Nominate now for Island real estate awards

Nominations are being sought for the 7th Annual Vancouver Island Real Estate Board Commercial Building Awards, which will celebrate the best in commercial and industrial construction April 24 at the Coast Bastion Inn.

“The commercial building awards continue to grow each year, in terms of the quality of submissions and the number of participants,” says Robert Mac-Donald, who coordinates the awards for Business Examiner Vancouver Island.

The event’s title sponsor is Re/MAX Commercial, Gold Sponsors of the event are Coastal Community Credit Union and Colliers International, and Category sponsors are Canadian Western Bank, RBC Royal Bank, the Business Development Bank of Canada, DTZ and Invest Comox Valley.

Categories this year will be heritage, industrial, senior/assisted housing, community institutional, retail, office renovation, commercial renovation, office, mixed use, multi-family and community enhancement.

Nomination deadline is March 6, and nomination forms are available at www.vireb.com For further information, contact Sue Lessard at 250-390-4212.

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