WEST BLOOMFIELD — The Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan has named the winners in its 24th annual Parade of Homes architectural judging. Parade of Homes is an exhibition of 43 new model, under construction and pre-construction homes and condominiums located throughout southeastern Michigan. The showcase takes place unitl June 30. All 43 homes are featured at www.ParadeHBA.com.
In this year’s architectural judging, blue ribbons were awarded to the model homes in six categories. Winning homes were selected based on the following criteria: best value for the price, best use of space, most innovative design and aesthetic appeal. Before being judged in these categories, participating homes were divided into categories by price, with a separate category for attached condominiums.
The blue ribbon winners are:
- ATTACHED CONDOMINIUMS — Moceri Companies for Claremont
- HOMES BASE PRICED UNDER $200,000 — Infinity Homes & Soave Homes for Columbia
- HOMES BASE PRICED OVER $250,000 TO $325,000 — Mark Adler Homes for Packard
- HOMES BASE PRICED OVER $325,000 TO $400,000 — Tall Oaks Ventures for St. Andrew IV
- HOMES BASE PRICED OVER $400,000 TO $500,000 — MJC Oakland Hunt for The Logan
- HOMES PRICED AS SHOWN OVER $650,000 — Arteva Homes for Callaway Idea ShowHouse
A panel of local architects and industry experts judged the homes. Participating judges were Lonny S. Zimmerman, AIA, NCARB of Siegal/Tuomaala Associates; Benedetto Tiseo, FAIA, NCARB of Tiseo Architects, Inc.; Michael J. Gordon, RA of Moiseev/Gordon Associates and Paul Salloum of Bank of America Home Loans. The Parade of Homes models are located throughout southeastern Michigan and can be viewed via open house tours, or online at www.ParadeHBA.com. HBA and Bank of America Home Loans sponsor the event.
Headquartered in West Bloomfield, HBA is a trade association representing over 600 builders, remodelers, multi-family property owners, developers and suppliers to the single family and multifamily residential construction industry. HBA is affiliated with the Home Builders Association of Michigan in Lansing and the National Association of Home Builders in Washington, D.C.