Hanley Wood Announces Winners of 2016 Multifamily Executive Awards

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Honoring the industry’s best and brightest

Hanley Wood, the premier information, media, event, and strategic marketing services company serving the residential, commercial design, and construction industries, is pleased to announce the winners of its 2016 Multifamily Executive Awards. Two executives and 29 project winners were honored at a special event held during the 2016 Multifamily Executive Conference, which took place September 19-21 in Las Vegas.

Each year, Multifamily Executive honors the industry’s best and brightest with its prestigious MFE Awards competition. Winning projects, leaders, and initiatives are featured in the September and October issues of MFE and at http://www.multifamilyexecutive.com.

Bob Faith, CEO of Greystar in Charleston, S.C., was honored as the 2016 MFE Executive of the Year. Faith has piloted Greystar to the No. 1 spot on the NMHC’s Top 50 Managers list for the past five years, with a current management portfolio of 413,000 units. His attention to the granular details of the business has made Greystar a top owner and developer, as well.

“Bob Faith’s visionary leadership has made Greystar a dominant force in the apartment market and an obvious choice as Executive of the Year,” said Les Shaver, editor of Multifamily Executive. “Faith led the company through the integration of its largest competitor and an expansion into Europe and Latin America and has been at the forefront of the data revolution in the industry.”

Khushbu Sikaria, vice president of advisory services for Greenbelt, Md.–based Bozzuto, was honored as the 2016 MFE Rising Star. In her five years in the multifamily industry, she has worked her way up from social media coordinator. That fast rise can be attributed to Sikaria’s interest in all facets of the industry. Her ability to identify trends in other industries and seamlessly apply them to Bozzuto’s strategy has caught the attention of the company’s upper management, which earned her an expanded role and added responsibility. Sikaria’s vast background in law, business, and creative digital marketing has prepared her to take on any challenges she faces in the future.

The 2016 MFE Editors’ Choice Award was presented to Wood Partners for its Block 17 development in Portland, Ore. Wood Partners and Bora Architects created a full city-block development that blended a quintessential Portland design with a modern luxury essence. The project features sustainable building assets where possible and materials that were made with recyclable items and sourced locally. The overall design creates a smooth transition between indoor and outdoor areas and makes Block 17 a part of the natural habitat surrounding it.

The rest of the 2016 Multifamily Executive Award winners:

Adaptive Reuse
GRAND AWARD

  • Loft Five50, Lawrence, Mass. (EDI International)

MERIT AWARD

  • Beacon Criterion, Jersey City, N.J. (The Architectural Team, Inc.)    

Affordable (100% affordable)
GRAND AWARD

  • Celadon at 9th & Broadway, San Diego (BRIDGE Housing Corp.)

MERIT AWARD

  • East Harlem Center for Living and Learning, New York City (Perkins Eastman Architects)    

Apartment Renovation
GRAND AWARD

  • Broadstone Coronado on the Bay, Coronado, Calif. (Alliance Residential)    

Best Amenity
GRAND AWARD

  • AMLI South Lake Union Phase II Workshop, Seattle (GGLO)

MERIT AWARD

  • AVA Brew, New York City (AvalonBay Communities)

Best Use of Technology
GRAND AWARD

  • Alliance Insights (Alliance Residential)

Community Service
GRAND AWARD

  • Shelters to Shutters and Corporate Citizenship Program (Middleburg Real Estate Partners)

MERIT AWARD

  • Greystar Giving - Camp Hope (Greystar Real Estate Partners)

MERIT AWARD

  • Pillar Passions (Pillar Properties)

Green
GRAND AWARD

  • A-Mill Artist Lofts, Minneapolis (Dominium)

MERIT AWARD

  • The Woodlawn, Portland, Ore. (SolTerra)

High-Rise
GRAND AWARD

  • Block 17, Portland, Ore. (Wood Partners)

MERIT AWARD

  • AVA Theater District, Boston (AvalonBay Communities)

MERIT AWARD

  • The Bowie, Austin, Texas (Lynd Development Partners and Endeavor Real Estate Group)

Low-Rise Walk-Up
GRAND AWARD

  • Brookside Square Apartments, West Concord, Mass. (Tocci Building Companies)

Mid-Rise (7 to 11 stories)
GRAND AWARD

  • AVA Capitol Hill, Seattle (AvalonBay Communities)

MERIT AWARD

  • Atlantic Plumbing, Washington, D.C. (JBG Companies)

Mid-Rise Podium or Wrap (4 to 6 stories)
GRAND AWARD

  • The Maxwell, Arlington, Va. (KTGY Architecture + Planning)

MERIT AWARD

  • Milehouse, Redmond, Wash. (Tiscareno Associates)

Mixed-Income
GRAND AWARD

  • Sheridan Station, Washington, D.C. (SK+I Architecture)

MERIT AWARD

  • The Millennium, McKinney, Texas (KWA Construction)

Senior
GRAND AWARD

  • King’s Court at Freedom Village, Paterson, N.J. (Pennrose)

MERIT AWARD

  • Monteverde, Orinda, Calif. (Dahlin Group)

Student
GRAND AWARD

  • Cornish Commons, Seattle (Capstone Development Partners)

MERIT AWARD

  • The Summit at University City, Philadelphia (American Campus Communities)

Marketing & Advertising
GRAND AWARD

  • Bozzuto Listens (Bozzuto)

MERIT AWARD

  • TROY Boston, Boston (Greystar Real Estate Partners)

About Hanley Wood
Hanley Wood is the premier company serving the information, media, and marketing needs of the residential, commercial design and construction industry. Utilizing the largest analytics and editorially driven Construction Industry Database, the company provides business intelligence and data-driven services. The company produces award-winning media, high-profile executive events, and strategic marketing solutions. To learn more, visit hanleywood.com.

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