Tuesday, June 2, 2009

NJ Future's Smart Growth Award Winners

New Jersey Future will present its 2009 Smart Growth Awards at a dinner tomorrow night (June 3)
from 5:30 to 8 at the Newark Club in Newark, NJ.

The organization says the awards "honor town officials, developers, contractors, architects and corporate leaders who have the courage to resist status quo growth patterns and instead adopt smart growth values and design principles."

This year's winners are:

Sustainable Design and Implementation:
14 Maple Avenue, Morristown
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Robert S. Goldsmith/Greenbaum Rowe Smith & Davis, Morristown Parking Authority

Town Center Redevelopment Plan:
Bloomfield Center Redevelopment Plan, Bloomfield
Township of Bloomfield, Newwork, Value Research Group

Comprehensive Revitalization Strategy:
Broad Street Station and Living Downtown Redevelopment Plans, Newark
City of Newark, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Creative Affordable Housing and Neighborhood Preservation:
Fairview Village, Camden
Camden Redevelopment Agency, New Jersey Housing & Mortgage Finance Agency,
RPM Development

Main Street Redevelopment:
The Avenue Development and the Marketplace at Eden, South Orange
Eden Gourmet, Township of South Orange Village, Sterling Properties

Participatory Neighborhood Plan:
North Camden Neighborhood Plan, Camden
Camden Lutheran Housing Inc., Cooper’s Ferry Development Association, Save Our Waterfront

Community-University Partnership:
Rowan Boulevard, Glassboro
Borough of Glassboro, Rowan University, SORA Holdings
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