Pillars Awards Entry Applications Due Nov. 16
The Setai, a Miami Beach condo-hotel, was named "Best Mixed-Use Community" — and "Project of the Year" — in the 2006 Pillars of the Industry Awards competition.
Entries are open for the 2008 Pillars of the Industry Awards competition honoring excellence in apartment and condominium design and development — including the best mixed-use community — as well as leadership in marketing and property management.
Apartment owners and developers, property managers, architects, interior designers and others involved in the multifamily housing industry are invited to enter.
The application deadline is Nov. 16.
Entry notebooks are due Dec. 14.
The Pillars of the Industry Awards program is the largest and most prestigious of its kind, and both housing professionals and the media look to the awards as a showcase of future trends and innovation.
The awards recognize superior achievement in three areas: building, marketing and individual excellence, including “Multifamily Development Firm of the Year” and “Best Multifamily Community of the Year.”
Award recipients will be honored at a gala ceremony during NAHB Multifamily’s Pillars of the Industry Conference at the Broadmoor Colorado Springs, Colo. on April 2. The conference is the premier educational and networking event for multifamily developers, owners, managers and lenders.
For complete details, including eligibility requirements and application forms, go to www.nahb.org/pillarsawards, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 800-368-5242 x8215.
To see a list of last year's winners, available on the NAHB Web site, click here.
Get Informed, Make Connections at Pillars Conference
Attend the 2008 Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Conference & Awards Gala, April 1-3, and find out what’s next in the rapidly changing multifamily market from top economists and multifamily market experts.
Network with the top professionals in the field and find out how they’re navigating the current market. Walk away with new contacts and fresh perspectives.
For more information, visit www.nahb.org/pillarsconference.