ULI Oklahoma: 7th Annual Impact Awards
On February 1-5, 2021, ULI Oklahoma will host the 7th Annual Impact Awards. The event recognizes projects that exemplify best practices in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities, through each project’s contributions to the built environment and the public realm. The finalists represent those projects and initiatives that were determined to best promote the creation of resilient communities, intelligent densification and urbanization, as well as outstanding quality of design and construction.
As with most events, this year’s Impact Awards will look a little different than normal. ULI Oklahoma will be celebrating the finalists with an online, week-long, promotional event starting January 4th. Then, the winners in each category will be announced on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram throughout the week starting February 1st. Follow along both weeks using the hashtag #ULIOKimpact.
FINALISTS HONORED: January 4th-8th
WINNERS ANNOUNCED: February 1st-5th
Outstanding Community Building Effort: 16th Street Saturdays, Pivot Tiny Homes, The Musical Swings
Outstanding Public Initiative: Capps Middle School, City Hall Sessions, Guymon Downtown Corridor Plan
Boutique Development: Classen Inn, Make Ready, Sunnyside Diner
Small Scale Development: 71 squared, Boulevard, Park17
Large Scale Development: Classen16, Heartland Headquarters, The Bower
Small Scale Rehabilitation & Restoration: 400 N Walnut Ave, Bradford House, The Cathedral of our Lady of Perpetual Help
Philanthropic Vision: Girl Scout Camp Trivera
Distinguished Merit Award: Oklahoma State Capitol Restoration Project
For more information on Impact Awards, including a historical list of finalists, CLICK HERE