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Urban Land Institute picks finalists for North Texas commercial real estate awards
Steve Brown | The Dallas Morning News


The Beck Group’s Dallas Arboretum Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden is one of the projects competing for the Urban Land Institute award.

A group of North Texas real estate developments have been honored by the Urban Land Institute and are competing for top industry recognition.


The North Texas District Council of the ULI will pick four top projects for its annual Impact Awards.


Finalists for the ULI’s Innovation award include Prescott Realty Group’s BLVD apartment development in Dallas, TBG Partners’ design for the Harvest development in Northlake, being developed by Hillwood, and the Beck Group’s submission of the Piano Pavilion at the Kimbell Museum of Art in Fort Worth.


The projects nominated for the ULI Influence are the City of Plano’s Downtown Plano Transit Village, Catalyst Urban’s Lancaster Urban Village Development and Cooper & Stebbins’ Southlake Town Square 2.


Finalists for the Public Place Award The Beck Group’s Dallas Arboretum Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden and Sundance Square Plaza in Fort Worth, and SWA Group’s landscape and urban design plan for the Katy Trail.


The finalists for the Next Big Idea Award include ASH+LIME Strategies’ proposal entitled Community Development as Economic Development,” Omniplan’s Dallas Midtown-Valley View/Galleria Area Plan and Trinity River Vision Authority’s Panther Island development in Fort Worth.


The winners of the ULI award will be announced on March 19.