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September 17, 2020

NAIOP taps two early winners for Night of the Stars

Real Estate Editor

Photo by Lucas Finlay provided by Burrard Development [enlarge]
The Nexus

Image by CollinsWoerman [enlarge]
Kirkland Urban

NAIOP's annual Night of the Stars gala will, unfortunately, only be virtual this year, owing to the ongoing pandemic. The event will take place online, on Friday, Nov. 6. (Details: naiopwa.org.)

However, our state chapter of NAIOP is forging ahead with the judging of nominees among several categories of commercial real estate development, with their completion dates between July 1, 2019 and August 1 of this year.

And the first two winners were announced yesterday at a virtual breakfast meeting: the Nexus condominium tower, by Burrard Development, in the category of High-Rise Residential Development; and Kirkland Urban, by Talon Private Capital, Ryan Cos. and PGIM, in the category of Mixed-Use Development.

This year's judges are: Jessica Clawson of McCullough Hill Leary; Mark Dibble of DSC Capital; Travis Hale of Panattoni Development; Cleita Harvey of JLL; Kristin Jensen of Gensler; Warren Johnson of Walsh Group; Chris Rossman of Wolff Co; John Savo of NBBJ; and Derek Speck, the City of Tukwila's economic development director.

Also announced yesterday, this year's finalists are:

Affordable Housing Development

• An Lac

• Mercy Magnuson Place

Community Impact Development

• Seattle Children’s Research Institute: Building Cure

• Gardner House and Allen Family Center


• Panattoni Development Company

• Vulcan Real Estate

Hospitality Development

• 7 Cedars Hotel

• citizenM South Lake Union hotel

• Hotel Indigo Everett Waterfront

• Capitol Hill Food Hall

Industrial Build-to-Suit Development

• Ballinger Heated Storage

• Best Buy Fulfillment Center

• UNFI Pacific Northwest Distribution Center

Industrial Speculative Development

• Frederickson ONE

• Glacier Peak at Riverside Business Park

• Starlite Distribution Center

• Sumner Ridge

Multifamily Residential Development: Fewer than 100 Units

• Flyway

• Robin’s Nest

• Solis

• The Village at Westgate

Multifamily Residential Suburban Development: More than 100 Units

• Bell Marymoor Park Apartments

• The Main Apartments + Lofts

• Modera Redmond

• The Pop

Multifamily Residential Urban Development: More than 100 Units

• Jackson Apartments

• Koz at the Dome

Office Development

• 2+U

• 333 Dexter

• Cedar Speedster

Office Interior

• F5 Headquarters

• Digital Streaming Firm

• EY Seattle

• Highspot Seattle Headquarters

• Hudson Pacific Regional Corporate Office


• BMW of Bellevue • Columbia Center Sky Lobby

• DeLille Cellars Wine Production Facility & Corporate Headquarters

• Lam’s Seafood Asian Market - Tukwila

• Pacific Place Repositioning

• T-Mobile Headquarters - Building 2

Retail Development

• Pioneer Crossing

• Wilburton Village

Sustainable Development

• Inspire at the Russell W. Young Building

• Watershed


Brian Miller can be reached by email at brian.miller@djc.com or by phone at (206) 219-6517.

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