Colwood development teams win CARE awards

Gold and silver awards abound for residential and commercial categories

The Parkside subdivision at Royal Bay from the team at West Coast Contemporary Homes received three Gold CARE awards, including Best New Subdivision on Vancouver Island.

West Coast Contemporary Homes also received Gold awards for Best Single Family Detached Spec Homes in two sizes: under 2,000 square feet and between 2,000 and 2,500 square feet.

Metropolitan Capital Partners earned a Silver CARE Award for Best Interior Commercial Space at Westridge, Landing in Colwood and was also honoured with a Gold CARE Award for Best Commercial Project on Vancouver Island.

And prominent Colwood developer Gordon English was honoured with a CARE Lifetime Achievement Award. English has successfully undertaken construction and development projects throughout the region, including the building of homes at Royal Bay.

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