Eleven outstanding real estate development projects from around the globe were selected as winners of the 2019 ULI Global Awards for Excellence, widely recognized as one of the development industry’s most prestigious awards programs. The winners, each of which demonstrates a comprehensive level of quality and a forward-looking approach to development and design, include seven projects in the United States, three in Asia, and one in Europe.
More information on each of the eleven remarkable awarded projects below can be found here.
1800 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Cornell Tech Campus Framework Plan & Phase I, New York
Empire Stores, Brooklyn, New York
Gathering Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Guoco Tower, Singapore
Hoffman-Madison Waterfront- The Wharf Phase I
International Market Place, Honolulu, Hawaii
Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC), Shanghai, China
Lingnan Tiandi (LNTD) Lot 1, Foshan, Guangdong, China
Moscow Street Program, Moscow, Russia
The Scioto Peninsula Cultural District, Columbus, Ohio
The winners were selected by the international jury made up of leading ULI members representing multidisciplinary real estate expertise, including finance, planning, development, design, and other professional services. Joining Antonio on the 2019 ULI Global Awards for Excellence jury was Jacinta McCann, Global Design Advisor to AECOM; Stuart Ackerberg, Chief Executive Officer, Ackerberg, Minneapolis; Amy Coburn, University Architect, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque; Michael Grove, Principal and Chair of Landscape Architecture, Sasaki Associates, Watertown; Blake Olafson, Managing Partner, Asia Capital Real Estate Pte Ltd, Singapore; Gayle Starr, Managing Director, Prologis, San Francisco; and Becky Zimmermann, President, Design Workshop, Denver.
ULI GLOBAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE: 2019 Winners, Finalists & Jury