2018 Awards

2018 Awards

Since 1994, ULI Atlanta has recognized outstanding real estate development projects and honors leaders in the Southeast region including Georgia, Alabama, and Eastern Tennessee. The annual Awards Dinner is one of the most esteemed nights where representatives from all avenues of our industry gather for great conversation, inspiring stories, delicious food and good laughs.

2018 Awards

The Urban Land Institute’s Atlanta District Council is now accepting nominations for its 24th annual Awards for Excellence Dinner, scheduled for September 13, 2018.

The ULI Atlanta Awards for Excellence program recognizes outstanding real estate development projects or initiatives that exemplify ULI’s mission of providing leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities. The ULI Awards program identifies and promotes best practices in all types of real estate development.

In the past, ULI Atlanta has recognized some of Atlanta’s most iconic buildings, projects, and people, including: Ponce City Market, the Sovereign Building, the Eastside BeltLine Trail, Egbert Perry, and John Portman (to name a few).

Eligibility for the ULI Atlanta Awards for Excellence includes projects from the private sector, public sector, and nonprofit or civic institutions. The awards are open to ULI members and non-members with projects located within Georgia, Alabama, and Eastern Tennessee. All applications will be evaluated by a distinguished jury of ULI members, representing all major segments of the industry. The jury will consider how a development demonstrates leadership, innovation, market success, sustainability, resilience, and meets the current and future needs of its surrounding community.

New for 2018, ULI Atlanta will be accepting applications in five project categories:

1. Excellence in Office/ Commercial Mixed-Used Development
2. Excellence in Adaptive Reuse/Repositioning
3. Excellence in Housing Development (rental and for-sale)
4. Excellence in Civic/Institutional Development (includes educational, cultural, healthcare, and/or public developments)
5. Excellence in the Public Realm (includes parks, open space, public art, public infrastructure, etc.)

Additionally, ULI Atlanta has recognized individuals who have made an outstanding contribution in his or her lifetime to the metropolitan Atlanta region with the Frank Carter Community Achievement Award and The Dan & Tally Sweat Community Leadership Award. The individual leadership awards will be given at the discretion of ULI Atlanta leadership, and are not awarded on a yearly basis.

1. Have been completed during the past three years;
2. Be in stabilized operation;
3. Exemplify a sustainable model; and
4. Have achieved market acceptance.

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