12th Annual J. Timothy Anderson Awards Luncheon

Wednesday, November 2 at 1:00pm

Boston College Club

Boston, MA

ABOUT THE AWARDS

Registration Fees: $125 per person

Timmy Finalists & Winners Announced!

Checkout the 2016 winners and finalists listed below, along with the developers, architects, and historic consultants involved with the projects!

A press release announcing the finalists and winners will go out on Friday, September 23.

Category Winners

Best Commercial / Retail / Non Residential Project

Stony Island Arts Bank
Location: Chicago, IL
Developer: The Stony Group LLC
Architect: Fitzgerald Associates Architects
Historic Consultant: MacRostie Historic Advisors, LLC

Best Historic Rehab Utilizing LIHTCs – Small (Under $10 million development cost)

The Lofts at NoDa Mills
Location: Charlotte, NC
Developer: The Community Builders
Architect: Shook Kelley, Inc.
Historic Consultant: MacRostie Historic Advisors, LLC

Category Finalists

Best Market Rate / Mixed-Income Residential

Arc at Old Colony
Location: Chicago, IL
Developer: MCJ Development and CA Ventures
Architect: Pappageorge Haymes Partners
Historic Consultant: MacRostie Historic Advisors, LLC

Edge at Union Station
Location: Worcester, MA
Developer: Vision Properties
Architect: Benoit Design Group
Historic Consultant: MacRostie Historic Advisors, LLC

The Flats on Howard
Location: Omaha, NE
Developer: Arch Icon Development
Architect: Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture
Historic Consultant: Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture

Best Historic Rehab Utilizing LIHTCs – Medium ($10-20 million development cost)

Chestnut Park Apartments
Location: Holyoke, MA
Developer: Weld Management Co., Inc.
Architect: The Architectural Team, Inc.
Historic Consultant: Pioneer Valley Planning Co.

Cony Flatiron Senior Residence
Location: Augusta, ME
Developer: Housing Initiatives of New England Corporation
Architect: CWS Architects of Portland, ME

Home Front at Camp Anza
Location: Riverside, CA
Developer: Wakeland Housing and Development Corporation
Architect: Rodriguez Associates Architects and Planners, Inc.
Historic Consultant: JM Research & Consulting

The Lace Mill
Location: Kingston, NY
Developer: RUPCO
Architect: Dutton Architecture
Historic Consultant: Heritage Consulting Group

Best Historic Rehab Utilizing LIHTCs – Large (Over $20 million development cost)

A-Mill Artist Lofts
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Developer: Dominium
Architect: BKV Group
Historic Consultant: MacRostie Historic Advisors, LLC

Loft Five50
Location: Lawrence, MA
Developer: WinnDevelopment
Architect: The Architectural Team
Historic Consultant: Epsilon Associates

Judges’ Awards Finalists

Most Advanced Financial Structure

Historic Strand Apartments
Location: Chicago, IL
Developer: Holsten Real Estate Development Corporation
Architect: Johnson & Lee, Ltd.
Historic Consultant: McGuire Igleski & Associates, Inc.

Livingston School Apartments
Location: Albany, NY
Developer: WinnDevelopment
Architect: The Architectural Team
Historic Consultant: VHB

Additional Finalists Already Listed under Category Winners & Finalists:
Loft Five50
The Flats on Howard
The Lace Mill

Achievement in Sustainability

Monsenor Romero Apartments
Location: Washington, DC
Developer: NHT Enterprise
Architect: Wiencek & Associates
Historic Consultant: MacRostie Historic Advisors, LLC

Additional Finalists Already Listed under Category Winners & Finalists:
Loft Five50

Most Innovative Adaptive Reuse

Market Street Village
Location: Wilmington, DE
Developer: BPG Real Estate Group
Architect: Blackney Hayes Architects

Nichols Tower at Homan Square
Location: Chicago, IL
Developer: Foundation for Homan Square
Architect: Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Historic Consultant: MacRostie Historic Advisors, LLC

Additional Finalists Already Listed under Category Winners & Finalists:
Cony Flatiron Senior Residence

Best Historic Mill or Factory Rehabilitation

Finalists Already Listed under Category Winners & Finalists:
A-Mill Artist Lofts
Loft Five50
The Lace Mill
The Lofts at NoDa Mills

 

Boston College Club

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100 Federal St 36th Floor
Boston, MA 02210