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WASHINGTON (July 11, 2022) — The Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Terwilliger Center for Housing has selected government bodies in Hamilton County, Ohio, San Diego, and the Washington metropolitan area as finalists for the 2022 ULI Robert C. Larson Housing Policy Leadership Award.
The award was created in 2011 to honor the legacy of the late Robert C. Larson, a former ULI Foundation chairman and longtime ULI trustee. The Larson Awards are part of the ULI Terwilliger Center’s housing awards program and recognize exemplary state and local programs and policies that support the production, rehabilitation, and preservation of workforce and affordable housing. The winner will be announced in October at a reception during ULI’s Fall Meeting in Dallas.
“ULI is proud to recognize public initiatives across the country providing innovative solutions for increasing access to attainable housing,” said Christopher Ptomey, executive director, ULI Terwilliger Center for Housing. “We congratulate this year’s finalists, whose projects are models that cities everywhere should consider adapting for their own communities.”
The finalists are:
The jury is chaired by Ron Terwilliger, founder of the ULI Terwilliger Center and chairman of Terwilliger Pappas Multifamily Partners.
Other jury members are Paul Bernard, president and CEO, Arlington Housing Corporation Inc., Arlington, Va.; Rodger Brown, managing director of real estate development, Preservation of Affordable Housing, Boston; Payton Chung, managing partner, Westover Green, Washington; Tamara Dudukovich, principal, Avenue Ventures LLC, Pittsburgh; Alan George, executive vice president (retired), Equity Residential, Chicago; Dara Kovel, president, Beacon Communities, Boston; Mark Richardson, chief technology officer, Rich Analytics, Toronto; Jaydan Tait, president and CEO, Attainable Homes Calgary, Calgary, Alberta; Emily Thompson, partner, GMD Development, Seattle; Dawnita Wilson, vice president, head of diversity and inclusion, JBG Smith, Bethesda, Md.; Margaret Wylde, CEO, ProMatura Group, Oxford, Miss.; and Bob Youngentob, executive chairman and co-founder, EYA LLC, Bethesda, Md.
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