The Palais des Festivals et des Congrès in Cannes, venue of the trade show

MIPIM (in French, Le Marché International des Professionnels de L’immobilier) is an international property event hosted in Cannes, France each March. It is hosted by Reed MIDEM and includes an exhibition area, networking events and conference sessions over four days. The 2021 event is due to take place from 7 to 10 June.

The event aims to facilitate business between investors, corporate end-users, local authorities, hospitality professionals, industrial and logistics players and other real estate professionals.[1]

Programme [ edit ]

MIPIM presents discussions, keynotes, panels and presentations focusing on property investment, trends and development across many real estate sectors.[2]

MIPIM offers several networking events, with the goal of facilitating business between participants. These events usually include themed breakfasts and luncheons, an opening cocktail party, the MIPIM Awards ceremony, and dedicated meetings.[3]

"RE-Invest (the Real Estate Institutional Investors' Summit)[4] serves as a platform to discuss real estate issues. Prior to the event, research and surveys are commissioned by MIPIM to determine important industry questions. During the event, participants review and debate the findings of this research. An analysis of the summit is then published and circulated.

Country of Honour [ edit ]

Each year, MIPIM highlights a country which shows great development and achievement in the real estate industry. The country is named "Country of Honour" and a series of conferences and events are held about it. Germany was named Country of Honour in 2012,[5] Turkey was named as the 2013 Country of Honour,[6] and in 2014, Brazil, Russia and Turkey were recognised as Countries of Honour.

MIPIM Awards [ edit ]

The MIPIM jury and delegates vote to determine the winners of the MIPIM Awards in several categories.

Past MIPIM Awards winners [ edit ]

MIPIM Awards
Year category I

Business centres
category II

Shopping centres
category III

Office buildings
category IV

Refurbished office buildings
category V

Residential developments
1992 One Canada Square, London
1998 Stadttor, Düsseldorf Le Jardin des Fonderies, Brussels
1999 debisPotsdamer Platz, Berlin Forum Aveiro, Aveiro Scottish Widows headquarters, Edinburgh ING Bank headquarters, Amsterdam Place Princesse Palatine, Paris
2000 Green Island, Brussels Centro Vasco da Gama, Lisbon Brook House, London
Year category I

Business centres
category II

Shopping centres
category III

Hotels and tourism resorts
category IV

Refurbished office buildings
category V

Residential developments
2001 Sevens, Düsseldorf Istanbul-Istanbul, Istanbul
2003 Berliner Bogen, Hamburg Almada Forum, Almada Sofitel Hotel, Chicago World Trade Center, Amsterdam Chateau de la Reine Blanche, Paris
2004 Metropolitan, Warsaw Centro Comercial Berceo, Berceo Grand Hotel Heiligendamm, Heiligendamm Kenzo headquarters, Paris Grosvenor Place, Hong Kong[7]
2005 Mondrian, Brussels Principe Plo, Madrid Wales Millennium Center, Cardiff Le Monde headquarters, Paris Turning Torso, Malmö
2006 Home Office, London Weltstadthaus, Cologne Villa Kennedy, Frankfurt am Main Madou Plaza, Brussels The Lake Apartments, Vilamoura
2007 Pórtico, Madrid Europa Passage, Hamburg Malmaison Oxford, Oxford Castle, Oxford Belmont Court, Brussels Colliers Kirinda, Kirinda
Year category I

Business centres
category II

Green buildings
category III

Hotels and tourism resorts
category IV

Refurbished office buildings
category V

Residential developments
2008 Council of Europe, Strassbourg Crane Track, Amsterdam Mövenpick Hotel im Wasserturm, Hamburg Unilever House, London Chimney Pot Park, Salford
2009 Kranhaus 1, Cologne CSET, Ningbo Phoenix Island Villa, Seogwipo Les Ecuries de la Chasse Royale, Brussels Mountain Dwellings, Copenhagen
2010 GlaxoSmithKline, Brussels Solaris, Brussels Kameha Grand Hotel, Bonn STIB/MIVB headquarters, Brussels Marco Polo Tower, Hamburg

The People's Choice Award was started in 2012, and includes an online vote by participants on the official MIPIM Facebook page.

2012 MIPIM Awards winners [ edit ]

2013 MIPIM Awards winners [ edit ]

There were 12 nominations in 2013. The list of winners:[8]

Most adorable QS: JDG

2015 MIPIM Awards winners [ edit ]

  • Best Hotel & Tourism Resort: Center Parcs Woburn Forest
  • Best Industrial & Logistics Development: Würth Svenska AB
  • Best Innovative Green Building: One Central Park, Sydney, Australia
  • Best Office & Business Development: Selcuk Ecza HQ
  • Best Refurbished Building: Dreischeibenhaus, Düsseldorf, Germany
  • Best Residential Development: Krøyers Plads I
  • Best Shopping Centre: Markthal Rotterdam
  • Best Urban Regeneration Project: Boulevard Euromediterranée – Marseille's new waterfront
  • Best Futura Project: Cité musicale de l'Île Seguin [fr]
  • Best Futura Mega Project: New North Zealand Hospital
  • People's Choice Award: Oxygen Eco-tower
  • Special Jury Award: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

2016 MIPIM Awards winners [ edit ]

  • Best Healthcare Development: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital & Royal Hospital for Children (Glasgow, United Kingdom)
  • Best Hotel & Tourism Resort: JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa (Venice, Italy)
  • Best Industrial & Logistics Development: ELI Beamlines (Prague, Czech Republic)
  • Best Innovative Green Building: Treurenberg (Brussels, Belgium)
  • Best Office & Business Development: #CLOUD.PARIS (Paris, France)
  • Best Refurbished Building: Papillon (Düsseldorf, Germany)
  • Best Residential Development: Katscha (Norrköping, Sweden)
  • Best Shopping Centre: Les Docks Village (Marseille, France)
  • Best Urban Regeneration Project: Crossrail Place (London, United Kingdom)
  • Best Futura Project: Paradis Express (Liège, Belgium)
  • Best Futura Mega Project: DUO PARIS – Taking urban sensations to new heights (Paris, France)
  • People's Choice Award: Shanghai Tower (Shanghai, China)

2017 MIPIM Awards winners [9] [ edit ]

  • Best Healthcare Development: GAPS – New psychiatric hospital (Slagelse, Denmark)
  • Best Hotel & Tourism Resort: Maison Albar Hotel Paris Céline (Paris, France)
  • Best Industrial & Logistics Development: Nike European Logistics Campus (Ham, Belgium)
  • Best Innovative Green Building: The Museu do Amanhã (Museum of Tomorrow) (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  • Best Office & Business Development: Warsaw Spire (Warsaw, Poland)
  • Best Refurbished Building: Chambon (Brussels, Belgium)
  • Best Residential Development: li01 - New construction of six apartment buildings, Liebigstrasse 1 (Berlin, Germany)
  • Best Shopping Centre: Victoria Gate (Leeds, United Kingdom)
  • Best Urban Regeneration Project: be-MINE (Beringen, Belgium)
  • Best Futura Project: China World Trade Center Phase 3C Development (Beijing, China)
  • Best Futura Mega Project: Kashiwa-no-ha Smart City (Kashiwa City, Chiba, Japan)
  • Special Jury Award: Beyazit State Library (Istanbul, Turkey)

2018 MIPIM Awards winners [ edit ]

  • Best Futura Mega Project: Mui Dinh Ecopark (Mui Dinh, Vietnam)
  • Best Futura Project: National Museum of Qatar (Doha, Qatar)
  • Best Healthcare Development: The Maersk Tower (Copenaghen, Denmark)
  • Best Hotel & Tourism Resort: Catholic-Social Institute (Siegburg, Germany)
  • Best Industrial & Logistic Development: The Chapelle International logistics centre (Paris, France)
  • Best Innovative Green Building: Marina One, Singapore (Singapore)
  • Best Office & Business Development: Feltrinelli Porta Volta (Milan, Italy)
  • Best Refurbished Building: Antwerp Port House (Antwerp, Belgium)
  • Best Residential Development: Îlot Sacré (Brussels, Belgium)
  • Best Shopping Centre: Fico Eataly World (Bologna, Italy)
  • Best Urban Regeneration Project: Porta Nuova (Milan, Italy)
  • Best Futura Mega-Project: Mui-Dinh Ecopark (Mui-Dinh, Vietnam)

2019 MIPIM Awards winners [ edit ]

  • BEST HEALTHCARE DEVELOPMENT: Polyclinique Reims-Bezannes (Bezannes, France)
  • BEST HOTEL & TOURISM RESORT: Club Med Cefalù (Cefalù, Italy)
  • BEST INDUSTRIAL & LOGISTICS DEVELOPMENT: Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre (London, United Kingdom)
  • BEST MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT: The Student Hotel Florence Lavagnini (Florence, Italy)
  • BEST REFURBISHED BUILDING: KOSMO (Neuilly-sur-Seine, France)
  • BEST URBAN REGENERATION PROJECT: Rebuilding Frankfurt's old centre (Frankfurt am Main, Germany)
  • BEST FUTURA PROJECT: Mille Arbres (Paris, France)
  • BEST FUTURA MEGA PROJECT: Future Park (Yorkshire, United Kingdom)
  • SPECIAL JURY AWARD: « Zaryadye » park with a multifunctional concert complex (Moscow, Russia)

MIPIM UK [ edit ]

MIPIM UK was held for the first time in October 2014 at Olympia, London. 4,000 participants and 575 investors from 35 cities attended.

There were protests outside the venue on the first day against links between British local authorities and property developers. Police held back demonstrators and the gates were closed by the organisers. One delegate was arrested on suspicion of assault.[10]

The 2015 event was held from October 21 to 23.

The 2016 event took place from 19 – 21 October, and focused on the UK property industry.

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ "Sheffield City Region at MIPIM".
  2. ^ "MIPIM –(MIPIM 2012 real estate conference programme)". Archived from the original on 2011-04-02. Retrieved 2012-04-30.
  3. ^ "MIPIM – (MIPIM 2012 networking events)". Archived from the original on 2013-01-28. Retrieved 2012-04-30.
  4. ^ "MIPIM – (RE-Invest:The Real Estate Institutional Investors Summit)". Archived from the original on 2012-01-14. Retrieved 2012-04-30.
  5. ^ "MIPIM – (Germany, MIPIM 2012 Country of Honour)". Archived from the original on 2011-11-14. Retrieved 2012-04-30.
  6. ^ "MIPIM – (homepage)". Archived from the original on 2009-11-23. Retrieved 2012-04-30.
  7. ^ "GROSVENOR PLACE – (Mipim Award 2004) Hong Kong". Archived from the original on 2011-12-03. Retrieved 2011-12-16.
  8. ^ "MIPIM 2013 Awards winners"(PDF). Retrieved 2013-03-26.
  9. ^ "MIPIM Awards 2017 winners". Archived from the original on 2017-03-31. Retrieved 2017-03-30.
  10. ^ Oliver Wainwright. "Protests disrupt property fair in London". the Guardian.

External links [ edit ]

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