On June 22, 2022, CoreNet Global’s NYC Chapter hosted its Annual Corporate Real Estate Awards for Excellence Ceremony. This year, the Chapter Awards Committee received the largest number of award nominations to date.
“Core Net is the leading association in the Corporate Real Estate Industry. New York City is at the forefront of the industry and is a target location for top professional talent where we have cultivated a strong connection to all areas of the corporate real estate ecosystem” said Suzanne Carlson, Principal of NBBJ and Chair of the Special Events Chapter Awards Committee.
To recognize outstanding contributions from New York City representatives of excellence, CoreNet NYC’s Awards Program awarded teams and individuals across multiple categories. Lisa Speltz of Angelo, Gordon & Co was awarded the Corporate Real Estate Executive of the Year Award. The Service Provider of the Year Award was given to Ellen Herman of JLL. Chelsea Flaim of CBRE took home the Young Leader of the Year Award.
The 2022 Project of the Year Award for under 25,000 sq feet went to DNB for their work in integrating advanced technology in a comfortable, people-centered environment. The Project of the Year Award for 25,000 to 100,00 square feet went to Ducera Partners for their work in enhancing the lighting of the client’s 360-degree view to create a bright and warm atmosphere. The recipient of the Project of the Year Award between 100,000 and 200,000 square feet was Yext Headquarters, where they were aided by IA Interior Architects in designing the global expansion of their workplace portfolio.
MasterCard NYC Tech Hub was the recipient of the project award between 200,000 and 300,000 square feet, based on the masterful design of a new 11-story renovation of the NYC headquarters featuring a high-tech, inclusive and forward-looking experience. Google’s work with Pier 57 won them the Project of the Year 300,000 square foot category, as they worked to carefully retain the pier’s historic elements while capitalizing on waterfront views featuring natural light with an overall emphasis on sustainability.
“Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Chapter Awards who have produced some incredibly unique and innovative spaces for their clients, in addition to the outstanding nominees,” said Tommy O’Halloran, Chair of the New York City Chapter of CoreNet. “I also want to thank the Special Events Committee for their hard work in organizing the 2022 CoreNet Global NYC Chapter Awards.”
Recipients for Service Provider, CRE and Young Leader of the Year Winners will be submitted as nominees to the CoreNet Global Awards program. Upcoming events include The CoreNet NYC Golf Outing on July 18th, 2022, and CoreNet Global’s Summit and Awards Program
The mission of the New York City Chapter is to connect groups of professionals, end-users, and service providers to advance knowledge, promote personal excellence and add value to each individual and their respective enterprises. Our chapter accomplishes our mission by facilitatingand sponsoring a variety of diversified programs providing its members with educational and networking opportunities.