Published October 21, 2003
Volume 11, Number 10

East Bay Business Times 2003 Structures Awards Coming to Hacienda

Each fall, the East Bay Business Times recognizes the East Bay’s commercial and residential real estate leaders in its annual Structures publication. These awards, along with the accompanying ceremony and publication, are a highlight of the year for the real estate industry. This year’s event will be co-hosted by CarrAmerica Realty Corporation, Hacienda Business Park, and Colliers International. The publication has modified the award categories to reflect the times, creating new opportunities for earning recognition, including awards for residential real estate agents and firms.  Award winners will also be recognized in a special supplement to the East Bay Business Times on Nov. 7.

“Here is what’s going on right in the East Bay in terms of development and architecture,” says Michael Hytha, editor of the East Bay Business Times. “We are really trying to bring attention to people who are out there building things and to say ‘That was a job well-done.’ What gets built here is important to both the business community and the community overall. The idea is to encourage those who do a good job to inspire more of the same.”

Categories for recognition include Commercial development of the year, Contractor of the year, Commercial brokerage firm of the year, Commercial broker of the year (individual), Lease of the year, Sale of the year (land or building), Best architectural design, Best reuse/redevelopment project, Executive residential development of the year, Residential real estate agency of the year, Residential real estate agent of the year, and Residential development of the year. Nominees must be located in Alameda, Contra Costa, or Solano counties.

The reception will begin at 4:00 p.m. and the awards program will get underway at 5:00 p.m. Seating is limited and the event is expected to sell-out. Early reservations are required. Tickets are $40 for subscribers to the East Bay Business Times and $50 for non-subscribers. To make reservations call Mary Ann Coskery at 925-598-1418.


Also in this issue ...