Awards

Surprise's Sterling Grove named top masterplan of year

Community gets 2 Grand Awards at conference

Posted 6/30/22

Toll Brothers announced its Arizona division has received five Grand Award honors from the Pacific Coast Builder Conference (PCBC) at The Gold Nuggets, one of the home building industry’s most prestigious national awards competition.

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Awards

Surprise's Sterling Grove named top masterplan of year

Community gets 2 Grand Awards at conference

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Toll Brothers announced its Arizona division has received five Grand Award honors from the Pacific Coast Builder Conference (PCBC) at The Gold Nuggets, one of the home building industry’s most prestigious national awards competition.

Among the awards, Toll Brothers won Masterplan Community of the Year for its Sterling Grove community in Surprise.

The community also won the Best Landscape Architecture for a Community award.

Among its accolades, Toll Brothers home designs were recognized for Best Indoor/Outdoor Lifestyle and Best Home/Work Space.

The awards are presented by the Pacific Coast Builder Conference, the official event of the Leading Builders of America and California Building Industry Association, to recognize the best in the building industry for their determination, integrity, creativity and endurance. The awards span 64 categories in home and community design. 

During a four-day judging process of 600-plus entries by a panel of industry professionals nationwide, Toll Brothers was selected as the Grand Award winner in the following categories:

  • Masterplan Community of the Year: Sterling Grove 
  • Best Landscape Architecture for a Community: Sterling Grove
  • Best Home/Work Space: Haralson Cottage, Flora at Morrison Ranch, Gilbert
  • Best Single Family Detached Home over 4,500 square feet: Haralson Cottage, Flora at Morrison Ranch, Gilbert
  • Best Indoor/Outdoor Lifestyle for a Home: Ambrosia II, Bridle Ranch, Queen Creek.

“We are thrilled to be recognized for these awards that set the benchmark for excellence in our industry,” said Bob Flaherty, group president of Toll Brothers in Arizona and Utah. “It is especially gratifying to see the incredible response to our new Sterling Grove community, which was designed to bring a slice of Americana to the Southwest, and to see this community honored as Masterplan Community of the Year.”

Situated in the shadow of the White Tank Mountains, the staff-gated Sterling Grove neighborhood was formerly a working farm. Toll Brothers honors the legacy of the land with tree-lined streets, citrus groves, water courses, and cornerstone parks. When complete, this Toll Brothers neighborhood will include 2,200 homes on 780 acres. Sterling Grove currently offers nine new home collections with a wide range of home designs and architectural styles, and outstanding amenities including a 20,000-square-foot clubhouse, 10-acre amenity center, and Nicklaus Design golf course. 

To see the full list of Grand Award winners and learn about the awards celebration, visit PCBC.com.

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