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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.
Bonita Isles by Minto Communities USA is far ahead of their anticipated schedule for the sell out of their new Bonita Springs community. Bonita Isles has been a major draw for homebuyers looking for a conveniently located resort-style community and luxury home at a competitive price. The Salerno model at Bonita Isles received a plethora of awards.
More than 500 people attended the grand opening of four new villa models in The Isles of Collier Preserve by Minto Communities USA in early February. Guests also took guided electric boat tours of the Cypress Waterway, walked the community’s nature trails and toured its 7,330-square-foot sales center with a re-created cypress wetland.
Minto Communities USA's The Isles of Collier Preserve grand opening event to unveil four new luxury villa models was attended by more than 500. Visitors also took guided electric boat tours of the Cypress Waterway, nature trail tours and tours of the 7,330-squarefoot Discovery Sales Center with its recreated natural cypress wetland.
A Stittsville resident won Minto Communities Canada's community naming competition after seeing a billboard while driving. The community is named "Potter's Key," after a lady who used to live in the community, and was a friend of the woman's family. A first for the home builder, the contest received over 350 entries, of which 194 were unique.
For Minto Communities Canada, what happens in Vegas certainly doesn’t stay in Vegas. The company has been proudly boasting about the 19 awards it won last month at the National Association of Home Builders 2015 National Sales and Marketing Awards in Las Vegas, the event’s 35th year. Minto took home three gold and 16 silver awards.
Minto Communities Canada's new Stittsville development will be called “Potter’s Key”, named after Ethel May Potter who owned the lot at 209 Carp Road almost 60 years ago. The name was suggested by a long-time Stittsville resident. When she found out about Minto’s contest to name the development, she says she instantly knew what it should be called.
Minto Communities Canada's new Stittsville community will be named ‘Potter’s Key’ after resident Debbie Eastop entered the name into their contest. With over 194 submissions to the contest, choosing the right name was no easy task but the story behind ‘Potter’s Key’ struck a chord with Minto and seemed a perfect fit for the new community.