2021 Structures Awards honor retail, residential, commercial and community projects
Each year, the Silicon Valley Business Journal recognizes the best real estate deals, projects and dealmakers in the region with our Structures Awards.
This year’s real estate award honorees include a $300 million STEM campus at a local university, a reimagining of a vacant lot in Morgan Hill, and new tech campuses — all projects and more that had to deal with changing health protocols and construction fits and starts, thanks to the pandemic.
We will recognize the best projects, deals and leases in Silicon Valley. There are no finalists in categories; each one we have chosen is a winner. And some categories have more than one winner. Each of the honorees had to be under construction, started or finished between June 1, 2020, to June 1, 2021.
The Silicon Valley Business Journal will honor 25 real estate awards at a virtual event on Sept. 23. Each honoree will be profiled in print and online on Sept. 24.
Several awards will be announced at the Sept. 23 event:
- Deal of the Year
- Office/R&D Deal of the Year
- Developer of the Year
- Dealmaker of the Year
- Pioneer of the Year
Here are the remaining the Silicon Valley Structures honorees for 2021.
Affordable Residential Project: Leigh Avenue Senior Apartments
Build-to-Suit Project: Intuitive
Campus Project: Microsoft’s Silicon Valley Campus
Community Impact: Emergency Interim Housing sites, provided by the City of San Jose, Habitat for Humanity and LifeMoves Mountain View
Education Project: Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation, Santa Clara University
Facades: Techcon Headquarters
Green Project: Google Bay View
Healthcare Project: Stanford Center for Academic Medicine
Hospitality Project: The Ameswell
Innovative Technology Project: 200 Park
Interiors: Google 237 Moffett Park Drive
Market-Rate Residential Project: Miro
Mixed-Use Project: Hanover Diridon
Office or Industrial Built Project: Fortinet
Public/Civic Project: Cañada College Kinesiology and Wellness Building
Retail Project: State Street Market
Reuse/Rehab Project: Mission Technology Park
Speculative Project, Small: 3380 Coyote Hill Road, Stanford Research Park
Speculative Project, Large: Alexandria Center for Life Sciences
Urban Infill Project: 855 Main, Redwood City