AIA Regional and Urban Design Awards 2024

The 2024 Regional & Urban Design program recognizes the best in urban design, regional and city planning, and community development. The best planning accounts for the entire built environment, local culture, and available resources—modeling architecture’s promise and true value to communities.

Jury, AIA Awards – Regional and Urban Design Awards 2024

Neil Kittredge, AIA, Chair, Beyer Blinder Belle, New York.

Mide Akinsade, AIA, Perkins & Will, Houston

Kim Reddin, AIA, FLAD, Madison, Wis.

Sheba Ross, HKS Architects, Atlanta

Vince Tam, AIA, HNTB, Dallas

41st and 43rd street pedestrian bridges
Photo: James Steinkamp Photography

41st and 43rd Street Pedestrian Bridges, Chicago

Architect: Cordogan Clark & Associates

The award-winning regional and urban design for 41st and 43rd Street Pedestrian Bridges, Chicago, provides a unique and memorable experience for their users.


Music Lane
Photo: Peter Molick

Music Lane

Architect: Lake|Flato Architects

The award-winning regional and urban design for Music Lane, in the heart of Austin, focuses on extending the pedestrian experience along South Congress deep into the site, which includes new mixed-use and creative office spaces featuring a diverse range of retail, dining, entertainment, and fitness options.


Boulevard of the Arts
Photo: Dylan Jon Wade Cox

Rosemary Square

Architect: Solstice Planning and Architecture

The award-winning regional and urban design for Rosemary Square, transformed an abandoned community garden into the living room for the neighborhood, finally bringing arts to Boulevard of the Arts.


northeast ariel
Photo: Marvel Architects, Landscape Architects, Urban Designers, PLLC

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Gardens CPSD

Architect: Marvel Architects, Landscape Architects, Urban Designers, PLLC

The award-winning regional and urban design for Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Gardens CPSD, reimagined Chapel Road to serve as a pedestrian-friendly town center with a centralized visitor center and café.


The wharf
Photo: Sarah Mechling-Perkins Eastman

The Wharf

Architect: Perkins Eastman

The award-winning regional and urban design for the Wharf, focused on connecting the city to the waterfront.

For more information on each of this year’s AIA Regional and Urban Design Awards, click on this link.