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Pacific Lifestyle Homes Honored with Seventh Consecutive Building Excellence Award
The Building Industry Association of Clark County announced Pacific Lifestyle Homes winner of a 2011 Building Excellence Award for the best home under $250,000 at the 2011 Top Projects and Building Excellence Reception in Vancouver August 25, 2011.
The 9th Annual Building Excellence Awards honors contractors and designers in 12 categories. Winners were selected by a panel of industry professionals;
Pacific Lifestyle Homes was recognized for the Jasmine plan, a 2,070 square foot, 3 bedroom, single-story home. The Jasmine home at Miller Crossing was built on a 7,000 square foot lot and features 9-foot ceilings, gas fireplace and granite counters.
“In response to the economy and homebuyer’s preference for smaller, more efficient homes, the Jasmine is just one of our newest home plans designed for quality living at an affordable price point,” said Kevin Wann President of Pacific Lifestyle Homes. “The Jasmine is one of our most popular plans and we’re thankful to the Clark County Building Industry Association for recognizing our efforts.”
The BIA of Clark County is a trade association of more than 900 members representing the interests of all businesses involved in land development and construction.
About Pacific Lifestyle Homes
Pacific Lifestyle Homes was founded in 1996. Since its inception, the company has built more than 2,100 homes throughout the greater Portland/Vancouver area. Pacific Lifestyle Homes is one of the most celebrated builders in Southwest Washington and Northern Oregon, and is a two-time winner of the prestigious Builder of the Year award from the Clark County BIA. Learn more at http://www.pacificlifestylehomes.com.
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Pacific Lifestyle Homes has built more than 2,100 homes throughout the greater Portland/Vancouver area and is one of the most celebrated builders in Southwest Washington and Northern Oregon.