On July 30, the Canadian Home Buildersâ€™ Association (CHBA) â€“ Alberta announced the list of finalists for the CHBA Alberta Awards of Excellence in Housing.
Online PR News – 07-August-2013 – Edmonton, Alberta – As a testament to the incredible amount of talent among builders across the province, the CHBA â€“ Alberta received a record breaking 412 submissions this year. Rohit Communities is proud to have placed among the provinceâ€™s best of the best with a finalist nod for Multi-family Apartment Over $325,000 for the Duke in the Essex at Callaghan Ravines. The Duke also took home a local win at the CHBA- Edmontonâ€™s Awards of Excellence this past March.
Judging for each design category was based on curb appeal, kitchen, great room, ensuite and any other special features and creative use of space that the home builder could showcase.
â€śThe competition for the Alberta Awards of Excellence gets tighter and tighter each year, and we are thrilled and honoured to be nominated alongside so many industry leaders,â€ť said Linh Pham, Senior Marketing Coordinator for Rohit Communities, â€śThe province should be very proud of such a strong showing from an amazing list of finalists.â€ť
Rohit Communities is now in the midst of building a similar project just a stoneâ€™s throw away from Callaghan Ravines. The new Vantage at Callaghan North Apartment Condominium project offers one and two bedroom apartments, offering something for everyone.
The annual award will be announced this fall in Jasper at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, as part of the BUILD 2013 CHBA Alberta Conference. Stay tuned!
About Rohit Communities:
Rohit Communities, a division of the Edmonton-based Rohit Group of Companies, is an award winning developer and builder of new homes in Edmonton offering new condos, townhomes, duplexes and single family homes for sale. It also offers new homes in Fort McMurray and luxury condos for sale in Kelowna. Rohit Communitiesâ€™ newest addition to the group is Copper Point Resort, a luxury condominium resort in Invermere, British Columbia.