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The Urban Land Institute District Council of Baltimore Announces WaveMaker Award Winners, Local Real Estate Development Projects and Influencers Recognized
BALTIMORE, October 10, 2017 – The Baltimore District Council of The Urban Land Institute (ULI) held its ninth annual WaveMaker Awards on October 9 at the Monument City Brewing building in Baltimore.
ULI Baltimore’s annual WaveMaker Awards recognize outstanding local real estate development projects, as well as Lifetime Achievement and Leadership Award winners. The projects were selected based on the following criteria: Completeness; a Sense of Place and Quality; Sustainability; Visionary and Emulation; and a Need.
Here are the 2017 WaveMaker Award Winners:
Open Works: Baltimore Arts Reality Corporation
R. House: PI.KL Studio, LLC (Architect)
Anthem House: Bozzuto Development Company
City Arts 2: Homes for America, Jubilee Baltimore, TRF Development
Eager Park: Mahan Rykiel/Gensler
Sultana Education Foundation: Emory Hill & Company
The Rotunda: Hekemian & Co., Inc.
Sagamore Pendry Baltimore: War Horse
Mulberry at Park: Marks Thomas (Architect)
North Barclay Green 3: Marks Thomas (Architect)
Lifetime Achievement Award Winner: Bill Struever, Cross Street Partners
Leadership Award Winner: Josh Halbedel, Maryland Land Advisors, LLC
ABOUT ULI BALTIMORE
The “go to” organization for unbiased strategic visioning, ULI comprises an international community of development experts who take on today’s issues in the context of a livable tomorrow. The local component of the Urban Land Institute, the Baltimore District Council coordinates monthly program events and a leadership forum addressing land use, development and financing issues facing our region. A committee made up of local ULI members identifies topics and speakers for our programs and special events throughout the year.
For more information about ULI Baltimore or the WaveMaker Awards, visit www.baltimore.uli.org.