The Winners: Seattle Business Magazine's 2019 Skyline Awards

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This article appears in the September 2019 issue. See more about the winners of the 2019 Skyline Awards here. Click here for a free subscription.

Buildings are literally the landscape and skyline of our existence, and few regions have been remaking that landscape with such exuberance and fervor as ours. Seattle has 49 cranes across its skyline, tied for the most in the United States with Los Angeles, according to project management company Rider Levett Bucknall.

But buildings are more than four walls and a roof. How do they keep us comfortable and protected, and make effective use of the land and resources? How do they influence economic development? To recognize excellence in commercial real estate projects in the Puget Sound region, Seattle Business magazine has established a new awards program called the Skyline Awards. In the pages to come, you’ll be reading about office, hotel, industrial, multifamily, cultural and historic-preservation projects that have been groundbreaking, innovative, challenge-conquering and problem-solving.

Office

GOLD: F5 Tower
SILVER: 929 Office Tower

Hospitality

GOLD: Hyatt Regency Seattle
SILVER: Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Downtown Pioneer Square

Cultural

GOLD: National Nordic Museum
SILVER: Pacific Seas Aquarium, Center for Wooden Boats Wagner Education Center

Repositioning

GOLD: Maritime Building

Multi-family/High-rise

GOLD: Ascent South Lake Union
SILVER: Kiara

Multi-family/Low-mid Rise

GOLD: Yesler
SILVER: Sitka

Industrial

GOLD: Georgetown Crossroads

Interior Buildout

GOLD: The Collective Seattle
SILVER: 3305

Preservation

GOLD: State Hotel
SILVER: The Space Needle Century Project

Developer of the Year

Kevin Daniels

Judges for the 2019 Skyline Awards
Rob Aigner, senior vice president and regional manager, Harsch Investment Properties
Brett Earnest, vice president, Clark Construction
Beth Halvorsen, columnist, Seattle Business magazine
Lori Hill, senior vice president, investor management, Unico Properties
Steve Penn, president, management services, KG Investment Properties
Mike Ruhl, vice president, BioMed Realty
Karen Thomas, regional managing principal and co-managing director, Gensler

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