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And the winner is …

David Larter April 18, 2012 3

And the award for best supporting actor goes to … wait, wrong awards.

It might not be the Oscars, but some local real estate deals got their moment in the spotlight at the 11th Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate awards ceremony at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.

The big winner for best project was the Residences at the John Marshall, the $77 million, 240-apartment rehabilitation of one of Richmond’s skyline fixtures.

Other big winners included:

* Deal of the Year for a lease: Capital One at Liberty Plaza II

* Deal of the Year for a sale or acquisition: Lingerfelt Development acquisition of Liberty Property Trust Innsbrook portfolio

Other projects recognized with awards included:

* St. Joseph’s Villa, Site Infrastructure Improvements

* The MillWorks at the Green

* Affiliated Dermatologists of Virginia

* Bon Secours St. Francis Watkins Centre

* Cooper Vineyards, tasting room

* Harvester Building

* The Hodges Partnership, building addition

* Prince George County Library, Appomattox Regional Library System

* Queally Hall, Robins School of Business, University of Richmond

* Southland Wine Company Lofts

* The Tommy J. West Club at the Siegel Center, VCU

Honorable mentions included:

* Honorable mention (lease): Dick’s Sporting Goods and Hobby Lobby at Hancock Village

* Honorable mention (sale/acquisition): Byrd Center Business Park

Also notable: Williams Mullen real estate attorney Andy Condlin, the MC for the evening, soldiered on despite being handed several malfunctioning microphones during the ceremony.

 

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3 Comments »

  1. Dave Knudson April 18, 2012 at 8:20 am - Reply

    Congratulations to Dominion Realty Partners and their vision for this fantastic redevelopment project as well as Choate Construction for their outstanding execution and workmanship.

  2. Frank Quigley April 18, 2012 at 8:52 am - Reply

    Great finished product. Having personally worked with Choate(John Talmage and John Helton) and providing the signage, this was a fantastic team effort. Richmond should be very proud of this restored icon.

  3. David Huffine April 18, 2012 at 11:40 am - Reply

    St. Joseph’s Villa is honored to be included. This amazing project has transformed our campus for better service to children and families with special needs. It has expanded our accessibilty so much that we are doubling our impact from 800 served last year to 1,600 this year! The community is welcome to come and see. Congrats and thanks to all who made this dream a reality.

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