TG+P is the proud recipient of three 2022 Best in American Living™ Awards, presented as part of the National Association of Home Builder's (NAHB) annual International Builder's Show.
The Tribeca, a 13-story, 99-unit residential building in northeast Washington, D.C., won Gold in the Multifamily Development 8 Stories and Over, for Rent category.
The exterior fits the urban area, but has a rhythm to it. The balconies add lots of texture. The units feature clean, modern interiors, and the kitchens are rich. Frosted glass into the studio bedrooms is a nice touch to help bring in light as well.
One501 Eckington, a mixed-use development offering retail and rental apartments in northeast D.C., received Gold in the Multifamily Development 4-7 Stories, for Rent category.
The way that the project is broken it up—designing by block—makes it feel like evolved overtime. It also has a good relationship to the streetscape, which makes it feel contextual. The brick elements are really nice, and it has a good inclusion of art.
Church Hill North, a neighborhood revitalization that delivered 250 mixed-typology and mixed-income homes, a neighborhood center, a variety of park spaces, complete streets, and defined blocks on an almost 22-acre site in Richmond, VA, was recognized with Silver in the Multifamily, Affordable category.
The development did a great job creating walkable streetscapes—it feels like a neighborhood.
The Best in American Living™ Awards (BALA) is the building industry’s premier residential design awards program. BALA spotlights the most creative and talented building industry professionals who have redefined design excellence for homes and communities nationally and internationally. Winning projects showcase what building industry professionals need to know to set their product apart and hit the right mark with today’s highly educated and discerning home buyers.