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Finalists Announced for Annual Gold Key Awards

Hotel Ketchum, Ketchum, Idaho

CINCINNATI—Finalists have been announced for Hospitality Media Group’s 38th annual Gold Key Awards for Excellence in Hospitality Design, the industry’s oldest and most prestigious awards program, sponsored by Boutique Design magazine.

Winners in 21 categories will be announced at the Gold Key Awards Gala, to be held November 12 at Gotham Hall in Midtown Manhattan. Sundukovy Sisters, Moscow, the Designer of the Year will also be honored. The gala is presented in conjunction with the Boutique Design New York (BDNY) trade fair and conference, November 11 to 12, at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Both finalists and winners will be profiled in the December issue of Boutique Design.

The Gold Key Awards program recognizes the most influential and innovative design work in the hospitality industry. To be eligible, new construction, conversion or renovation work must have been completed between July 1, 2017 and July 1, 2018. Finalists and winners are determined by a jury of industry leaders from the design, operations, development and investment sectors of hospitality.

Finalists in the Best Eco-Conscious or Socially-Conscious Hotel category include:

Design Firm: Perkins + Will, Boston; Architect: ID8 Architects, Des Moines, Iowa;
Project: Hotel Grinnell, Grinnell, Iowa
Clients: Grinnell Center LLC, Grinnell, Iowa (owner); Hotel Grinnell, Grinnell, Iowa (operator)
Purchasing Company: Catalyst Development, Grinnell, Iowa

Design Firm: Meyer Davis, New York; Architect: Mancini Duffy, New York;
Project: The Assemblage John Street, New York
Clients: Prodigy Network and Shorewood Real Estate Group (joint venture owners); Kokua Hospitality, San Francisco, California (operator)
Purchasing Company: The Carroll Adams Group, Long Island City, New York

Design Firm: Studio 11 Design, Dallas, Texas; Architect: Michael Doty Associates, Ketchum, Idaho
Project: Hotel Ketchum, Ketchum, Idaho
Client: HayMax Capital, Aspen, Colorado (owner); HayMax Hotels, Aspen, Colorado (operator)
Purchasing Company: Summa Intl., Kailua, Hawaii