New York, NY The Urban Land Institute New York has named the 2021 finalists for this year’s annual Awards for Excellence in Development Gala. The 6th annual awards gala will take place on November 3, 2021 at Cipriani Wall Street in Manhattan from 6:00-9:00 p.m.
All development team finalists for this award have demonstrated innovation, responsible land use and beneficial community impact through their groundbreaking work and projects across New York.
ULI NY has also announced that Kirk Goodrich, president, Monadnock Development, will receive this year’s Visionary Leadership in Land Use Award. The award recognizes a leader in New York’s real estate community whose body of work exemplifies the mission and values of ULI, and who has had a transformational impact on the region and the industry. The recipient must also have demonstrated an enduring commitment—through civic engagement—to industry associations, causes and initiatives.
Finalists for the 2021 ULI New York Awards for Excellence in Development (by category):
Excellence in Market-Rate Housing Development:
- Halletts Point – Queens, NY
- VIA 57 – New York, NY
- Waterline Square – New York, NY
Excellence in Affordable Housing Development:
- Beach Green Dunes II – Queens, NY
- Energy Square – Kingston, NY
- Stonewall House – Brooklyn, NY
Excellence in Repositioning or Redevelopment:
- 1271 Avenue of the Americas – New York, NY
- Baychester & Murphy House Preservation – Bronx, NY
- Industry City – Brooklyn, NY
Excellence in Institutional Development:
- National Veterans Resource Center – Syracuse, NY
- The Stavros Niarchos Foundation-David Rockefeller River Campus at The Rockefeller University – New York, NY
Excellence in Civic Development:
- Brooklyn Bridge Park, Pier 2 Uplands – Brooklyn, NY
- Moynihan Train Hall – New York, NY
Excellence in Office Development:
- 10 Jay Street – Brooklyn, NY
- One Vanderbilt – New York, NY
Excellence in Hotel Development:
- Mr. C Seaport Hotel – New York, NY
- Moxy Times Square – New York, NY
“ULI New York’s Awards for Excellence honor the projects that have moved the entire industry forward, not only by responding to the challenges of the day but by driving new ways of thinking and anticipating the needs of tomorrow, and firms that are committed to sustainability, as well as greater diversity, equity and inclusion.” said Brian Collins, chair, ULI NY, and EVP, director of development, Silverstein Properties, Inc.
“The past year has presented a unique and particularly challenging set of circumstance that have changed many of the ways people think about built environments. This year’s finalists have demonstrated a truly impressive commitment to creating and sustaining thriving local communities,” said Amy Rose, awards for excellence co-chair, ULI NY, and president and CEO, Rose Associates.
“We are incredibly excited to gather safely in person once again to celebrate the most important and influential projects changing our assumptions about what buildings can do for urban communities. This year’s finalists inspire us and are pushing the industry to continue to reach new levels of innovation,” said Richard Kessler, awards for excellence co-chair, ULI NY, and COO, Benenson Capital Partners.
For more info about the awards, visit http://nygala.uli.org/home/.
To view the Visionary Leadership in Land Use Award video honoring Kirk Goodrich, visit http://nygala.uli.org/visionary-leadership-award/.