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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