2010 UDI Awards a testament to Concert’s commitment to excellence

November 25, 2010

Concert is proud to have been called to the stage three times last night to accept awards at the 2010 UDI Awards for Excellence

Vancouver, BC, Canada – Concert is proud to have been called to the stage three times last night to accept awards at the 2010 UDI (Urban Development Institute - Pacific Region) Awards for Excellence.

Concert’s six storey development in Victoria, Chelsea, won the coveted Best Mid Rise Residential award as well as Best of Vancouver Island award. In addition, Concert's redevelopment of The Robert Lee YMCA in downtown Vancouver took home the award for Best Outside the Box development.

“To achieve this kind of recognition from the industry and by our peers is a tremendous honour," said Brian McCauley, President, Concert Properties Ltd. “It would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of the exceptional team we have built here at Concert.”

Every two years the Urban Development Institute's Awards for Excellence honour projects representing superior forms of development. The winners were announced at a gala reception on November 24, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Vancouver.

About Concert
Concert is an award-winning diversified real estate enterprise involved in developing rental and condominium homes, seniors living communities, resort developments, as well as acquiring and developing infrastructure, commercial and industrial properties in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.


For media inquiries contact:
Julie Pilcher
Telephone: 604.602.3713
Email: JPilcher@ConcertProperties.com

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