- Bainbridge Bethesda, finalist for “Best High-Rise Apartment Community (10-plus stories)”
- Little Falls Place, finalist for “Best Condominium Community”
- MetroTowns at Parkside, finalist for “Best Workforce Housing Community”
- Harrison Apartments, finalist for “Best Interior Merchandising of a Common Area”
Carlyn and Company is especially excited about the consideration for Harrison Apartments in “Best Interior Merchandising of a Common Area”–this award points to the innovation and success of Carlyn and Company’s design vision for the new multifamily complex. The nominations are an honor and Carlyn and Company is proud to have worked on project teams with the builders, developers, architects, and other contractors from all four projects.
The winners will be announced 2 p.m. ET Oct. 15, 2015, in an online presentation.
More about the NAHB Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Award:
“NAHB’s Multifamily Pillars of the Industry Awards program highlights creative development concepts, innovative financing strategies, great design and superior management and marketing in the apartment and condo marketplace” throughout America.
“The Pillars awards are held in high esteem by top-level multifamily development companies, management firms and experts in the field. The annual competition is judged by a jury of knowledgeable peers, each having a proven record of success in various facets of the apartment and condo industry” (from NAHB Pillars website).
Boasting some of the largest and grandest amenities in the market, the project offers over 28,000 square feet of common area with an indoor Olympic sized swimming pool, spa, fitness/yoga/Pilates space, rooftop club, executive business suites and conference center for resident use and a grand demonstration kitchen available for private parties. The elegant “hospitality-like” feel is skewed to a slightly more mature market, with great thought given to offering spaces for those who may be working from home – or empty nesters with multiple homes – perhaps downsizing but not ready to give up the luxuries and opportunity to entertain at home.