2022 NAIOPWA Night of the Stars Finalists & First Winners Announced!

2022 NAIOPWA Night of the Stars Finalists & First Winners Announced

John Pietromonaco to be inducted to NAIOPWA Hall of Fame | Annual People’s Choice Award with Daily Voting Runs Sept 21 – Oct 5

SEATTLE – Announced at NAIOP Washington State’s September Breakfast, the slate of competitors for the association’s annual Night of the Stars Awards once again showcases the best commercial real estate development projects across the state completed in the past year. With the announcement, People's Choice voting begins online and runs through Weds., Oct. 5. Also announced was NAIOPWA's 2022 Hall of Fame inductee, John Pietromonaco, who joins the ranks of leaders honored for their essential contributions to the built environment of the Puget Sound region and to the CRE community through their involvement in NAIOPWA and beyond. 

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The projects, and the developers who engaged them, demonstrate the flexibility and ingenuity of the CRE community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, NAIOPWA’s 2022 Night of the Stars finalists highlight the growth in transit-oriented development (TOD), multi-family housing from high-rise urban to supportive housing, and various programs that encourage development in underutilized regions such as Opportunity Zone funding.

The first two winners of 2022 speak to the overall trend toward housing and community seen among the 59 finalists:

Community Impact Development of the Year: Seattle Indian Health Board ʔálʔal Clinic at Chief Seattle Club supports the recently opened ʔálʔal (the Lushootseed word for “home”) affordable housing building, where individuals experiencing homelessness receive services including western-style medical, dental and behavioral health treatment, as well as traditional indigenous medicine options.

Sustainable Development of the Year: Ellie Passivhaus is Seattle’s third and largest Passivhaus, adding significantly not only to the area’s housing stock but also leading the way forward in environmentally friendly living, surpassing LEED standards, reducing energy consumption by nearly two-thirds and surpassing the city’s Priority Green requirements by 39 percent.

In addition to nominated projects, each year, an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the industry is selected for induction into the NAIOP Washington State Hall of Fame. This year, John Pietromonaco joins the ranks of the vaunted for his contributions to the built environment of the Pacific Northwest, as well as to NAIOPWA and the commercial real estate community. John started his real estate development career in 1978; in 1988, he teamed up with fellow Hall of Fame recipient Harold Hill to start Hill-Raaum-Pietromonaco, which grew from 900,000 to 5,500,000 square feet over the next 29 years. In late 2016, the company divided, and Pietromonaco Jackson Properties was formed; today, the firm owns more than 2,000,000 square feet of buildings. John has served on the Government Affairs Committee for more than 30 years and on the Community Enhancement Committee for more than 20 years; he served as chapter president in 1999, when Seattle last hosted NAIOP’s national convention. 

View all finalists in the Night of the Stars finalists’ gallery, and don’t forget to vote for the 2022 People’s Choice Award! Individuals may vote once per day for the project they believe represents best-in-class development starting today and through Wednesday, Oct. 5. 

Winners will be announced at NAIOPWA’s annual Night of the Stars Gala on Friday, Nov. 4, hosted at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Learn more about Night of the Stars 2022.

NAIOPWA 2022 Night of the Stars Finalists & First Winners

Affordable Housing Development of the Year
Hobson Place
Willow Crossing Apartments
Cedar Crossing
Hinoki Apartments

Community Impact Development of the Year - WINNER
Seattle Indian Health Board ʔálʔal Clinic at Chief Seattle Club

Deal of the Year
Lakefront Blocks Sale
Avenue Bellevue
Longacres Acquisition and Planned Redevelopment

Developer of the Year
Panattoni Development Company, Inc.
Unico Properties LLC

High-Rise Residential Development of the Year
The Modern
Olympic Tower at Skyline
Ovation Towers

Historic Renovation of the Year
The Astor at the Washington Building
Seattle Quilt Manufacturing Building

Hospitality Development of the Year
citizenM Seattle, Pioneer Square
Dick's Drive In - Bellevue

Industrial Build-to-Suit Development of the Year
Costco Logistics' DDS Distribution Center in Tumwater
Project Beige
Midway Logistics Center Ryerson Steel BTS
Ashley Furniture Distribution Center BTS

Industrial Speculative Development of the Year
Bridge Point Kent 300
Pacific Gateway

Mixed-Use Development of the Year
The Schoolhouse District
The Village at Totem Lake, Phase II

Multi-Family Residential Development of the Year: Fewer than 100 Units
Parque Kirkland
Ori on Stone Way
NexGen Cubix Othello
Larson Apartments

Multi-Family Residential Suburban Development of the Year: More than 100 Units
Waterfront Place Apartments
Terrace Station
Kōz on MLK Way

Multi-Family Residential Urban Development of the Year: More than 100 Units
The Boardwalk
Edgepoint Apartments
Hailey Apartments
Mason & Main
Midtown Square
The Morrow

Office Development of the Year
1001 Office Towers
Dexter Yard
One Esterra

Office Interior of the Year
Monolithic Power Systems
Seattle Bank
Confidential Technology Client Office Buildout
Confidential Global Client
Meta Block 20 Spring District
Mud Bay Main Office

Redevelopment/Renovation of the Year
Starbucks Headquarters Collaborative Workspace
Dick's Drive-In – Broadway
Spaceflight Headquarters
Mercer Park Office Renovation
Volkswagen Cloud Office Renovation
Climate Pledge Arena

Student Housing Development of the Year
The Accolade
Trailside Student Housing

Sustainable Development of the Year
WINNER: Ellie Passivhaus

SIOR Broker of the Year Finalists & First Winners

Investment Broker of the Year
Matt McGregor, Colliers
Jim Reed, Lee & Associates 

Office Broker of the Year
WINNER: David Rothrock and Doug Barrett, Meriwether Advisors

Industrial Broker of the Year
Bill Condon, Colliers
Matt Henn and Matt Hagen, Kidder Mathews
Chris Peterson, Lee & Associates
Wilma Warshak, Washington Real Estate Advisors, LLC

NAIOP Washington State thanks its 2022 Night of the Stars Judges
Brenda Barnes, Partner, CLARK | BARNES
Mark Dibble, Partner, DSC Capital LLC
Matt Gladney, Senior Vice President, Development, Bridge Industrial
Travis Harth, Director of Special Projects, Sellen
Ray Liaw, Partner, Van Ness Feldman LLP
Tim Ryan, Development Manager, Ryan Companies US, Inc.
Dena Yamaguchi, Associate Principal, CallisonRTKL

About Night of the Stars 2022
NAIOPWA's Night of the Stars identifies outstanding real estate developments and activities in a variety of market types and the individuals who made the projects happen. The awards aim to honor the teams who build our landscape in this annual celebration of the industry. Each finalist project was evaluated for impact on the community, market adaptability, ingenuity, and local contributions; projects honored in 2022 were completed within the period July 1, 2021, to August 1, 2022.








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