The winners of the 41st annual BILD Awards are announced

The annual BILD Awards returned last night to celebrate another year of recognition for outstanding quality in the design, construction, marketing and sale of new homes in the Greater Toronto Area. A group of 52 expert judges from across North America and Europe determined the winners based on 1,000 entries submitted this year. BILD awarded 46 prizes in the categories marketing, architecture, people and sales and in the prestigious category Pinnacle.

The event was held in person, unlike last year’s event, which was practically held as a result of restrictions caused by the pandemic. The winners include a wide range of developers and architects, with some of the big winners included below.

Best high-rise construction MRKT Alexandra Park by Tridel, who works with CS&P Architects and SvN Architects + Planners

MRKT Alexandra Park at Tridel

Tridel’s MRKT Alexandra Park on Dundas Street just south of Kensington Market in Toronto won over a list of finalists, including 55 Mercer by CentreCourt, Burke by Concert Properties Ltd. and Galleria III by Elad Canada realty Inc.

Best Mid-Rise Building Design- 10 Prince Arthur of North Drive Investments Inc., working with Michael London Design

10 Prince Arthur of North Drive Investments Inc.

North Drive Investments Inc.’s 10 Prince Arthur in Toronto’s Annex neighborhood won finalists Y Lofts of Atria Development Corp., Perch of Firmland Developments Corporation and 160 Trafalgar of Modern Skyline.

Best New Community • Built – West Shore Beach Club by Summerhill Homes Ltd. working with McOuat Partnership

Best New Community Built – West Shore Beach Club by Summerhill Homes Ltd.

West Shore Beach Club, a new community of detached houses on Lake Couchiching, built by Summerhill Homes, received the award for Best New Community, Built, which beat finalists Hometown by Acorn Developments, 100 Bond (Oshawa) by Atria Development Corp., and Metrogate by Tridel.

Best new community • Planned / under development – Canary District by Dream Asset Management Corp. and Kilmer Group, which works with the BDP Quadrangle

Best New Community Planned / Under Development – Canary District by Dream Asset Management Corp. and Kilmer Group with BDP Quadrangle

Canary District, a project in development in Toronto’s West Don Lands, won in the category Best New Community, Planned / Under Development. Canary District is a joint project of Dream Asset Management Corp. and Kilmer Group, and was selected over the finalists Y Lofts by Atria Development Corp., Galleria on the Park by Elad Canada and Festival by Menkes and QuadReal Property Group.

This year’s high / medium project Junction Point by Gairloch Developments

This year’s High / Mid-Rise Project Junction Point by Gairloch Developments

The award for this year’s project, Mid / High-Rise, went to Junction Point, where Dundas and Dupont streets meet in Toronto, by Gairloch Developments working with Community, JORG and Paul Johnston: Unique Urban Homes. The finalists included 11YV Penthouse by Capital Developments, Metropia and RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust, One Delisle by Slate Asset Management and two Tridel projects; MRKT Alexandra Park and Royal Bayview.

This year’s low-cost project The Enclave by Stateview Homes, working with 52 Pick-up Inc.

This year’s low house project – The Enclave of Stateview Homes

The award for this year’s project, Low-Rise, went to The Enclave, by StateView Homes, which won over Presto Modern Towns by Ambria Homes, Angus Glen South Village by Kylemore Communities and Angus Glen Developments and Savile on the Roe at Tiffany Park Home.

This year’s house builder low house

OPUS Home

This year’s house builder high-rise building

Great Golf Houses

This year’s green builder low price

Minto Communities GTA

This year’s green builder Hise-Rise

Tridel

Award for diversity, equity and inclusion

This year, BILD awarded a new award – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award – which recognizes a member company that demonstrated expertise in promoting and strengthening these virtues within its own operations and within the industry. The first winner was Tridel.

Award for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion – Tridel

Tridel received the first Diversity, Gender Equality and Inclusion Award for its commitment to building a corporate culture that embraces diversity and proactively addresses racism, while driving industry change and promoting social inclusion and cohesion in the communities in which it builds. They won over Brookfield Residential, Enbridge Gas Inc., The Daniels Corporation and Urban Capital Property Group and Spotlight.

A complete list of finalists and winners can be found on the BILD Awards website.

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Related companies:

architects – Alliance, Baker Real Estate Incorporated, Dream Unlimited, EllisDon, Gairloch Developments, Goldberg Group, Jablonsky, Ast and Partners, Janet Rosenberg & Studio, Kramer Design Associates Limited, LEA Consulting, LiveRoof Ontario Inc, NAK Design Strategies, Paul Johnston Unique Urban Homes, Peter McCann Architectural Models Inc., SvN

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