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May 19, 2016
Chophouse Row in Seattle is among 26 developments selected as finalists in the Urban Land Institute's 2016 Global Awards for Excellence competition.
The competition recognizes real estate projects that achieve excellence in design, construction, economics, planning and management. The finalists include two in Asia, six in Europe and 18 in North America, according to a press release from ULI.
The adaptive re-use Chophouse Row at 1424 11th Ave. was developed by Dunn & Hobbes LLC with an “open market,” retail and office space and penthouse apartments. Heartland LLC was the capital partner and HomeStreet Bank financed the project.
Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Architects and Graham Baba Architects were the designers. Lesley Bain of Framework advised on urban design and master planning and Michelle Arab Studio did landscape design.
The team also included MRJ Constructors, contractor; Shannon Loew of FIX, construction project manager; MA Wright Structural Engineers, structural; KPFF Consulting Engineers, civil; RDH, building envelope; PanGeo, geotechnical engineering: T.A. Kinsman Consulting, code consulting; Merit Mechanical, mechanical and plumbing; and Sea-Tac Electric, electrical.
The Old Mill District in Bend, Oregon, is another Pacific Northwest finalist in the competition. William Smith Properties developed the project, and Ken Kay Associates, Mayer/Reed and Mackenzie were on the design team.
All the finalists are at http://uli.org/press-release/2016-global-awards-finalists/. The winners will be announced in October at the ULI Fall Meeting in Dallas.