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Congratulations to ULI Washington’s 2017 Trends Awards Winners

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The annual ULI Washington Trends Awards program identifies and sets new standards of excellence in real estate development in the Metropolitan Washington Area. The Awards recognize innovative projects, policies, and initiatives that contribute to the enhancement of vibrant neighborhoods, exemplify creative problem solving, and celebrate visionary thinking.

Fifty-five award applications were submitted in six categories including Office, Residential, Institutional, Mixed Use, Adaptive Reuse and Impact.  Fifteen finalists were chosen from among the applications and the Trends jury visited each finalist project.  Six winners were chosen, and a special award was given as the Jurors’ Choice.  A list of winners and their categories follows:

  • Office – 5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD
  • Residential – John and Jill Ker Conway Residence, Washington, DC
  • Mixed Use – Lot 31, Bethesda, MD
  • Institutional – Dunbar Senior High School, Washington, DC
  • Adaptive Reuse – Octave, Silver Spring, MD
  • Impact – The Wharf
  • Juror’s Choice – Hive Hotel, Washington, DC.

awards-1For more information on the awards program, including a full description of each award category and a description of the criteria used to determine the awards, please visit click here.

Regarding the Trends Awards Bob Peck, Principal at Gensler and Jury Foreman for the Trends Conference Awards remarked:

“This year’s 54 applications for the Trends Awards reflect the best of the Washington real estate community’s creativity and dedication to creating livable, sustainable places. The jury did not find it easy to narrow the field, but we are sure that the finalists are the best in their categories, providing models for vibrant housing, commercial and mixed-use development in our region’s communities.”

To see a full list of finalists, go to this link:  http://washington.uli.org/awards/

To view a video of the award ceremony, click here.

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