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Submissions for these awards are due March 16, 2015:
For decades, the Urban Land Institute has set the standard in recognizing outstanding real estate development projects, related programs, and visionaries in urban development. ULI’s awards programs are highly selective and set a prestigious reference among built environment professionals. Winners and finalists benefit from worldwide recognition among influential leaders in real estate—and urban development—related fields.
ULI recognizes a wide range of project types, sizes, and initiatives in its award programs—from housing to commercial and mixed use to new communities, from open spaces to policy initiatives, both for profit and nonprofit.
Projects are judged by teams of experts tailored to the requirements of each awards program. These multidisciplinary groups of experts typically include developers, planners, architects, public officials, community representatives, and other professionals as required by the award criteria.
View the deadlines and other important dates for all of ULI’s awards programs and competitions in 2015.
ULI Global Awards for Excellence
Recognizing best practices and outstanding development projects in both the private and public sectors. Apply by March 16, 2015.
ULI Urban Open Space Award
Celebrating and promoting the creation of transformative open spaces. Now a global competition in 2015! Apply by March 16, 2015.
ULI Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing Awards
Recognizing exemplary developments that meet affordable and workforce housing needs in the local community. Apply by March 16, 2015.
ULI Robert C. Larson Housing Policy Leadership Awards
Recognizing innovative state and local policy initiatives that provide ongoing and sustainable support for affordable and workforce housing. Apply by March 16, 2015.
ULI J.C. Nichols Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development
Recognizing an individual whose own work, or work on behalf of an institution, has made a distinguished contribution to community building and who is committed to a built environment of the highest quality, anywhere in the world.
ULI Apgar Urban Land Awards
Recognizing authors whose articles in Urban Land magazine best contribute to ULI’s mission and priorities, encouraging contributions from young professionals and active practitioners.
ULI Hines Competition
An urban design and development competition that challenges graduate students to collaborate across disciplines and imagine a better built environment. Applications for 2015 closed on December 9, 2014.