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Pete
01-06-2015, 04:36 PM
Winners will be announced at their Jan. 15th event. Lots of great projects here.

ULI Oklahoma Impact Awards - ULI Oklahoma (http://oklahoma.uli.org/event/uli-oklahoma-impact-awards/)


Best Community Building Effort:

Better Block OKC PARK(ing) Day 2014
Gatewood Elementary Playground Build
H&8th

Best Small Scale Infill Development Project:

The Bleu Garten
Holiday Pop-Up Shops in Midtown
Positively Paseo’s Classen Ten Penn Homes

Best Large Scale Infill Development Project:

John Rex Elementary
The Edge
LEVEL

Best Small Scale Redevelopment Project:

430 Lofts
Dunlap Codding Building
600 NW 23rd Street
Calvary Baptist

Best Large Scale Redevelopment Project:

Ambassador Hotel
The Braniff Building
Packard/Guardian/Park Place

Jared
01-15-2015, 06:19 PM
This is the winners according to my friend (He didn't remember the large scale):

Best Community Building Effort:
Better Block OKC PARK(ing) Day 2014
Gatewood Elementary Playground Build
H&8th

Best Small Scale Infill Development Project:
The Bleu Garten
Holiday Pop-Up Shops in Midtown
Positively Paseo’s Classen Ten Penn Homes

Best Large Scale Infill Development Project:
John Rex Elementary
The Edge
LEVEL

Best Small Scale Redevelopment Project:
430 Lofts
Dunlap Codding Building
600 NW 23rd Street
Calvary Baptist

Best Large Scale Redevelopment Project:
Ambassador Hotel
The Braniff Building
Packard/Guardian/Park Place

Urbanized
01-16-2015, 05:56 AM
The large scale redevelopment winner was Packard/Guardian/Park Place. A bunch of us celebrated by going to The Garage, eating burgers and playing bingo, and noted that we were doing so in an award-winning building.

Urbanized
01-16-2015, 06:33 AM
By the way, that burger/bingo group by itself contained owners/developers/staff associated with:


Downtown Oklahoma City, Inc
District Manager of Bricktown
OU Institute for Quality Communities
Better Block
Holiday Pop-Ups
Wheeler District
H&8th
Plaza District
Tower Theater owners (who also have other various projects)
I know I'm forgetting some folks

And that was just a microcosm of the people who attended the actual ULI event. On a per-capita basis and from a local development perspective that was honestly one of the most impressive rooms full of people I've had the good fortune to be in.