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Awards

Urban Land Institute's Award for Excellence presented to Forest City for University Park at MIT

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Urban Land Institute, 2004 Award for Excellence
Widely recognized as the land use industry's most prestigious award, it is presented annually, acknowledging a project's full development, not just its architecture or design. The criteria for the awards include leadership, contribution to the community, innovations, public/private partnership, environmental protection and enhancement, response to societal needs, and financial success.

Honor Award for Design Excellence
For distinction in architectural design, awarded for the 91 Sidney Street Residential Building.
Boston Society of Architects, 2003

Laboratory of the Year Award
For outstanding design characteristics, attention to detail, and forward-looking functionality, awarded for 35 Landsdowne Street.
R&D Magazine, 2003

Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence
For special places that contribute to the richness and diversity of America's cities and transcend the boundaries between architecture, urban design, and planning - awarded for the University Park campus.
Honorable Mention, The Bruner Foundation, 2003

Honor Award for Design Excellence
For distinction in architectural design, awarded for the 80 Landsdowne Street Garage.
Boston Society of Architects, 2002

Corporate Citizen of the Year Award
For significant contributions, involvement, and distinguished community service.
Cambridge Chamber of Commerce, 2002

Distinguished Real Estate Award
For achievement in real estate, charitable activities, and community betterment.
National Association of Industrial and Office Properties, 2001

International Award of Excellence
For outstanding design and operational creativity, awarded for the 55 Franklin Street Garage.
International Parking Institute, 2000

GoGreen Business Award
For outstanding environmental efforts in the areas of transportation and recycling.
City of Cambridge, 2000

Urban Landscape Award
For community participation, horticultural superiority, and outstanding achievement in the landscape and design of urban public spaces.
Massachusetts Horticultural Society, 1999

Urban Design Award
For excellence in architecture, city planning, and urban ethics, awarded for the University Park master plan.
Progressive Architecture magazine, 1992

Preservation Award
For outstanding commitment to historic preservation in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, awarded for the Kennedy Biscuit Lofts.
Massachusetts Historical Commission, 1990

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