On Feb. 22, AZRE hosted the 6th Annual, 2011 RED Awards reception at the Ritz-Carlton in Phoenix to recognize the most notable commercial real estate projects of 2010 and the construction teams involved. AZRE held an open call for nominations and more than 100 architects, contractors, developers and brokerage firms participated in the process. All the winning projects and brokers are featured on the following pages.
Contractor: Loven Contracting Architect: Smith Architects Size: 15,083 SF Location: 5 S. San Francisco St., Flagstaff Completed: May 2010
Located in downtown Flagstaff, the Tap Room was a complete renovation of the historic Copeland Lumber facility. The building was stripped down to the shell and transformed into a 15,083 SF restaurant and brewery. The circa-1890 building sat vacant since the mid-1990s and is the last remaining building from Flagstaff’s lumber era. The original brick perimeter was reconditioned and the entire interior was gutted. The original wood trusses can be seen as one enters the building. The project was awarded intermediate level recognition from the Coconino County Sustainable Buildings Program. Sustainable amenities include a rainwater collection system, passive solar design and 90% of construction waste was recycled or reused.
Honorable Mention: Polsinelli Shughart
Developer: RED Development Contractor: The Weitz Company Architect: Gensler Size: 60,000 SF Location: One E. Washington St., Suite 1000-1200, Phoenix Completed: September 2010