We can praise and critique B.C.'s buildings as well as the next untrained set of eyes, but what do the professionals think?
The 2014 Urban Development Institute Awards, which honour the province's best developments as chosen by those in the industry, were announced at a gala on Wednesday night.
Winners were judged on innovative design, marketing success, sustainable building and landscape design, integration with transit, and community context in categories such as Best Heritage and Best Urban Infill.
“The UDI Awards are the premier form of peer recognition for B.C.’s real estate development industry,” Anne McMullin, President and CEO of the institute, said in a news release. “This year’s record number of exceptional submissions had the jury deliberating at length to identify the top achievers for each category.”
See the winners: