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NJAA Garden State Awards Nomination Portal

Our Annual Garden State Awards Dinner Will Be Held On

Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Hyatt Regency, New Brunswick, NJ
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Welcome to the NJAA Garden State Awards Nomination Portal

Each year, the NJAA recognizes the accomplishments of its members at an awards dinner attracting over 700 industry professionals. Nominations for our annual awards program is now open! We encourage you to submit nominations highlighting your best team members, exceptional properties, and your company’s achievements. There is no limit to the number of individuals, properties, or vendor companies you can nominate. Once all nominations are received, they will be screened by our panel of expert judges.
Deadline for submission of nominations is June 28, 2019
Please accept the terms and conditions below to proceed to the nominations section of our website.
Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions

  • All individual, property, and company nominees must be NJAA members in good standing.
  • All nominations must be completed and submitted by the deadline. Please note, any applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
  • All nominations must be paid for by the designated time period or nominations will not be considered.
  • Site visits or individual interviews will be conducted between the middle of July and the end of August. Please be responsive to your assigned judge to schedule a meeting. Should you not respond to your scheduling request after repeated attempts, you will be disqualified.
  • If you are submitting a nomination for a property, we ask that you please honestly rate your properties. Please note that this information is for internal purposes only. Property class will not be announced at the reception. Properties that are not properly rated will be disqualified. To assist you with rating your property, you may use the following as a guide:
    • Class A: Generally newer properties built within the last 15 years with top amenities and higher rents. Class A buildings are well located in the market and are typically professionally managed.
    • Class B: These properties are generally older than Class A and tend to have lower rents than Class A properties. These buildings are well maintained but the exterior and interior amenity package is typically less than what is offered by Class A properties.
    • Class C: These properties are typically more than 20 years old and the property is generally in need of renovation. Class C buildings tend to have the lowest rental rates in the market.