NAHB Seeks to Honor the Nation’s Best Apartments and Condos

NAHB Seeks to Honor the Nation’s Best Apartments and Condos

Online Application Process Now Open for 2014 Pillars of the Industry Awards Competition

WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 9, 2014 – (RealEstateRama) — The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) opened its call for entries for the 2014 NAHB Pillars of the Industry Awards competition. Multifamily owners and developers, property managers, architects, interior designers and multifamily industry professionals are invited to enter the competition.

The awards highlight excellence in apartment and condominium design and development, innovative financing strategies and superior property management and marketing. Since its inception in 1990, the Pillars Awards program has earned its reputation as the most prestigious awards program of its kind.

“Today’s apartments and condos represent the cutting edge of design and functionality,” said W. Dean Henry, CEO of Legacy Partners Residential in Foster City, Calif., and chairman of NAHB’s Multifamily Leadership Board. “As our population continues to concentrate in the urban centers, apartments and condos have stepped up their game, and we’ll see that in the submissions for the 2014 competition.”

All applications must be submitted online by June 23 at nahb.org/pillarsawards. Complete details, including eligibility requirements, categories and deadlines, are also available at that website. Both NAHB members and non-members are eligible to enter.

For more information, call NAHB’s Multifamily Council at 800-368-5242 x8130

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NAHB (National Association of Home Builders) is a trade association that helps promote the policies that make housing a national priority. Since 1942, NAHB has been serving its members, the housing industry, and the public at large.

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Ann Marie Moriarty
202-266-8350

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