Five students from the College of Built Environments, including two of our own MSRE students, competed in the 14th Annual Urban Land Institute Hines Competition. Genevieve Hale-Case (MUP/MSRE), Tak Stewart (MSRE), Domenico Martinucci (MUP), Matthew Donoghue (MUP), and Stevie t(MArch/MLA) competed against schools from across the country and earned an honorable mention for their proposal, “The Edge: Turning Constraints into Opportunities.”
This year’s site was an area in Atlanta’s Midtown neighborhood. The Hines Competition asked teams to create a design and development proposal for parts of an existing, large-scale site in an urban area. Read the team’s narrative summary here. We are very proud of the students’ effort and all the hard work they put into this year’s competition.
For more information on the 2016 ULI Hines Competition read the press release.