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The Sheridan Station community has been honored as a finalist in the Urban Land Institute’s special 2016 Global Awards for Excellence, one of the industry’s most prestigious awards.

Sheridan Station is one of 26 developments from around the world that have advanced to the final stages of this award. The winning projects will be selected by an international jury of ULI members and announced in October at the organization’s gathering in Dallas.

“DCHA is honored to receive this illustrious nomination from the international real estate and development community,” said DCHA Executive Director Adrianne Todman. “We are very proud of the Sheridan Station community. As we continue to redevelop sites in the future, we will follow the same standards of excellence.”

“We are thrilled to be recognized by ULI for the success of Sheridan Station. The Global Award for Excellence is a prestigious international award, and the list of finalists includes projects from Europe, Asia and North America. Sheridan Station is the only project in the DC area to be selected as a 2016 finalist,” said W. Christopher Smith, chairman and CEO of WC Smith, development partners at Sheridan Station.

Prior to being named a finalist, Sheridan Station won the Juror’s Choice Award at the annual ULI Washington Real Estate Trends Conference’s Trends Awards. The awards highlight innovative developments in the metropolitan Washington, D.C., area that demonstrate new ideas in projects, policies, and initiatives that enhance neighborhoods.

“[Sheridan Station] is a financial, environmental, and social success,” says Vicki Davis, president of Urban Atlantic and ULI member, in the award announcement video.

She highlights the 11 different funding streams that came together to build the community. She also spoke of the LEED platinum multi-family building within the community that holds the city’s largest solar panel array and a stormwater cistern. She applauded the fact that a wide range of households can live in the community – from 30 percent of the area median income to more than 200%.

“It is an inclusive project that serves the citizens of the District of Columbia and Ward 8 and is truly an asset to our city,” Davis said.

“A hallmark of ULI is to engage and to provide leadership while giving back to one's community,” said Steve Navarro, executive vice president, CBRE l The Furman Co., Greenville, South Carolina and ULI member. “One of our annual highlights is to recognize, through the Global Awards for Excellence initiative, some of the truly wonderful development projects that have been created in our communities. The candidate pool has grown each year with applicants reaching all parts of the world and representing numerous and varied product types. The finalists this year were all a joy to explore. Large and small, each represents best in class. When a unique and successful project transcends boundaries yet fits perfectly into its immediate community, it exemplifies what we all strive for and should be celebrated.”


The international finalists (developers and designers in parentheses) are:

  • 345meatpacking, New York, New York, United States (developer/design: DDG)
  • 35XV, New York, New York, United States (developer: AGA 15th Street LLC; design: FXFOWLE)
  • Antara, Mexico City, Mexico (developer: GSM; design: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos et al.)
  • BBVA Bancomer Operations Center, Mexico City, Mexico (developer: BBVA Bancomer; design: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP)
  • The Boucicaut Eco-Neighborhood, Paris, Ile-de-France, France (developer: Sempariseine; design: AUA Paul Chemetov, Jean-Francois Schmit Architectes, et al.)
  • Celadon at 9th & Broadway, San Diego, California, United States (developer: BRIDGE Housing Corporation; design: SVA Architects, Studio E Architects, et al.)
  • Chophouse Row, Seattle, Washington, United States (developer: Dunn & Hobbes LLC; design: SKL Architects, Graham Baba Architects, et al.)
  • Daniels Spectrum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (developer: the Regent Park Arts Non-Profit Development Corporation (RPAD); design: Diamond Schmitt Architects Inc.)
  • The Edge, Amsterdam, North-Holland, Netherlands (developer: OVG Real Estate; design: PLP Architecture et al.)
  • The Hall, San Francisco, California, United States (developers: War Horse and Tidewater Capital)
  • Heart of Lake, Xiamen, Fujian, China (developer: Vanke Real Estate Enterprise; design: Robert A.M. Stern Architects, BIAD, and Olin)
  • Hong Kong East Community Green Station, Hong Kong, China (developer/design: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)
  • JTI International Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland (developer: JTI; design: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Inc.)
  • Les Docks Village, Marseille, Bouches du Rhone, France (developer: Constructa Urban Systems; design: 5+1AA)
  • The Lofts of Washington University, University City, Missouri, United States (developer: Washington University; design: William Rawn Associates, Architects Inc. et al.)
  • Markthal, Rotterdam, Zuid Holland, Netherlands (developer: Provast; design: MVRDV/INBO)
  • Mr Robinson, San Diego, California, United States (developer/design: Jonathan Segal Architects)
  • Ocean Avenue South, Santa Monica, California, United States (developers: Related California et al; design: Moore Ruble Yudell, Koning Eizenberg, et al.)
  • Old Mill District, Bend, Oregon, United States (developer: William Smith Properties Inc.; design: Ken Kay Associates, Mayer/Reed, Mackenzie, et al.)
  • Otay-Tijuana Cross Border Xpress, San Diego, California, United States (developer: Otay-Tijuana Ventures LLC; design: Stantec Architecture Inc., Legorreta + Legorreta, et al.)
  • Ponce City Market, Atlanta, Georgia, United States (developer: Jamestown; design: Surber, Barber, Choate & Hertlein et al.)
  • Sheridan Station, Washington, D.C., United States (developers: WC Smith, Union Temple Community Development Corporation, and Jackson Investment Co.; design: SK+I)
  • The Strand, American Conservatory Theater (ACT), San Francisco, California, United States (developer: American Conservatory Theater; design: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP)
  • Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, San Antonio, Texas, United States (developer: Tobin Center for the Performing Arts; design: LMN Architects with associate architect Marmon Mok)
  • Vulkan, Oslo, Norway (developers: Aspelin Ramm Eiendom AS, Anthon B Nilsen Eiendom AS; design: LPO arkitekter, Niels Torp arkitekter, and Kristin Jarmund Arkitekter)
  • Wynwood Walls, Miami, Florida, United States (developer: Goldman Properties; design: Tony Goldman and Jessica Goldman Srebnick in collaboration with DNB Design Group, Plusurbia, et al.)

 

 

 

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