RECOGNITION + AWARDS

Greenberg Gibbons’ award-winning projects and expert team members have received both national and regional attention for a wide variety of reasons, from deal-making to environmental innovation.

  • 2017 “Real Estate Inc. Award” recognition from The Baltimore Business Journal, for the development of Foundry Row, the renovation of the Shops at Kenilworth, the acquisition of Resisterstown Shopping Center and the Avalon Hunt Valley apartment complex at Hunt Valley Towne Centre
  • 2016 “Real Estate Inc. Award” recognition from The Baltimore Business Journal, for LifeBridge Health’s lease at Foundry Row
  • 2015 “Influential Marylanders” award from The Daily Record to Brian Gibbons and Erwin Greenberg
  • 2014 “People Who Make a Difference,” award from What’s Up Annapolis, for Brian Gibbons’ and Erwin Greenberg’s community involvement
  • 2013 “Person to Watch” award to Brian Gibbons from Baltimore Business Journal
  • 2013 “Distinguished Citizen Award” to Brian Gibbons from Boy Scouts of America’s Baltimore Area Council
  • 2012 “Merit Award” from the American Society of Landscape Architects’ Potomac/Maryland Chapter, for Hunt Valley Towne Centre
  • 2011 “Best Real Estate Deals of the Year Award” from the Baltimore Business Journal, for Foundry Row
  • 2011 “Economic Development Redevelopment Project Award” from the Maryland Economic Development Association, for Annapolis Towne Centre, with the Anne Arundel Economic Development Council
  • 2010 “WaveMaker Award” for unique, innovative and visionary development from the Urban Land Institute, for Annapolis Towne Centre
  • 2010 “Project of the Year Award” from the Land Development Council of the Homebuilders Association of Maryland, for Annapolis Towne Centre
  • 2009 “Phoenix Award” for excellence in brownfield remediation from the Pheonix Awards Institute, for Annapolis Towne Centre
  • 2009 “Heavy Hitters Award” for redevelopment from the Baltimore Business Journal, for Annapolis Towne Centre