ULI Virginia News

2016 Vision Awards

ULI Virginia hosted the 2016 Vision Awards on December 1st at Highwoods Properties, North Shore Commons 1 in Glen Allen, VA. Winners of the awards included the Virginia Capital Trail for Best Overall and Best Community Impact, Stone Brewing for Most Creative Land Use or Rezoning, Quirk Hotel for Best Renovation or Adaptive Reuse, 25th Street Mixed Use Development for Best Public / Private Partnership, and Crescent Square for Innovative Deal of the Year. Victoria Picket was selected as the Young Leader of the Year, and Andrew Basham was chosen as the ULI Member of the Year. Congratulations to all of the winners!

To read more about the event, click on the links below:

Richmond Times Dispatch – Virginia Capital Trail Big Winner for Urban Land Institute Awards

 

Virginia Pilot – Virginia Beach’s 25th Street and Crescent Square Projects Win Urban Planning Awards 

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