The interviews for Tribute Awards moved very quickly during the months of January and February. Finalists had the opportunity to share their stories with colleagues after their judging panels in a taped video with the AMA team to highlight their work and Tributes experience. These videos are available online.
For weeks, the AMA Tribute Award judges meet with hundreds of finalists to learn more about how these professionals are raising the bar in their communities through their work on property, with prospects and with residents. It can be a study in best practices and in leadership. The judges learn more about how people are building strong teams and delivering financial results for their companies.
The Tribute Awards honor the work of individuals and of teams, in the Valley and around ArizonaIt also recognizes the work of those closest to the residents served, professionals on the housekeeping and maintenance teams. Categories to thank the industry’s top partners and volunteers include many familiar names who dedicate their time to helping build the apartment sector and invest back into the nonprofit community to support families in need around the state. These partners stand as leaders for the future of the industry.
The Developer’s Awards include categories for Garden Style communities and Mid/Low-Rise developments. Affordable and renovated communities have their own categories. These properties model the best in planning and livability. For the development categories, the judges make personal visits to the properties to see what makes them unique and successful in the marketplace.
This prestigious awards program brings together leading companies in the multifamily sector for a large-scale celebration in May. More than 1,200 professionals attend the annual gala where teams can enjoy their status as honorees and finalists.
TRIBUTE AWARD FINALISTS
DEVELOPER’S AWARD BEST COMMUNITY DESIGN – MID/LOW RISE
- Crescent Highland, Alliance Residential Company
- Optima Kierland, Optima Realty
- The TomScot, Greystar