The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) recently honored the New Homes Tour award recipients at a BIA Dinner Meeting.
The New Homes Tour includes the popular preview event, Chef, Hop & Vine, which pairs area chefs with local breweries and wineries at five homes on the tour. The New Homes Tour was held over the summer and featured 25 homes by 14 BIA builders. Winners of the awards were voted on by attendees of the two events.
Chef, Hop & Vine Honorees included Sixth Avenue Bistro, which took home awards in two categories, including Best Presentation and Best Overall. Best Brew Winner was presented to Grains on Wrath. And Heathen Estates Vineyard took home both Best Wine and a shared award for Best Overall.
A portion of the ticket proceeds from Chef, Hop & Vine were donated to the Evergreen Habitat for Humanity. Andi Costello, Co-Chair of the Women Build Committee, and Angela Zagorsky, Parr Lumber, accepted a check for $2,520 on behalf of the charity last week.
Reflecting on the donation, Andi Costello stated, “Women Build is honored to partner with the BIA to empower Habitat homeowners as pillars of strength and stability for their families and our community.”
The Building Industry Association (BIA) of Clark County is a non-profit trade association representing the interests of all businesses involved with real estate, land development, homebuilding and construction.