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ULI honors best development projects at ninth annual WaveMaker Awards

Lisa Norris, center, the Urban Land Institute’s Baltimore District council coordinator, talks with David Tafaro, left, of Terranova Development, and Raoul Frevel of Atlantic Catering during the ninth annual ULI WaveMaker Awards. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Lisa Norris, center, the Urban Land Institute’s Baltimore District council coordinator, talks with David Tafaro, left, of Terranova Development, and Raoul Frevel of Atlantic Catering during the ninth annual ULI WaveMaker Awards. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Lisa DeRose, left, a project scientist with Geo Technology Associates, and Brittany Sink, a designer with Morris Ritchie Associates, review the 35 award submission boards before casting their People’s Choice vote during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Lisa DeRose, left, a project scientist with Geo Technology Associates, and Brittany Sink, a designer with Morris Ritchie Associates, review the 35 award submission boards before casting their People’s Choice vote during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Willy Moore, right, the president of Southway Builders, chats with Polly Duke, the senior vice president for construction and design with Homes for America, as they socialize during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Willy Moore, right, the president of Southway Builders, chats with Polly Duke, the senior vice president for construction and design with Homes for America, as they socialize during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Bill Struever, center, one of the founders of Cross Street Partners, accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by Kim Clark, right, the executive vice president of the Baltimore Development Corporation and the Baltimore District Council chair for the Urban Land Institute, and Stanley Fine, a partner with Rosenberg Martin Greenberg and the 2016 winner of the award, during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Bill Struever, center, one of the founders of Cross Street Partners, accepts the Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by Kim Clark, right, the executive vice president of the Baltimore Development Corporation and the Baltimore District Council chair for the Urban Land Institute, and Stanley Fine, a partner with Rosenberg Martin Greenberg and the 2016 winner of the award, during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Josh Halbedel of EA Realty accepts the 2017 Leadership Award during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards, which was presented by last year’s winner, Kristian Spannhake of Shelter Development. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Josh Halbedel of EA Realty accepts the 2017 Leadership Award during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards, which was presented by last year’s winner, Kristian Spannhake of Shelter Development. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

R. House, an industrial-chic food hall in a former body shop with roll-up garage doors and 10 chef-driven counters, took home the People’s Choice Award during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards. Pictured are Ronnie Younts, of Younts Design; Alison Grissinger, of Younts Design; Caroline Hecker, of Rosenberg Martin Greenberg; Nate Bachmann, of Younts Design; Pavlina Ilieva, of PI.KL Studio; Jon Constable, of Seawall Development Co.; Kuo Pao Lian, of PI.KL Studio; Peter DiPrinzio, of R. House; Zolna Russell, of Floura Teeter Landscape Architects; Justin Williams, of Rosenberg Martin Greenberg; Jason Dreher, of Structura; Joan Floura, of Floura Teeter Landscape Architects; Zach Baier, of Floura Teeter Landscape Architects; and Mark Erdman, of Structura. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

R. House, an industrial-chic food hall in a former body shop with roll-up garage doors and 10 chef-driven counters, took home the People’s Choice Award during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards. Pictured are Ronnie Younts, of Younts Design; Alison Grissinger, of Younts Design; Caroline Hecker, of Rosenberg Martin Greenberg; Nate Bachmann, of Younts Design; Pavlina Ilieva, of PI.KL Studio; Jon Constable, of Seawall Development Co.; Kuo Pao Lian, of PI.KL Studio; Peter DiPrinzio, of R. House; Zolna Russell, of Floura Teeter Landscape Architects; Justin Williams, of Rosenberg Martin Greenberg; Jason Dreher, of Structura; Joan Floura, of Floura Teeter Landscape Architects; Zach Baier, of Floura Teeter Landscape Architects; and Mark Erdman, of Structura. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

The Urban Land Institute WaveMaker committee for its ninth annual awards celebration were, from left, Ed Joffe, of Whiting-Turner; Kristian Spannhake, of Shelter Development; Lisa Harlow, of Clapp Communications; Josh Halbedel, of EA Realty; Lisa Norris, of ULI Baltimore; Bryce Turner, of BCT Architects; Danielle Dunlap, of ULI Baltimore; Dominick Dunnigan, of Southway Builders; Dan Pallace, of Merritt Construction; Linda LoCascio, of LLC Consulting; Maya Dillard, of ULI Baltimore; Arjun Hosakere, of Gensler; Josh Neiman, of Hybrid Development; Kim Clark, of the Baltimore Development Corporation; Emily Brown, of American Office; and Brooke Morgan, of BCT Architects. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

The Urban Land Institute WaveMaker committee for its ninth annual awards celebration were, from left, Ed Joffe, of Whiting-Turner; Kristian Spannhake, of Shelter Development; Lisa Harlow, of Clapp Communications; Josh Halbedel, of EA Realty; Lisa Norris, of ULI Baltimore; Bryce Turner, of BCT Architects; Danielle Dunlap, of ULI Baltimore; Dominick Dunnigan, of Southway Builders; Dan Pallace, of Merritt Construction; Linda LoCascio, of LLC Consulting; Maya Dillard, of ULI Baltimore; Arjun Hosakere, of Gensler; Josh Neiman, of Hybrid Development; Kim Clark, of the Baltimore Development Corporation; Emily Brown, of American Office; and Brooke Morgan, of BCT Architects. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Several former employees of the real estate venture Struever Bros., Eccles & Rouse had a reunion during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards to honor its founder, Bill Struever, who was given the Lifetime Achievement Award at the gala. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Several former employees of the real estate venture Struever Bros., Eccles & Rouse had a reunion during the ninth annual Urban Land Institute WaveMaker Awards to honor its founder, Bill Struever, who was given the Lifetime Achievement Award at the gala. (Photo by Maximilian Franz)

Baltimore’s Urban Land Institute chapter honored the best development projects in Baltimore during the ninth annual WaveMaker Awards gala Oct. 5 at Monument City Brewing Company in Baltimore.

The organization selects the winning projects based on such criteria as completeness, sense of place and quality and sustainability.

Honored this year were Open Works (Baltimore Arts Reality Corporation); House (PI.KL Studio LLC, architect); Anthem House (Bozzuto Development Company); City Arts 2 (Homes for America, Jubilee Baltimore, TRF Development); Eager Park (Mahan Rykiel/Gensler); Sultana Education Foundation (Emory Hill & Company); The Rotunda (Hekemian & Co. Inc.); Sagamore Pendry Baltimore (War Horse); Mulberry at Park (Marks Thomas, architect) and North Barclay Green 3 (Marks Thomas, architect).

The group also presented a Lifetime Achievement Award to Bill Struever of Cross Street Partners and the Leadership Award to Josh Halbedel of Maryland Land Advisors LLC. Baltimore’s R. House, an industrial-chic food hall in a former body shop with roll-up garage doors and 10 chef-driven counters, took home the People’s Choice Award.

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