Minto Group

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The Minto Group is a private home builder, construction and property management company based in Ottawa with operations in Canada and Florida and founded in 1955 originally with the name "Mercury Homes". Minto also built condominiums in Ottawa, Toronto and Florida.[1]

In 2015, the Minto Communities Florida division won several awards including a Premier Award at the Eliant Homebuyer’s Choice Awards and a silver award for Best Welcome Centre – Isle of Collier Preserve at the National Association of Home Builders awards.

In 2014, Michael Waters succeeded Roger Greenberg as CEO and Minto expanded its multi-residential and community business into Calgary.

In 2012, the Minto Place building in Ottawa became the first and largest LEED Platinum Core and Shell office tower in Canada and was named The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY®) Awards

In 2008, The Minto Group was the first to be named GREEN Builder of the Year by the Ontario Home Builders’ Association and the Minto Midtown Quantum North tower is completed.

In 2006, The Minto Group was named winner of the City of Toronto Green Award of Excellence in Water Efficiency and in 2005 Minto Radiance property in Toronto was the first LEED Silver Condominium in Canada.


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