Family Finalists:

  • Bowling Green Scholar House in Bowling Green, Ky.; developed by Housing Assistance and Development Services and Wabuck Development Co.
  • Grass Creek Village in Anchorage, Alaska; developed by Cook Inlet Housing Authority
  • Seigle Point Apartment Homes in Charlotte, N.C.; developed by Seigle Point Development, LLC
  • Waverley Woods in Belmont, Mass.; developed by Affirmative Investments, Inc.

Green Finalists:

  • Los Vecinos Apartments in Chula Vista, Calif.; developed by Wakeland Housing & Development Corp.
  • Prairie Pointe Townhomes in Greensburg, Kan.; developed by Manske & Associates, LLC
  • Renaissance Riverfront Lofts in Denver; developed by the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
  • Wheeler Terrace in Washington, D.C.; developed by Community Preservation and Development Corp.

Historic Rehab Finalists:

  • Royalton Apartments in Miami; developed by Carlisle Development Group and Carrfour Supportive Housing, Inc.
  • Sycamore House in Durand, Mich.; developed by The Woda Group, LLC
  • Winston Churchill Apartments in St. Louis; developed by The Eagle Point Cos.

Homeownership Finalists:

  • Ludlow Homeownership in Philadelphia; developed by the Philadelphia Housing Authority
  • Mandela Gateway in Oakland, Calif.; developed by BRIDGE Housing

Mixed-Use/Master-Planned Finalists:

  • St. Vincent’s in Santa Barbara, Calif.; developed by Mercy Housing
  • The Station at Potomac Yard in Alexandria, Va.; developed by the City of Alexandria, Potomac Yard Development, LLC, a joint venture of national home builders Pulte and Centex Corps., and the Alexandria Housing Development Corp.
  • Village Allapattah in Miami; developed by Carlisle Development Group, Biscayne Housing Group, and the YMCA of Greater Miami

Preservation Finalists:

  • POAH Florida Portfolio in Florida; developed by Preservation of Affordable Housing, Inc.
  • Spring Creek Gardens in Brooklyn, N.Y.; developed by The Domain Cos. and The Arker Cos.
  • Villa Nueva Apartments in San Ysidro, Calif.; developed by Steadfast Cos. and Casa Familiar, Inc.

Rural Finalists:

  • Chuska Apartments in Gallup, N.M.; developed by Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico
  • Haven House in Metropolis, Ill.; developed by Don Yost
  • Red Hawk Apartments in Springdale, Utah; developed by Color Country Community Housing, Inc.

Seniors Finalists:

  • 990 Polk Street in San Francisco; developed by Citizens Housing Corp. and Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp.
  • Hayward Senior Housing in Hayward, Calif.; developed by Eden Housing, Inc.
  • The Langdon & Anne Simons Senior Apartments in Seattle; developed by Plymouth Housing Group
  • Paulson Park Senior Apartments in Mountain View, Calif.; developed by Mid-Peninsula Housing Coalition

Special-Needs Finalists:

  • Family Commons at Cabrillo in Long Beach, Calif.; developed by Century Housing
  • Margaret Jenkins House in Baltimore; developed by Homes for America and Women’s Housing Coalition
  • Rayen Apartments in Los Angeles; developed by A Community of Friends
  • Schermerhorn House in Brooklyn, N.Y.; developed by Common Ground and The Actors Fund
  • Villa Aurora in Miami; developed by Carrfour Supportive Housing, Inc.

Urban Finalists:

  • Golden Manor and Saxony Townhomes in Hammond, Ind.; developed by the Hammond Housing Authority and Herman & Kittle Properties, Inc.
  • Madison at 14th Street Apartments in Oakland, Calif.; developed by Affordable Housing Associates
  • Oxford Plaza in Berkeley, Calif.; developed by Resources for Community Development
  • The Preserve in New Orleans; developed by The Domain Cos.