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Finalists Announced For Commercial Real Estate Awards

By Staff Reports, posted Jan 21, 2022
The Wilmington Trade Center is a finalist for the Best Development Award in the Cape Fear CREW Awards of Excellence program. (File photo)
The organization behind an annual real estate industry awards program in Wilmington has announced this year’s finalists.

Cape Fear CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) is scheduled to host its fourth Awards of Excellence event in-person at 11 a.m. Feb. 24 at the Wilmington Convention Center.

“The awards, which focus on the rapidly growing Cape Fear Region commercial real estate sector, recognize excellence and leadership in commercial real estate,” a Cape Fear CREW news release stated. 

The finalists are:

Dealmaker Award
Live Oak Bank Pavilion
PaperFoam - Wilmington Trade Center
three10 Restaurant 

Economic & Community Enhancement Award
Common Desk - Wilmington
Riverfront Park
TRU Colors Brewery

Best Design Award
Alice Lawson Salon + Spa at Magnolia Farms
Oceanic Restaurant
The Venue at Wilmington Brewing Company

Career Advancement for Women Award
Sandy Spiers, Truist
Honey Head Films
NAWIC Cape Fear
 
Best Development Award
3902 Market Street, PBC Design + Build office
Wilmington Trade Center, industrial building
Arboretum West, mixed-use project
 
The Cape Fear Board of Directors has also named the winners of the individual achievement awards:

Impact Award Winner
North Carolina's Southeast
 
Beth Quinn Excellence Award Winner
Jenny Mizelle, retired economic developer 

According to the release, all Cape Fear CREW in-person events will be governed by the latest COVID-19 venue guidelines. Individual tickets will be made available the first week of February. More information is available online.
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