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A Montreal Canadiens-themed condo project is going up next to the Bell Centre in downtown Montreal. Further, Ottawa is reviving its CFL franchise, the RedBlacks, with the help of a new condo project being built by Minto Communities Canada. The condo tower lured buyers with suites looking out over the end zone of the new TD Place stadium.
Minto Communities USA recently opened a model court at The Isles of Collier Preserve. Minto offers 43 home designs in the community. Eleven fully-furnished single-family home and villa models are showcased in the model court. They include seven single-family home models and four one-story villa models from Minto’s new classic coastal home collections.
EnerQuality says energy-efficient adoption has reached 32% of Ontario homes, thanks to builders who believe in it and to buyers who ask for it in their new home. EQ Awards honoured Minto Communities Canada in two categories: Ontario Green Builder of the Year, and the Energy Star for New Homes Builder of the Year in the large volume category.
Westboro is becoming a condo hotspot and those looking for a home in this bustling community will be excited by Minto Communities Canada's new two bedroom floorplan in Upperwest, a 25 storey building in the heart of Westboro, which is now under construction. Upperwest offers breathtaking views of the Gatineau Hills and the Ottawa River Parkway.
Two men camped out by the sales office of Minto’s Queen’s Landing Development in Queensville to earn spots in line to buy a yet-to-be-constructed house. Luckily a representative from Minto Communities Canada told them they didn’t have to stay overnight and that as long as they returned by 7 am the next day, they would be first in line.
An industry leader in standardizing criteria for performance efficiency, EnerQuality launched in 2005 and has been on a firm growth trajectory ever since. Minto Communities Canada was recognized with three awards including Ontario Green Builder of the Year for its Longbranch master-planned community in Etobicoke.
By building sustainable homes and communities that are highly efficient and reduce their carbon footprint. Minto Communities Canada was recently named Ontario Green Builder of the Year at the EnerQuality Awards in February. Not only do they build a very efficient, comfortable home, they also reduce, reuse and recycle on the job site.
Put on by the Manatee-Sarasota Building Industry Association, the Parade of Homes has opened 93 model homes in the two-county area over three weeks. Homes entered into the event ranged in price from $199,000 to nearly $2.5 million. Minto Communities USA won in the 100 to 200-home category for its Harbor Isle development on Perico Island.
At Minto Communities Canada's latest mixed-use, high-rise development, condo dwellers who want more space to play or impress their guests won't have to choose between staying in their suite or paying for the many costs of a night out. By pushing an elevator button, residents can access indoor and outdoor attractions and activities.
Construction is progressing on Minto Communities USA's Festival community, a 200-acre luxury resort-style residential community near Walt Disney World. Five villa models are scheduled for completion in early April, with plans for 500 two-story luxury vacation villas. The two-story villas range from 1,605 to 2,232 square feet.