2015 Impact Award Winners
The Urban Land Institute has a strong national reputation for its awards in support of transformational land use developments, best real estate practices, and creative visioning. Award criteria go beyond good design, and also include leadership, contribution to the community, innovation, environmental sensitively, and financial viability. ULI award winners represent the highest standards of achievement in the real estate development industry.
Congratulations to all finalists!
ULI Austin presented the inaugural Vision Award to:
Founding Partner, CapRidge Partners
For over 20 years, Mr. Stacy has been instrumental in acquiring, managing and enhancing the value of Austin’s landmark properties. His keen sense for reading the market has enabled Mr. Stacy to successfully purchase, reposition and sell numerous assets throughout Texas. With a long-term track record of success, Mr. Stacy has achieved the role of a major player in the Central Texas real estate market place.
Originally from Levelland, Texas, Mr. Stacy earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree Texas Tech University. Mr. Stacy is a licensed Texas Real Estate Broker, a member of the Central Texas Commercial Association of Real Estate Professionals and the Urban Land Institute.
Competitive Award Category | Innovation
The Innovation award recognized originality and creativity in several aspects of development such as design, placemaking, supporting use of public transit, green techniques, financing (including public/private partnerships), innovative land use and/or community planning, or other inventive features.
Austin Community College, Highland Campus Redevelopment
Dell Children’s Center, South Tower
2000 E. 6th St.
Competitive Award Category | Influence
This award was be given to a project, policy, or program that created a positive impact beyond its immediate borders and/or catalyzes the development of the surrounding community, resulting in a lasting effect on the built environment.
Second Street District
DellSeton Medical Center at the University of Texas
Competitive Award Category | Public Places
The Public Places Award recognizes a project that provides the public with enhanced civic, open or public space access or experiences. Award candidates may be public sector, non-profit, public/private partnership or entirely private sector as long as the space itself is generally open to the public without charge.
The Boardwalk, Butler Hike and Bike Trail at Lady Bird Lake
The Domain Phase II, Pedestrian Renovation
Austin ISD Performing Arts Center