- Published: Sunday, 08 September 2013 12:14
Martis Camp was the only Project to Win Three Grand Gold Nuggets in 2010!
SAN FRANCISCO…June 2010 – "Martis Camp wins highest honors and is recognized for its focus on providing incredible opportunities for architecture, recreation, community gathering and celebration of nature at the 47th annual Pacific Coast Builders Conference Gold Nugget Awards luncheon on June 10th. Martis Camp was honored as the only property this year to win three Grand Awards: Best Residential Community of the Year, Best Private Recreational Facility for the design of the Family Barn, and Best Site Plan of the Year. Martis Camp was also recognized with a Merit Award for its Family Barn Cabins." The oldest and largest program of its kind, PCBC Gold Nuggets honor creative achievements in architectural design and land use planning for residential, commercial and industrial projects throughout 14 western states and international countries. Grand Award winners emerged from the Award of Merit honorees in each category. A panel of six industry professionals from across the country reviewed 440 entries in 47 categories. Winners emerged from western states and from Australia, Canada, China, Dubai, France, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and the United Arab Emirates. Martis Camp was the only project to win three Grand Awards. Martis Camp was awarded Gold Nugget Grand Awards in the following categories:
Martis Camp is a private gated community located between Truckee and North Lake Tahoe in the Martis Valley. Situated on 2,177 acres with sweeping topography, the land itself embraces the true essence of High Sierra living. A year round community, Martis Camp Club offers private ski access via the Martis Camp Express Lift to Northstar California™ in winter and a Tom Fazio 18 hole golf course in the summer. Martis Camp Club members enjoy a vast array of amenities including the Family Barn complex with swimming, a bowling alley, art loft, movie theater, indoor basketball court, soda fountain and outdoor Performance amphitheater; an 18--‐hole putting park; Sporting fields and pavilions; Camp Lodge with Dining venues, club spa, fitness center and vitality pools; Folk School; Lost Library; 26 miles of private trails for hiking, snowshoeing and cross--‐country skiing, a planned private Mountain Clubhouse at the base of Lookout Mountain, and planned tennis courts and pavilion.