Building Brooklyn Awards Winners Announced

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    The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce has just announced the winners of its annual Building Brooklyn Awards. The Chamber’s Real Estate & Development Committee selects projects from the last year that distinguished themselves in twelve categories of design; in addition, three awards are given for economic impact. We’ve listed all the winners on the jump and will be taking a closer look at each one over the next days and weeks. In the Affordable Housing category, the Imperial Apartments (top) won accolades. The South Slope Condominiums at 270 21st Street (middle left) won in the Residential: 1-5 Dwellings category and the L3 Condominiums (middle right) got top honors in the Residential: Multi-Family slot. Another cool-looking winner was the Redhook Stores project (bottom) in the Design and Economic Impact category. We’ll get into more detail about each of these at a later date; the other winners are listed with photos on the jump. The 2007 Building Brooklyn Awards (BBA) ceremony and cocktail reception will be held at Stage 6 at Steiner Studios at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on Wednesday, July 18. Update: We’ve added complete info on architects, developers, etc. on the jump.

    DESIGN AWARDS

    Arts & Culture
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    Project: The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art (MoCADA)
    Owner/Developer: Downtown Brooklyn Partnership
    Architect: StudioSUMO
    Builder: Everest Realty

    Community Facility
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    Project: New Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCA
    Owner/Developer: YMCA of Greater New York
    Architect: Donald Blair & Partners, LLP
    Builder: Signature Construction Group

    Higher Education
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    Project: Academic Village – Kingsborough Community College
    Owner/Developer: City University of New York
    Architect: Gruzen Samton Architects; Davis Brody Bond, LLP
    Builder: Attri Enterprises, Inc.

    Dormitory
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    Project: Feil Hall
    Owner/Developer: Brooklyn Law School
    Architect: Robert A.M. Stern; Laurence Tamaccio Design Destinations; SLCE Architects
    Builder: Kreisler Borg Florman General Constructing Co.

    Primary Education
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    Project: PS/IS 395
    Owner/Developer: NYC School Construction Authority
    Architect: Gran Associates Architects & Planners LLC
    Builder: DeMatteis Construction Corp.

    Office
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    Project: Brooklyn Supreme & Family Courthouse
    Owner/Developer: Forest City Ratner Companies
    Architect: Perkins Eastman
    Builder: Turner Construction Company

    Residential: Affordable
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    Project: 277 Gates Avenue
    Owner/Developer: Pratt Area Community Council
    Architect: Feder & Stia Architects
    Builder: Builders-R-Us Construction Corp.

    Residential: Affordable
    Project: The Imperial (Photo Above)
    Owner/Developer: Pacific Village, LLC
    Architect: GM Architects
    Builder: Notias Construction

    Residential: 1-5 Dwellings
    Project: South Slope Condominiums (270 21st Street) (Photo Above)
    Owner/Developer: Andrew Giancola
    Architect: Coggan + Crawford Architecture + Design
    Builder: Giancola Contracting

    Residential: Multi-Family
    Project: L3 Condominiums
    Owner/Developer: Luquer Developers, LLC
    Architect: Office 606 Design + Construction
    Builder: Office 606 Design + Construction

    Retail
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    Project: One Girl Cookies
    Owner/Developer: One Girl Cookies
    Architect: MADE LLC
    Builder: MADE LLC

    ECONOMIC IMPACT AWARDS

    Economic Impact
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    Project: Expansion of NY Marriott Hotel at Brooklyn Bridge
    Owner/Developer: Muss Development LLC
    Architect: William B. Tabler Architects; SB Architects; Moss Gilday Group
    Builder: Muss Brooklyn Development Corporation

    Economic Impact
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    Project: Twin Marquis, Inc.
    Owner/Developer: TMI Food Group
    Architect: Luis P. Wong
    Builder: A.A. Mechanic & Constructions, Inc.

    Mixed-Use
    Project: Redhook Stores (Photo Above)
    Owner/Developer: Redhook Stores
    Architect: Susan Doban Architect, PC; Energy Concepts Engineering PC
    Builder: OC Construction

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