Real Estate - Commercial

New Shopping Center, Ruth's Chris, Cold Storage Among Finalists For Real Estate Awards

By Staff Reports, posted Dec 15, 2022
Cape Fear CREW has announced the finalists for its 5th annual real estate Awards of Excellence. (Photo courtesy of Cape Fear CREW)
The Cape Fear chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) recently announced the finalists and achievement award winners for the organization's 5th annual Awards of Excellence.

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

This year's finalists in the Cape Fear CREW program are:

Dealmaker Award
  • Cape Fear Commercial – The Murchison Building
  • Purchase & Leaseback of Wilmington, NC’s First Pharma Cold Storage
  • Soda Pop Transaction
Economic & Community Enhancement Award
  • International Commerce Center I
  • Sampson County 911 & Emergency Logistics Center
  • RL Cold at Pender Commerce Park
Best Design Award
  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House at River Place
  • Aloft Wilmington at Coastline Center
  • The Davis Community Center
Career Advancement for Women Award
  • Julie Andrews
  • College Access Team at GLOW Academy
  • Tracy Newkirk
Best Development Award
  • The Crossroads at Independence
  • King Neptune
  • The Cargo District

The Cape Fear CREW Board of Directors also named the winners of individual achievement awards:

Impact Award Winner
  • Monteith Construction

Beth Quinn Excellence Award Winner
  • Connie Ronner

The event will be held early next year, at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, at the Wilmington Convention Center. Individual tickets will be available in January, the release stated. 

Cape Fear CREW has more than 90 members from a wide array of commercial real estate interests and its mission is "to advance the success of women in commercial real estate," according to the release.
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