Mixed-Use and Urban Infill Award Winners

Celadon at 9th and Broadway
The mixed-use project combines retail space at ground level with 250 affordable rental units.

Celadon at 9th and Broadway
The tower of the sustainably-designed building is scaled to match surrounding historic buildings.

Liberty Center
The mixed-use Ohio town center contains 925,000 square feet of retail space, 100,000 square feet of offices, and 200 apartments and townhouses.

Liberty Center
The scheme connects three urban spaces: an entertainment square, a landscaped park, and rooftop acropolis. 

Liberty Center
The rooftop space includes a maze garden and a chapel.

Stella Mixed-Use
Stella's developers overcame site complications to create a model for urban California living.

Stella Mixed-Use
10% of the units in the amenity-rich complex are reserved for low-income renters

Mount Rainier Town Center
Redevelopment plans in this historic community created a revitalized neighborhood

Mount Rainier Town Center
The space was designed to be more pedestrian-friendly and include more outdoor space

The Corner
This Missoula, Mont., project contains eight condos and 4,700 square feet of retail space.

The Corner
Varied elevations give the all-steel exterior added texture

Steelhouse 1 and 2
This project fit two 1,450 square foot houses onto a single 25x100-foot lot in San Francisco

Steelhouse 1 and 2
The two houses face a shared yard

Steelhouse 1 and 2
Corner windows let in abundant natural light and help the houses feel extra spacious. 

38 Dolores
This mixed-use project replaced a car dealership on a downtown San Francisco lot

38 Dolores
The development prioritized sustainability, walkability, and outdoor spaces.

77H
This project provides 303 apartments and retail space to a fast-growing Washington, D.C., neighborhood.

77H
Developers mixed high-end amenities with a historic design aesthetic to match the surrounding buildings.

77H
The project also encompasses two outdoor courtyards.

Zero Cottage
Architect David Baker designed his own San Francisco home on a tight 26-by-20-foot lot.

Zero Cottage
Designed to be net-zero energy, the house contains multiple sustainability measures.

Zero Cottage
The interior contains mostly salvaged materials and industrial touches.

Lincoln Park Residence
This custom home in the heart of Chicago is a reuse of 100-plus year-old barn and dairy storefront.

Lincoln Park Residence
Architects worked with a tight urban lot and historic preservation guidelines to create a home that connects with the urban neighborhood.

Lincoln Park Residence
The modern interior features clean lines and large windows.

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