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Night of the Stars 2018 Winners Include The Spheres, Sanctuary Seattle, Arbora Court and the BLOCK Project

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Ada M. Healey inducted to the NAIOP Washington State Hall of Fame inductee in recognition of her contributions to the built environment of Seattle and the Puget Sound

People’s Choice Award goes to Maritime Building Seismic Upgrade and Renovation

Judges’ Innovation Award Renamed to Honor NAIOP Washington State leader Charlie Hafenbrack in anticipation of his upcoming retirement

SEATTLE – Announced on Friday, November 2, at the annual gala event, NAIOP Washington State’s 2018 Night of the Stars Awards highlight how the development community continues to find creative, sustainable solutions to fit the needs of the growing and maturing Puget Sound market. In addition to nominated projects, each year, an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the industry is selected for induction into the NAIOP Washington State Hall of Fame. This year, Ada M. Healey, Chief Real Estate Officer, Vulcan Real Estate, joins that esteemed group. At Vulcan, Ada oversees $2 billion in real estate assets. She has been instrumental in the redevelopment of nearly 60 acres in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood, where Vulcan is working with the city and community to create a new model for sustainable, mixed-use urban development. In addition, Ada has led Vulcan’s expansion into other Seattle-area neighborhoods including Yesler, Central Area, University District, and Bellevue. Read more about Ada and watch a short video of her acceptance speech and comments from her Vulcan colleagues on our blog, The Ada Healey Playbook: How to Build a City.

This year, NAIOPWA has renamed the Judges’ Innovation Award, a category created to elevate and honor special projects that stand outside typical development categories, in honor of Charlie Hafenbrack, Director of Business Development, GLY. Over nearly two decades, Charlie has developed a deep presence in the Northwest commercial real estate industry. As a NAIOP Washington State member and volunteer leader, he has built the annual Community Enhancement and Night of the Stars events to the sustainable, successful events they are today.

“Charlie Hafenbrack’s leadership in NAIOP Washington State has been extraordinary. The chapter is stocked with individuals who are leaders in their fields, and who willingly volunteer their time to the association to ensure a positive environment for commercial development,” said Tony Toppenberg, NAIOPWA President & Senior Manager, Turner Construction Company. “Yet Charlie stands above even this vaunted crowd in his leadership at NAIOP WA. It’s not the roles he’s taken on, but his level of commitment to the success of the organization shown through his performance in each role that stand out. His impact will reverberate for years to come.”

“The legacy Charlie leaves for NAIOP Washington State is multi-layered. Not only will Night of the Stars and Community Enhancement benefit from his vision and leadership, but the caliber of the chapter itself is raised by Charlie’s example of how a leader in commercial real estate can positively impact the community,” said Peggi Lewis-Fu, Executive Director, NAIOP Washington State.

About Night of the Stars
Each year, NAIOP’s Night of the Stars identifies outstanding real estate developments and activities in a variety of market types and the individuals who conceived of, took risks, sponsored, supported and made the projects happen. The awards aim to honor all who contributed to the successful commercial real estate market in this annual celebration of the industry. Projects are evaluated for impact on the community, market adaptability, ingenuity and local contributions. All nominations and winners are viewable via the NAIOP WA app, which is designed to transform how the Northwest CRE community networks.

Visit the Night of the Stars 2018 Project Gallery for project information and photos.

Night of the Stars 2018 Winners

Hall of Fame Inductee
Ada M. Healey

Developer of the Year
WINNER: Urban Visions
Prologis
MainStreet Property Group LLC

Affordable Housing Development of the Year
WINNER: Arbora Court

Technology/Life Science Development of the Year
WINNER: Advanced Energy Lab

Redevelopment/Renovation of the Year
WINNER: The Revitalization of 300 Pine
Bayview Retirement Community Expansion & Renovation
Saxonia Apartments
Saint Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral Renovation
Starbucks Service Center: Main Entry & Lobby
Maritime Building Seismic Upgrade and Renovation
Columbia Center Podium Remodel
Seattle Tower Amenity Space + Lobby Improvements

Community Impact Development of the Year
WINNER: Cowlitz Reservation Development

Charlie Hafenbrack Judges’ Innovation Award: Community Initiative
WINNER: The BLOCK Project

Office Development of the Year
WINNER: The Mark
450 Alaskan
400 Dexter
FAA Northwest Regional Headquarters (Des Moines Creek Business Park Phase II)

Charlie Hafenbrack Judges’ Innovation Award: Office Development
WINNER: The Spheres

Office Interiors of the Year
WINNER: Starbucks Center/Sears Workplace Renovation
thinkspace Tenant Improvement
Liberty Mutual Seattle Restack
Turn 10 Studios
Global Management Consultants
Snap, Inc.
Madison Centre Masterpiece

Office Development of the Year

Mixed-Use Development of the Year
WINNER: Lincoln Square Expansion
Avalara Hawk Tower

Retail Development of the Year
WINNER: Chateau Ste. Michelle Visitor Center Renovation
Marios
Lakeland Commons

Hospitality Development of the Year
WINNER: The Sanctuary Seattle
Hospitality Development of the Year
Hilton Garden Inn Bellevue
Aegis Gardens of Newcastle

Multi-Family Residential Development of the Year: More than 100 Units
WINNER: Batik
Cascade Apartments
The Junction
Edition Apartments
Elara at the Market
The Grand on Broadway
Chroma SLU
The Stadium Apartments
624 Yale
The Eddy at Green Lake Village

Multi-Family Residential Development of the Year: Fewer than 100 Units
WINNER: LINQ Lofts + Flats
101 Broadway
Cove Apartments
Fox & Finch Apartments
The Heron Flats + Lofts
Stream 403

High Rise Residential of the Year
WINNER: Stratus
West Edge
425 Fairview

Industrial Development of the Year
WINNER: Prologis Park Tacoma
Interbay Self Storage
CenterPoint Properties 26600
Tacoma Gateway
Exotic Metals’ Kent Manufacturing Facility
Tacoma Logistics Center
Des Moines Creek Business Park Building A & B
Seaway West

People’s Choice Award
Maritime Building Seismic Upgrade and Renovation

SIOR 2018 Brokers of the Year
Investment
WINNER: Jason Rosauer, Senior Vice President & Partner, Kidder Mathews
Finalist: Jon Hallgrimson, Vice Chairman, CBRE

Office
WINNER: Michael Dash, Vice Chairman, CBRE
Finalists:
David Abbott, Executive Vice President | Colliers International
Greg Inglin, Executive Vice President | Colliers International

Industrial
WINNER: Thad Mallory, Senior Vice President, Kidder Mathews
Finalists:
Matt McGregor, Executive Vice President | Colliers International
Wilma Warshak, Managing Partner and Founder, Washington Real Estate Advisors

NAIOP Washington thanks its 2018 Night of the Stars Judges:
Aaron M. Laing, Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt
Tony Johnson, Hoffman Construction
Mac Cummins, City of Bellevue
Dave Douglas, NAI Puget Sound Properties
Kerry Nicholson, Legacy Partners
Wolf Saar, VIA Architecture
Meredith Everist, Baylis Architects

Night of the Stars 2018 is sponsored by The Benaroya Company (Platinum Sponsor) and Puget Sound Business Journal (Media Sponsor). For a complete list of sponsors, please visit NAIOPwa.org/night-of-the-stars-2018.