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Nine nominations for 88 Scott in the 2013 BILD Awards
Vancouver, BC – Concert is extremely proud to announce that the company’s 88 Scott development has received nine nominations in the 2013 BILD (Building Industry and Land Development) Awards.
88 Scott, the company’s 58-storey tower in the heart of downtown Toronto was nominated for Project of the Year, Best High-Rise Building Design, Best Suite Design - Under 750 sq. ft. and Best Places to Grow Community of the Year. The sales and marketing efforts for 88 Scott were also recognized with nominations for Best High-Rise Sales Office, Best Model Suite, Best Project Rendering, Best Project Logo and Best Social Media Campaign.
“It is a tremendous honour to be the recipient of so many nominations from such a well-regarded awards program,” said Brian McCauley, Concert’s President & COO. “Everyone at Concert is extremely proud of 88 Scott – it represents the largest single mixed-use building the company has ever undertaken, a dynamic addition to the City of Toronto’s ever-evolving skyline and a sales success story.”
Now in its 33rd year, the BILD Awards are presented by the Building Industry and Land Development Association (formed through the merger of the Greater Toronto Home Builders' Association and Urban Development Institute/Ontario) to recognize the builders, designers and sales and marketing professionals that bring developments to life in the Greater Toronto Area. The winners will be announced at a gala reception on Friday, April 26, 2013 at the Paramount Conference & Event Venue.
With operations in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario, Concert is an award-winning diversified real estate enterprise with expertise in developing rental, condominium and seniors housing; developing and acquiring commercial, industrial and infrastructure properties; and property management. www.ConcertProperties.com
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