Affordable Housing Finance is pleased to announce the finalists of its seventh annual Readers’ Choice Awards for the nation’s best developments of 2010-2011.
The finalists will be featured in the July/August issue of Affordable Housing Finance, and then the winners of each category as well as one overall winner will be selected by the subscribers of the magazine and its e-newsletter during online voting between July 13 and Aug. 12.
- Columbia Parc at the Bayou District in New Orleans; developed by Columbia Residential and The Bayou District Foundation of New Orleans
- Frazier Courtyard Homes in Dallas; developed by Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity
- Ivy Terrace in Van Nuys, Calif.; developed by Abode Communities
- Peninsula Station in San Mateo, Calif.; developed by MidPen Housing Corp.
- Branch of Hope Apartments in Chicago; developed by Interfaith Housing Development Corporation of Chicago
- Lexington Farms Subdivision in Jerseyville, Ill.; developed by Capstone Development Group
- Silver Gardens Phase 1 in Albuquerque, N.M.; developed by Romero Rose, LLC
- Vintage Oaks Senior Apartments in Citrus Heights, Calif.; developed by USA Properties Fund, Inc.
- Courthouse Lofts in Kansas City, Mo.; developed by The Alexander Co.
- Historic Lofts of Waco High in Waco, Texas; developed by Archetypes, LLC, Sari & Co., and Fitch Development Group
- The Minnesota Building in St. Paul, Minn.; developed by Sand Cos., Inc., and MNB Development, LLC
- Riverside Plaza in Minneapolis; developed by Sherman Associates Development, LLC
Historic Rehab Finalists:
- Markham Gardens in Staten Island, N.Y.; developed by The Domain Cos., The Arker Cos., and Neighborhood Housing Services of Staten Island
- The Rockwood Building in Gresham, Ore.; developed by Human Solutions, Inc.
- Villard Square Grandfamily Milwaukee in Milwaukee; developed by Gorman & Co., Inc.
- Kukui Gardens in Honolulu; developed by EAH Housing and Devine & Gong, Inc.
- NYCHA Federalization in New York City; developed by New York City Housing Authority
- Temple Landing in New Bedford, Mass.; developed by Preservation of Affordable Housing and United Front Development Corp.
- Foss Creek Court in Healdsburg, Calif.; developed by Eden Housing
- Mackinaw Retirement Village in Celina, Ohio; developed by RLH Partners, Inc.
- Northwood Place Apartments in Ketchum, Idaho; developed by Vitus Development, LLC
- Vineyard Green Apartments in Greenfield, Calif.; developed by Community Housing Improvement Systems and Planning Association, Inc.
- The Coronet in San Francisco; developed by BRIDGE Housing Corp.
- Medford Senior Residences in Medford, N.J.; developed by Moorestown Ecumenical Neighborhood Development, Inc. and Conifer Realty, LLC
- North Hills Highlands Phases I and II in Pittsburgh; developed by Ralph A. Falbo, Inc., and Pennrose Properties, LLC
- SEASONS at Compton in Compton, Calif.; developed by LINC Housing
- The Commons at Buckingham in Columbus, Ohio; developed by National Church Residences
- Fairmount Apartments in Oakland, Calif.; developed by Affordable Housing Associates
- Johnston Center in Milwaukee; developed by Mercy Housing Lakefront
- Renaissance Uptown Lofts in Denver; developed by Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
- True Colors Residence in New York City; developed by West End Intergenerational Residence
- 3Tree Flats in Washington, D.C.; developed by JAIR LYNCH Development Partners, AHD, Inc, and Stratford Capital Group
- Bishop’s Creek Family Housing in Milwaukee; developed by CommonBond Communities with Bishop’s Creek Community Development Corp.
- Oak Hill Jackson Brickstones in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; developed by Hatch Development Group
- Ten Fifty B in San Diego; developed by Affirmed Housing Group