Forté Needs Your Vote

7th January 2014

Forté, the world’s tallest timber apartment building, located in Victoria Harbour, has been nominated for an international award and we need your vote to win!

GreenTec Awards - Intelligent Urbanization Special Award

The megatrend urbanization is one of the defining phenomena of both today and of the future. In face of the current population growth as well as the constantly growing urbanization rates, figuratively speaking one new city of a million inhabitants will be created every five days until 2050. The topic of urbanization is also present at this year’s GreenTec Awards. In cooperation with intelligent urbanization, the new portal of Messe München surrounding the topic of urbanization, the special prize will be awarded for the first time in 2014. Projects and initiatives, which contribute to an improvement in the quality of life in the urban space, will be honored by the event.

The intelligent urbanization GreenTec award is one of four special awards allowing the public to vote online.

It’s simple, click on the link below, select Forté and click on the “Vote Now!” button at the bottom of the website.

With your support, Forté could be awarded the Intelligent Urbanization Special Prize at the GreenTec Awards in Germany.  Thanks in advance for taking the time to vote.

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