The Utah Chapter of CCIM has honored more than 40 finalists in 16 award categories and recognized six new and redeveloped projects at its 2020 Excellence Awards event.

The annual awards program honored professionals in Utah’s commercial real estate industry who exemplify the highest degree of business excellence, as well as highlighted some of the year’s most notable projects and transactions.

Recipients for the top sale and lease transactions of the year were awarded in each commercial property type, as were the top producers for each property type. The top developments of the year and annual Hall of Fame award were also given. This year’s Hall of Fame recipient is Vasilios Priskos (awarded posthumously), who founded InterNet Properties and was an ambassador for downtown Salt Lake City.

Other honorees are:

Architectural Firm of Year: FFKR.

Architectural Project of the Year: Blue Sky, AJC Architects.

General Contractor of the Year: Layton Construction.

General Contractor Project of the Year: Utah Valley Hospital, Jacobsen Construction.

Community Lender of the Year (under $75 million): Scott Nebeker, Zions Real Estate Banking Group.

Commercial Mortgage Broker of the Year: Johnny Clawson, The Clawson Group.

Commercial Lender of the Year (over $75 million): Tim Raccuia, Zions Bank Real Estate Banking.

Private Money Lender of the Year: Heston Nielson, Keystone National Group.

Industrial Broker of the Year: Tom Dischmann, CBRE.

Investment Broker of the Year: Kip Paul, Cushman & Wakefield.

Multifamily Broker of the Year: Eli Mills, CBRE.

Office Broker of the Year: Brandon Fugal, Colliers International Partners.

Retail Broker of the Year: Christopher W. Hatch, Legend.

Specialty Broker of the Year: Mary Street, Colliers International.

Rookie Broker of the Year: Jorgi Paul, Cushman & Wakefield.

Price CCIM Scholarship Winners: Esteban Nunez, Amy Garcia, Julie Hull, Cassie Rodebush and Victoria Attwood (funded jointly by Price Real Estate and the Utah CCIM Chapter and awarded to students at the University of Utah).

Top Transactions of the Year are:

Top Industrial Lease of the Year: RA Building D, Henkel US Operations (Luke Burbank and Kyle Roberts of Newmark Knight Grubb Frank representing the tenant).

Top Industrial Sale of the Year: White Mountain Business District 1-6 (Jeff Richards, Tom Dischmann, Matt McAfee and Chris Liddell of CBRE representing the seller).

Top Retail Lease of the Year: EoS Fitness, Bountiful (Christopher Hatch and Joe Mills of Legend Partners representing the tenant; Rob Moore, Tyson Moore and Dan Moore of Colliers International representing the landlord).

Top Retail Sale of the Year: Parkway Village Shopping Center (Kip Paul and Jorgi Paul of Cushman & Wakefield, John Owens and Jonathan Owens of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, and Spencer Croshaw and Cameron Simonsen of Colliers International representing the owner).

Top Multifamily Sale of the Year: The Zeller (Eli Mills and Patrick Bodnar of CBRE representing the seller).

Top Office Lease of the Year: Divvy Pay Inc. (Trigger Reital and Jeff Rossi from Cushman & Wakefield representing the tenant; Brandon Fugal and Jordan Wall of Colliers International representing the landlord).

Top Office Sale of the Year: Vista Station 1&2 (Eli Mills and Patrick Bodnar of CBRE representing the seller).

Top Investment Sale of the Year: 4th West Apartments (Eli Mills and Patrick Bodnar of CBRE representing the seller).

Top Specialty Sale Transaction of the Year: Gale Street Land (Kip Paul and Jorgi Paul from Cushman & Wakefield representing the seller; Jake Copinga of InterNet Properties representing the buyer).

Development Winners: Mt. View Village, Center Cal Partners; UofU Health, Sugar House, Westport Capital; HooDoo Hotel Moab, Western States; The Ritz Classic Apartments, Weidner; Blue Sky Ranch, Phillips Edison Co.; and Mountain West Office Building, Price Real Estate.

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