Nominations

Nominations

The nomination period for the 2019 Vision Awards will open in January 2019 and close on Friday, March 15 at 5:00pm. For information, contact mallory.barker@uli.org

GENERAL JUDGING CRITERIA

Development projects that meet eligibility requirements may be considered for the ULI Vision Awards 2019. Judging criteria include:

1. The project must be financially stable and operating successfully. It must demonstrate to be a sound financial investment. Projects must be 85 – 100% leased / sold. Financial and operational criteria must be met to be eligible for submission for judging. In the case of public/non-profit and institutional developments, project must demonstrate a sound investment of public funds and success in impacting a community or neighborhood.

2. The project must achieve a high standard of excellence in several areas ex. land use, design, construction, economics, sustainability, community impact, environmental sensitivity, etc.

3. The project should demonstrate added-value elements such as public/private/non-profit partnerships, resiliency, mobility tie-ins or improvements, housing affordability, promoting health in the built environment, relevance and/or leadership to the community’s current and future needs, issues and character of the community in which it is located, etc

4. The project must be worthy of emulation and stand out from others in its category.

SUBMISSION ELIGIBILITY

*Projects must be located in Southeast Florida, the Keys, or the Caribbean.
*Submission is open to all; not just to ULI members.
*Previously submitted projects may re-apply with additional components.
*Project Size category must be indicated.
*Private, Public, Non-Profit, and Institutional Projects are all considered and invited to apply.
*Projects must be financially viable to be eligible

 

Project of the Year:

The nomination process is open to all – not just to ULI members. The nominated project may be any market type – residential, hospitality, office/retail, industrial, mixed use or any combination of uses. It may be a comprehensive development or a single building. It may be a public or private sector project; the jury may select a winner from each category. Civic projects that have a significant positive impact on community will also be considered for a public category, e.g., Millennium Park in Chicago; the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts (2009 Vision Award Recipient).

The project must be physically located within ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean’s geographic boundaries, i.e., located within the counties of Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, or in the Caribbean.

The project must be in stable operation, financially viable, and worthy of emulation.

The project must embody excellence in as many of the following categories as possible:
 Impact within the Community
 Resilience & Sustainability
 Creativity
 Land Use
 Design
 Public/Private Cooperation
 Healthy Building
 Legacy – a path-breaking, influential project exemplifying best land use and development practices that has exerted a significant impact in the region

Project of the Year Nomination Process: 

Entries should include a brief synopsis of no more than four pages that highlights the nominated project and how it fits the award criteria. Additional supporting materials strictly limited to seven pages, and should include include project photos.

Review the Call to Nominations – Project of the Year 2018 for more information

Please EMAIL a PDF version of your submission to: Mallory.Barker@uli.org

 

Young Leader of the Year:

This award will honor an individual 35 years of age or younger whose achievements thus far in his/her career exemplify personal, professional and civic contributions to the real estate industry and to our community at-large. Nominees should demonstrate a proven record to date and potential for making even greater positive impacts in the real estate industry and our community. The person who receives this award must be available to attend the Awards Dinner.

The candidate must live and work in ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean’s geographic boundaries, i.e., located within the counties of Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, or in the Caribbean. The nomination process is open to all – not just to ULI members.

Young Leader of the Year Nomination Process:

Entries should include a resume and or bio and any other supporting materials on why the candidate meets the award criteria.  If there is more than one file, please combine into one pdf file.  Please also include the name and contact information for the person submitting the entry.

Review the Call to Nominations – Young Leader of the Year 2018

Please EMAIL a PDF version of your submission to: Mallory.Barker@uli.org

 

 

Call Mallory Barker at 954.916.7329 or email Mallory.Barker@uli.org with any questions.