Affordable Housing Finance is pleased to announce the finalists of its eighth annual Readers’ Choice Awards for the nation’s best developments of 2011-2012.
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 11 and Aug. 15. Voters must be valid subscribers as of July 1.
- Emerald Springs in Detroit; developed by Unified Property Group and Detroit Housing Commission
- Harmony Oaks in New Orleans; developed by McCormack Baron Salazar, Landwide Development, Harmony Neighborhood Development, and the Housing Authority of New Orleans
- Metro 510 in Tampa, Fla.; developed by Sage Partners
- Northside Housing Initiative in Milwaukee; developed by Gorman & Co., Inc.
- Dumont Green in Brooklyn, N.Y.; developed by The Hudson Cos.
- M Station in Austin, Texas; developed by Foundation Communities
- Sustainable Fellwood in Savannah, Ga.; developed by The Woda Group and Parallel Housing, Inc.
- Temple I North 16th and Temple II North Gratz Street in Philadelphia; developed by 1260 Housing Development Corp.
Historic Rehab Finalists:
- Ghost Ranch Lodge in Tucson, Ariz.; developed by Atlantic Development & Investments, Inc.
- Owe’neh Bupingeh Preservation Project in Ohkay Owingeh, N.M.; developed by Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority
- Scott School Apartments in Baton Rouge, La.; developed by Gulf Coast Housing Partnership and Capital Area Alliance for the Homeless
- Saint Luke’s Manor in Cleveland; developed by Neighborhood Progress, Inc., and Pennrose Properties, LLC
- Brownsville Transit Village in Miami; developed by Carlisle Development Group, LLC
- Savannah Gardens in Savannah, Ga.; developed by Mercy Housing Southeast, Inc.
- Banyan Street Manor Apartments in Honolulu; developed by Vitus Group
- Harold Washington Apartments in Chicago; developed by Mercy Housing Lakefront
- New Horizons in Miami; developed by Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc.
- Vintage Gardens in Baltimore; developed by Hampstead Cos., National Housing Trust/Enterprise Preservation Corp., and Poppleton Community Development Corp.
- Alta Vista de la Montana in Delta, Colo.; developed by Community Resources and Housing Development Corp.
- Richwood Greene in Richwood, Ohio; developed by The Woda Group
- West York Redevelopment in Walkerton, Ind.; developed by Justus Property Management
- Fair Oaks Plaza in Sunnyvale, Calif.; developed by MidPen Housing Corp.
- The Greens at Hammonds Lane in Baltimore; developed by Enterprise Homes
- Heritage at McDonough in McDonough, Ga.; developed by The NuRock Cos.
- Heritage Park Seniors Campus in Minneapolis; developed by Sherman Associates and Minneapolis Public Housing Authority
- 15th and Commercial in San Diego; developed by Father Joe’s Villages and Chelsea Investment Corp.
- The Commons at Livingston in Columbus, Ohio; developed by National Church Residences
- OpenDoors Housing in Providence, R.I.; developed by OpenDoors
- Safe Home in Sioux Falls, S.D.; developed by Minnehaha County Housing and Redevelopment Commission
- Verde Gardens in Homestead, Fla.; developed by Carrfour Supportive Housing
- The Beacon in Miami; developed by Carlisle Development Group, LLC
- Doria Apartment Homes in Irvine, Calif.; developed by Jamboree Housing Corp. and Irvine Community Land Trust
- Gold Seal Lofts in New Orleans; developed by The Domain Cos.
- The Homes at Old Colony in Boston; developed by Beacon Communities Development, LLC