Goodmon Honored for Impact on Downtown Durham Real Estate

Goodmon Honored for Impact on Downtown Durham Real Estate

Taby Cruden & Jim Goodmon
CBC’s Jim Goodmon accepts the TCREW Award from TCREW President Taby Cruden.

CBC President & CEO Jim Goodmon recently received top honors from the Triangle Commercial Real Estate Women (TCREW).  The organization presented Goodmon with its Impact Award at a ceremony on Thursday, April 26, 2007 at Prestonwood Country Club.

TCREW bestows the Impact Award on an individual who has made a significant contribution to, or has had a significant positive influence on, the Triangle’s commercial real estate industry.  Former winners include Willie York, Claude McKinney, Vernon Malone & last year’s recipient Greg Hatem.

Ardie Gregory & Jim Hefner
WRAL-FM’s Ardie Gregory (left) & WRAL-TV’s Jim Hefner attend the luncheon to honor their boss.
Impact Award
Goodmon’s Impact Award honors his work in Durham.
Dan McGrath & Paul Pope
Corp’s Dan McGrath (left) & ATC’s Paul Pope chat during the noon event.

TCREW cited Goodmon for being a successful leader and passionate about his work.

“He works hard to make his company and the community a better place,” reads the citation.  “The community contributed to his and his company’s success, and giving back is a high priority for Jim Goodmon.”

The 2007 Impact Award honored Goodmon for his influence on the landscape of downtown Durham.  “With the development or the American Tobacco project, downtown Durham has been given a new life and a new attitude.”

Jim Goodmon & Jan Sharp
Jim Goodmon (left) dines with his VP team, including Corp’s Jan Sharp.
Mike Hill & Jimmy Goodmon
Corp’s Mike Hill (left) joins NMG’s Jimmy Goodmon at the CBC table.
Pam Saulsby
WRAL-TV Anchor Pam Saulsby emcees the luncheon event.
Jim Hefner & Michael Goodmon
WRAL-TV’s Jim Hefner (left) sits alongside ATC’s Michael Goodmon.

Fifteen awards were presented at 9th Annual Champion Awards, with the Impact Award being the central award

WRAL-TV Anchor Pam Saulsby emceed the noon event.

More from the Award Citation:
“His [Jim Goodmon’s] vision for the Triangle and his accomplishments throughout the market have driven much economic benefit, particularly to the commercial real estate arena.  Examples include the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, Diamond View I, and the public private partnership in the redevelopment of the American Tobacco Historic District.  He is an inspirational leader in all aspects of his life and helps make the Triangle one of the top places to live and work.”

Established in 1996, Triangle CREW is part of the international CREW network.  One of  CREW’s primary objectives is to provide a communication network among women in the field of commercial real estate

CBC is no stranger to the TCREW Champion Awards.  Last year CBC won the award for Best Mixed Use Development for its work on American Tobacco in downtown Durham.  American Tobacco also won an award for Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart & Stewart of Atlanta.  They received the award for Most Creative Land Use for their work on the renovation project.

 

Comments are closed.