AZRE magazine has selected the winners of the Academy Awards of commercial real estate — the 15th Annual RED (Real Estate Development) Awards.

“Picking the best projects from our record-setting pool of nominees was not easy,” said AZ Big Media Editor in Chief Michael Gossie. “While not every finalist earned a RED Award, each of the finalists is remarkable and unique, from construction and design challenges to state-of-the-art architecture to innovative features and processes.”

And, with that, the RED Awards honored the best commercial real estate projects that were completed in 2019. You can see a full report on the winners of the RED Awards in the May issue of AZRE magazine.

Title sponsors for the 15th Annual RED Awards were Sundt and DPR Construction. The premier sponsor was Willmeng. The beverage sponsor for the RED Awards was DP Electric.

Signature sponsors for the 15th Annual RED Awards were Cawley Architects, Concord General Contracting, CORE, Corgan, Gensler, Haydon, Holualoa Companies, Maricopa County, McShane Construction, Newmark Knight Frank, The Opus Group, RED Development, Skanska, Terracon, Whiting Turner. The centerpiece sponsor was Insurica Southwest.

Here are the winners of the 2020 RED Awards

Industrial Project of the Year (under 600,000 square feet): The Lotus Project

Developer: Conor Commercial Real Estate

General contractor: McShane Construction Company

Architect: DLR Group

Industrial Project Project of the Year (over 600,000 square feet): Amazon AR Sort Fulfillment Center

Developer: Seefried Industrial Properties

General contractor: Ryan Companies US

Architect: Ford & Associates Architects

Education Project of the Year: Dove Mountain CSTEM K-8 School

Owner: Marana Unified School District

General contractor: Chasse Building Team

Architect: Corgan

Hospitality Project of the Year: Great Wolf Lodge

Owner: Great Wolf Resorts

General contractor: Mortenson

Architect: Gensler

Mixed-Use Project of the Year: Block 23

Owner and developer: RED Development

General contractor: Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Architect: Omniplan

Healthcare Project of the Year: Banner-University Medical Center Tucson

Owner: Banner Health

General contractors: Sundt and DPR

Architects: Shepley Bulfinch and GLHN

Recreation or Public Works Project of the Year: Canyon Activity Center

Developer: Grand Canyon University

General contractor: Pono Construction

Architect: souLL Architects

Office Interiors Project of the Year: Zovio

Developer: Irgens

General contractor: Stevens Leinweber

Architect: McCarthy Nordburg

Retail Project of the Year: Arizona Center

Developer: Parellel Capital Partners

General contractor: Skanska

Architect: Gensler

Redevelopment Project of the Year: Park Central

Developers: Plaza Companies and Holualoa Companies 

General contractor: DPR Construction

Architect: richard + bauer

Multifamily Project of the Year: The Link PHX

Developer: CA Ventures

General contractor: Katerra

Architect: Shepley Bulfinch

Office Project of the Year (less than 100,000 square feet): Supima

Owner: Supima

General contractor: Jokake Construction Services

Architect: RSP Architects

Office Project of the Year (between 100,000 and 300,000 square feet): GEICO Regional Headquarters Tucson

Developer: Bourn Companies

General contractor: The Renaissance Companies

Architect: ONYX Creative

Office Project of the Year (more than 300,000 square feet): Northrop Grumman Launch Vehicles Division Headquarters

Developer: Douglas Allred Company

General contractor: Willmeng Construction

Architect: Balmer Architectural Group

Architecture Firm of the Year

Butler Design Group

General Contractor of the Year

Willmeng Construction 

Developer of the Year

Ryan Companies