The company earned the award for best charitable project due to fundraising efforts by Heath Melton, the company’s executive vice president of master-planned communities. Melton raised $600,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, the most in the nation, according to a press release.
The development company also won the best brochure award for its master-planned community, Bridgeland.
Ultimately, Howard Hughes, Bridgeland and the Woodlands Hills were finalists in 14 categories.
“The Howard Hughes name is synonymous with innovation, creativity, and excellence, and the PRISM Awards earned at the GHBA gala are a reminder of how we are impacting the lives of our residents every day throughout all of our communities,” said Jim Carman, president of the Houston region for Howard Hughes Corp. “We are proud of our entire team of dedicated people that represent the company with professionalism, determination and grace.”
The PRISM Awards honorees are selected by a panel of industry experts from around the nation.