENTS CEO Anja Graf was equally delighted by the distinction. “It’s really an honour to have been named among the lucky winners again this year. Winning this accolade underscores all the positive feedback we’ve received from our customers and the high occupancy rate we’ve seen at our flagship house,” she states. “I’d like to dedicate this prestigious award to my employees, who work to make the VISIONAPARTMENTS brand great every day. Their contribution to this accomplishment can’t be overstated.”