GlobeSt.Adapt Opportunity Zones Awards 2019 and Real Estate Forum pick this year’s key projects and companies to celebrate. Those featured have had a hand in locating adaptive reuse solutions across the country or are working on key projects in Opportunity Zones across the country.

Source: Globe

By: Natalie Dolce
Posted: June 24th, 2018 11:04 am

Industry experts are predicting that adaptive reuse is likely to be recognized as a distinct product category within commercial real estate by 2021.

In preparation for our GlobeSt.ADAPT: OPPORTUNITY ZONES special feature and conference this month, GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum is putting a spotlight on the achievements of those who have had a hand in locating adaptive reuse solutions across the country—along with a few key opportunity zone projects.

GlobeSt. Real Estate Forum collected nominations and choose key projects and companies across a number of fields and celebrate them in the following pages. From innovative reuses of abandoned space, to historical preservations, to overall design, the following projects—and  companies involved—have made key impacts on the community; the innovation; the ROI; the proven ability to achieve goals; and ingenuity in terms of creative thinking and problem solving.

Below are those recognized for 2019:

Adaptive Reuse or Opportunity Zone Top Individuals or Companies

– Devin S. James, Refurban Memphis LLC

– JK Equities

-RevOZ Capital

Commercial Project (private, for-profit)

– Hotel Trundle/BOUDREAUX Offices at the historic Powell Furniture Building

Location: Columbia, SC

– Piazza Pod Park

Location: Philadelphia

– Refurban Memphis LLC

Location: Memphis, TN

– Waikiki Village Motel

Location: Myrtle Beach, SC

Economic Revitalization

– Marina Square

Location: Bremerton, WA

– Georgia Avenue

Location: Atlanta

– Kurt Westfield / Seaside Lofts

Location: Titusville, FL

– Interface HQ

Location: Atlanta

Historical Preservation

– Evanston Court

Location: Pasadena, CA

– Palihotel Seattle

Location: Seattle

-The Department Building

Location: Atlanta

-The Pizitz

Location: Birmingham, AL

Innovative Reuse of Abandoned Space

– Hotel Indigo-Pepper Building

Location: Winston-Salem, NC

– The Irvine

Location: Philadelphia

– The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach

Location: Miami

Opportunity Zone Projects

– City Market at O

Location: Washington, DC

– Hamilton Court

Location: Philadelphia

– Hampton Park

Location: Capital Heights, MD

– Kern’s Bakery Redevelopment

Location: Knoxville, TN

Overall Design

– 712 S Olive & 410 W 7th

Location: Los Angeles

– Empire Improvement Building

Location: Cleveland, OH

– The Atlantic

Location: Philadelphia

– Thirteen 21 Lofts – Owen Building

Location: Columbia, SC

Overall Transformation

-10 Grand Central

Location: New York City

-3420 Bristol

Location: Costa Mesa, CA

– Edison Village

Location: West Orange, NJ

-The Factory

Location: Bethlehem, PA

– The Trust Building

Location: Los Angeles

-Union Station Great Hall

Location: Chicago