ULI NY names 5th Annual Awards for Excellence in Development finalists

January 07, 2020 - Owners Developers & Managers

New York, NY The Urban Land Institute New York (ULI NY) revealed the 2020 nominees for its 5th Annual Awards for Excellence in Development. This competition recognizes development projects across all industry sectors that demonstrate a commitment to excellence in development, design, sustainability and resilience, and community impact. These projects best exemplify ULI’s ongoing commitment to responsible land use and the creation of sustainable, thriving communities.

This year’s finalists encompass a variety of prominent projects that showcase the city’s growth in diverse sectors, including the Statue of Liberty Museum, the New Lab at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park. ULI NY invited the real estate community throughout the state to submit projects for consideration in diverse categories that span civic, office, hotel, affordable housing, market-rate housing, mixed-use, institutional, and repositioning or redevelopment. The awards are open to ULI NY members and non-members who have completed private, public, and non-profit projects.

 “The Awards for Excellence are an opportunity for ULI New York to shine a light on the developments that are transforming and revitalizing New York,” said Steven Kohn, chairman of ULI New York. “These projects are contributing to New York’s growth in responsible and sustainable ways, the results of which we will see for generations to come.”

The 20 finalists were chosen from over 60 submissions and the winners will revealed April 21st at the Awards for Excellence Gala at Cipriani Wall St.

Finalists:

Excellence in Civic Development:

  • Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park – Queens, NY (NYCEDC and NYC Department of Parks and Recreation)
  • Domino Park – Brooklyn, NY (Two Trees Management)

Excellence in Hotel Development:

  • TWA Hotel – Queens, NY (MCR/MORSE Development)
  • Equinox Hotel – New York, NY (Equinox Hotels, Related Companies, Oxford Properties)

Excellence in Office Development:

  • 30 Hudson Yards – New York, NY (Related Companies, Oxford Properties)
  • 412 West 15th – New York, NY (Rockpoint Group)
  • 40 Tenth Avenue – New York, NY (Aurora Capital Associates, William Gottlieb Real Estate)

Excellence in Affordable Housing Development:

  • One Flushing – Queens, NY (Monadnock Development, Asian Americans for Equality, HANAC Inc.)
  • HANAC Corona Senior Residence – Queens, NY (HANAC Inc.)

Excellence in Market-Rate Development:

  • The Rheingold – Brooklyn, NY (The Rabsky Group)
  • 2 North 6th Place – Brooklyn, NY (Douglaston Development)
  • 420 Kent Avenue – Brooklyn, NY (Spitzer Enterprises)

Excellence in Institutional Development:

  • Statue of Liberty Museum – New York, NY (Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, National Park Service)
  • NYU Langone Health Campus Transformation – New York, NY (NYU Langone Health)

Excellence in Mixed-Use Development – Market Rate:

  • Hudson Yards – New York, NY (Related Companies, Oxford Properties)
  • One South First – Brooklyn, NY (Two Trees Management)

Excellence in Repositioning or Redevelopment:

  • New Lab at Brooklyn Navy Yard – Brooklyn, NY (Macro-Sea/DBI Construction Consultants)
  • Citigroup Global Headquarters – New York, NY (Citi)
  • 1271 Avenue of the Americas – New York, NY (Rockefeller Group)
  • Five Manhattan West – New York, NY (Brookfield Property Partners)
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