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Night of the Stars 2017 Winners Include Weyerhaeuser Headquarters, UW’s Global Innovation Exchange, Expedia’s 645 Elliot and the Marion West

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Inaugural People’s Choice Award voted by the CRE community goes to Atlas Workbase

Douglas Howe is honored as 2017 Hall of Fame inductee in recognition of his contributions to the built environment of Seattle and the Puget Sound

SEATTLE – Announced on Friday, November 3, at the annual gala, NAIOP Washington State’s 2017 Night of the Stars Awards highlight the Northwest’s highly competitive development environment. Seattle tops national crane counts and available land is scarce; tenants require sustainability, from salmon-safe buildings to indoor forests, and the community requires accommodations for increased housing and growing industry. The winners represent how the development community continues to find creative, sustainable solutions to fit the needs of the growing and maturing Puget Sound market.

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 entire teams, including all who contributed to the project’s success 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 new NAIOP WA app, which is designed to transform how the Northwest commercial real estate community networks.

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, Douglas Howe joins the ranks of the vaunted for his contributions to Seattle and the Northwest’s built environment, as well as to the NAIOP organization. As founder and Chief Executive Officer of Touchstone, Douglas built a reputation developing commercial office, biotechnology R & D, retail and hotel properties that make a positive impact on the built environment—whether restoring historical landmark structures or constructing award winning, architecturally distinctive new buildings. Currently, Douglas is Governor of the NAIOP Research Foundation; he served as Chairman of NAIOP in 2009 and as President of NAIOP Washington State in 2004.

Visit the Night of the Stars 2017 gallery.

Night of the Stars 2017 Winners

Hall of Fame Inductee
Douglas Howe

Redevelopment/Renovation of the Year
WINNER: Microsoft Buildings 30-32 Workplace Renovation for Teamwork and Productivity
WINNER: The Publix+Warehouse Renovation
Finalists:
Benaroya 6100
800 Fifth Avenue Lobby Renovation and Tenant Improvement
Georgetown Squared (Creative Office Campus) and the Seattle Design Center
Port of Seattle, Pier 66 Terminal Renovation

Community Impact Development of the Year
WINNER: Salvation Army Eastside Corps Community Center
Finalists:
National Intrepid Center of Excellence: Intrepid Spirit Center at Joint Base Lewis-McChord
Merrill Gardens at Burien and The Maverick Apartments

Commercial Interior of the Year
WINNER: Expedia: 645 Elliott
Finalists:
Oracle Office Expansion – Century Square Building
Gravity Payments Headquarters

Office Interior of the Year
WINNER: Weyerhaeuser Headquarters
Finalists:
Seattle Foundation Headquarters
Redfin Headquarters
JLL – Seattle Office
Archbright
HBO
DocuSign
AOL

Office Development of the Year
WINNER: Data 1 Commercial Office Building
Finalists:
Kaiser Permanente Campus
Midtown21

Mixed-Use Development of the Year
WINNER: The Commons at Ballard
Finalists:
Prexy Apartments
Angeline Apartments

Retail Development of the Year
WINNER: Sammamish Village

Hospitality Development of the Year
WINNER: Hyatt Regency Lake Washington at Seattle’s Southport
Finalists:
Everett Courtyard by Marriott
Mbar
Wings Over Washington – A Flying Ride

Multi-Family Development of the Year
WINNER: Eleanor Apartments
Finalists:
One Lakefront
Janus Apartments
The Hadley Apartments
Augusta
The Hayes on Stone Way
Westlake Steps
Bowman

High Rise Residential of the Year
WINNER: Kinects Tower
Finalists:
Tower 12 Apartments
Helios

Industrial Development of the Year
WINNER: Boeing Renton 4-86 Dinol Booths
Finalists:
Medline Lacey Distribution Center
Des Moines Creek BP Phase III
LogistiCenter I-5
Enterprise Center
The Reserve at Woodinville
LogistiCenter at 167
Fife I-5 Commerce Center

Developer of the Year
WINNER: Panattoni Development Company
Finalist: Holland Partner Group

Deal of the Year
WINNER: Troy Block

Finalist: Des Moines Creek BP Phase IV

Technology/Life Sciences Development of the Year
WINNER: Global Innovation Exchange
Finalists:
Living Computers: Museum + Labs
Juno Therapeutics Headquarters

Judges’ Innovation Award
The Marion West

People’s Choice Award
ATLAS Workbase

SIOR 2017 Brokers of the Year
Industrial
WINNER: Matt O’Brien – JLL/KBC Advisors
Finalists:
Bill Condon – Colliers International
Arie Salomon – NAI Puget Sound Properties

Investment
WINNER: Chris Burdett – CBRE Hotels
Finalists:
Eli Hanacek – CBRE
Lori Hill – Williams, Stuart, Team – Jones Lang LaSalle

Office
WINNER: Laura Ford – Colliers International
Finalists:
David Abbott – Colliers International
Michael Dash – CBRE

NAIOP Washington thanks its 2017 Night of the Stars Judges:
Bill Bieber – Exxel Pacific
Ann Bishop – Wallace Properties
John Chau – LMN Architects
Kurt Hanson – City of Kent
Tina Pappas – Tarragon
John Pietromonaco – Pietromonaco Properties
Denice Tokunaga – Summit Law Group
Jeffrey Utterback – Port of Seattle

Night of the Stars 2017 is sponsored by HomeStreet Bank (Platinum Sponsor) and Puget Sound Business Journal (Media Sponsor). For a complete list of sponsors, please visit NAIOPwa.org/night-of-the-stars-2017.

Clockwise from top: The Publix+Warehouse Renovation, Weyerhaeuser Headquarters, Microsoft Buildings 30-32 Workplace Renovation.

About NAIOP Washington State
NAIOP Washington State is a trade association for developers, owners and investors in office, industrial, multi-family and all other commercial real estate sectors. The chapter, recognized as 2016 Chapter of the Year, is the fourth-largest and one of the fastest growing chapters nationally, with more than 900 members representing the region’s leading firms in commercial real estate development. It provides a number of opportunities for professional development and serves as a comfortable and welcoming forum for networking and business improvement.

NAIOP’s Washington State chapter is known for its philanthropy, with hundreds of its members volunteering each year for community enhancement projects ranging from stream recovery to social service center renovations. The chapter is also recognized for its significant advocacy efforts to ensure responsible and balanced development practices in the Washington.