KTGY-Designed Communities Receive Honors for Best Architectural Design at the 45th Annual San Francisco Bay Area MAME Awards

OAKLAND, CA – KTGY, a leading full-service architectural, branding, interior and planning firm focused on residential, commercial, hospitality and mixed-use developments, today announced that the Bay Area Building Industry Association has recognized KTGY-designed residential communities and residences in the prestigious 45th Annual MAME Awards competition presented by the Sales & Marketing Council.

The awards honor the industry’s most outstanding construction, sales, marketing and commerce professionals who have distinguished themselves by working hard to give their best every day for the betterment of the industry. . The winners were announced from the list of finalists on April 22, 2022. KTGY’s winning designs were:

Cities in UrbanOak
Location: San Jose, California
Manufacturer: Pulte Group
Architect: KTGY
Award: Best Architectural Design – Multi-Family Community
Awards: Best Architectural Design Attached House – Over 2,000 sqm. ft. (for Diet 4)

Located near public transportation in a suburban center adjacent to the Blossom Hill Caltrain station, Santa Teresa VTA station, and major highways, The Towns at UrbanOak blends into the surrounding diverse commercial and residential district. The designers achieved a diverse range of residential types for sale in a 32-acre transit village while creating a variety of price points. Four-story interlocking townhouse condominiums allow for higher density on a smaller footprint, creating opportunities for home ownership in a new community and lower prices, which are accessible to young professionals and to families. Open floor plans feature large rooms designed to maximize living space and accommodate residents’ lifestyles.

Plan 4 is the largest the community has to offer, featuring an open-concept design with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and plenty of storage throughout. The well-appointed meeting room, kitchen and elongated deck ideal for outdoor grilling offer plenty of space for entertaining.

Apex at Lawrence Station
Location: Santa Clara, California
Manufacturer: Toll Brothers
Architect: KTGY
Interior Designer: Ryan Young Interiors
Award: Best Amenity Space – Multi-Family Community Sale/Rent

Located minutes from Lawrence Caltrain Station and Highways 101 and 237 in Santa Clara, Apex at Lawrence Station offers an unparalleled living experience within this luxury resort-style multi-family residential community with exclusive access to a third floor pool, spa, fitness center, BBQ areas, club room with kitchen preparation and a common roof terrace. These 126 homes will have direct access to additional master plan amenities, including over 24,000 square feet of retail space, an outdoor theater, basketball/sports court, picnic tables, charging for electric vehicles and outdoor parks. Finalist Recognition:

Apex at Lawrence Station
Location: Santa Clara, California
Manufacturer: Toll Brothers
Architect: KTGY
Interior Designer: Ryan Young Interiors
Finalist Award: Attaché Community of the Year
Finalist Award: Best Architectural Design of a Multi-Family Community

Bay37
Location: Alameda, California
Manufacturer: Pulte Group
Architect: KTGY (Compass and Landing) | WHA (breeze and gazebo)
Finalist Award: Hybrid Community of the Year
Finalist Award: Best Architectural Series (Plan Collection)

333 Marmone Drive
Location: Menlo Park, California
Builder: Thomas James Homes
Architect: KTGY
Finalist Award: Best Architectural Design Detached Home – Less than 2,400 square feet. ft.

Compass to Bay37 – Map 3
Location: Alameda, California
Manufacturer: Pulte Group
Architect: KTGY
Finalist Award: Best Architectural Design Attached House – Less than 2,000 square feet. ft.

Broadway at Boulevard – Residence 4
Location: Dublin, California
Builder: Brookfield Residential
Architect: KTGY
Finalist Award: Best Architectural Design Attached House – Over 2,000 square feet. ft.

Prado Apartments
Location: Santa Clara, California
Builder: SummerHill Apartments
Architect: KTGY
Interior Designer: Ryan Young Interiors
Finalist Award: Amenity Space of a Multi-Family Community

About BIA | Bay Area:
The Building Industry Association of the Bay Area is a non-profit association that advocates locally, regionally and nationally for an adequate supply of quality housing for people of all income levels. BIA’s more than 400 members are homebuilders, trade contractors, suppliers and residential development industry professionals. BIABA Division Map Within the organization, BIA connects the individual member to the wider industry through information, education and technical services and facilitates networking opportunities at targeted meetings and special events. BIA also brings together specialized industry boards and committees that address issues from the unique perspective of its members. Based in the UFCW building in Concord, BIA|Bay Area’s team of eight staff and consultants is governed by a 28-member Board of Directors. BIA invites anyone who provides products or services related to the residential construction industry to join the association. He proudly represents the following 14 counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and Sonoma. To see www.biabayarea.org

About KTG: Founded in 1991 and celebrating 30 years of creating award-winning communities, KTGY is a full-service architecture, branding, interiors and planning firm specializing in residential, retail, hospitality and mixed use. Our company and our work is guided by a continued focus on innovation, creativity, collaboration and a deep responsibility we feel towards improving communities and neighborhoods. ​Our architects, designers and planners combine global opportunity, leading sustainable practices and impeccable design standards to create memorable destinations of lasting value. To visit www.ktgy.com

Isabel M. Bourgeois