The Molnar Group has won recognition from industry in the form of numerous awards for excellence in multi-family building design and marketing. Here are a few highlights.
2023 Georgie Award Winner for Best Multi-Family Townhouse Development (Production) over 10 units including mix use, presented presented by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association of B.C
2023 Havan Awards Winner for Best Multi-Family Production Development: Less than 7-storeys, presented by Homebuilders Association Vancouver.
2017 Commercial Building Award for Excellence, presented by the Commercial Division of the Victoria Real Estate Board, for the design and development of Hoylake Residential in Langford, B.C.
2013 Commercial Building Award Honourable Mention, presented by the Commercial Division of the Vancouver Island Real Estate Board, for the design and development of The Crest in Nanaimo, B.C.
Four 1996 Silver ‘Georgie’ Awards, presented by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association of B.C.: Best Advertising Campaign, Best Logo for a Project of Planned Community by a Developer, Best Interior (Multi-Family), and Best Multi-Family Landscape Design.
Three 1991 B.C. Housing Awards for The Lido in New Westminster, presented by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association of B.C.: The Grand Sam Award for Overall Excellence in Sales and Marketing by Builder, Best Marketing Campaign by a Builder, Over 20 Homes/Units per Year, and Best Multi-Family Project, Units Starting at $140,000 or More within Metro Vancouver Or Metro Victoria.
1991 Builder of the Year Award for Multi-Family Construction, presented by the Greater Vancouver Home Builders’ Association.
1989 and 1990 winner of Master Builder Award presented by the New Home Warranty Program of B.C. & Yukon, ‘In Recognition of Outstanding Quality in Workmanship, Customer Service and maintaining the Program’s Highest Standards’.
1989 B.C. Housing Awards, the ‘Award for Excellence, Multi-Family Project 24 Units or Less’, presented by the Canadian Home Builders’ Association of B.C for Highland Terrace, Tsawwassen.
1977 Award for Residential Design, presented by the Canadian Housing Design Council, for the design and development of West Park in Vancouver.