Courtesy Toll Brothers Arizona

Olympians aren’t the only ones hoping for gold this summer. Select builders and designers also had the opportunity to bring home the win in the form of a Gold Nugget from PCBC, the Pacific Coast’s regional conference and trade show for real estate development.

The program, which has recognized top innovators in design, planning, and development for the past 60 years, announced its 2024 grand honorees at an awards ceremony June 19 in Anaheim, California.

This year’s competition drew 675 entries in over 60 categories, including single-family production, interior design, custom homes, site planning, multifamily, mixed-use, affordable, commercial, and renovations. Jurors selected several merit winners in each grouping and elevated one project to become the grand winner.

The judging panel included some of the industry’s top designers, planners, and builders: Jamie Goldman, principal at Kephart; Donald Ruthroff, founding principal at Design Story Spaces; Karin Sumrall, senior planning and design manager at Hillwood Communities; Pierrette Tierney, regional senior vice president of development at AMH; Kimberly Timmons-Beutner, principal and creative director at Kimberly Timmons Interiors; and Symone Strong, associate editor at BUILDER and Multifamily Executive.

Below are the homes and communities of the year as well as a selection of grand winners in residential design:

Home of the Year: Sunburst at Sereno Canyon, Scottsdale, Arizona
Builder: Toll Brothers; Architect: Toll Architecture

Courtesy Toll Brothers Arizona

Residential Detached Collection of the Year: Rosewood at Camden Park, San Jose, California
Builder: Robson Homes; Architect: Robert Hidey Architects

Brad Knipstein/Agnieszka Jakubowicz

Master-Planned Community of the Year: Painted Prairie, Aurora, Colorado
Developer: Painted Prairie Owner; Planner: Civitas and LandDesign

Parker Rice

Best Single-Family Detached Home, Under 2,000 Square Feet: Dewberry Plan at Centre Cottages, Kirkland, Washington
Builder: Toll Brothers; Architect: DAHLIN Architecture | Planning | Interiors

William Wright Photography

Best Single-Family Detached Home, 2,001 to 2,499 Square Feet: Bridgeton at Midland, Westfield, Indiana
Builder: Estridge Homes; Architect: DTJ Design

The Home Aesthetic

Best Single-Family Detached Home, 2,500 to 3,000 Square Feet: Catteau at Adero Canyon, Fountain Hills, Arizona
Builder: Toll Brothers; Architect: RFT Design

Courtesy Toll Brothers Arizona

Best Single-Family Detached Home, 3,001 to 3,499 Square Feet: SHAWOOD at Sommers Bend - Yuri Plan 1, Temecula, California
Builder: SHAWOOD/Woodside Homes; Architect: KTGY

Courtesy SHAWOOD

Best Single-Family Detached Home, 3,500 to 3,999 Square Feet: Rosewood at Camden Park Plan 3, San Jose, California
Builder: Robson Homes; Architect: Robert Hidey Architects

Brad Knipstein/Agnieszka Jakubowicz

Best Single-Family Detached Home, 4,000 to 4,750 Square Feet: The Marcello at Fields Brookside, Frisco, Texas
Builder: Highland Homes

Courtesy Highland Homes

Best Built-For-Rent Community Product Design: Tanzanite Homes, Sacramento, California
Developer: New Growth Living; Builder: Interwest Construction; Architect: Jeffrey DeMure + Associates Architects Planners

Michael Darron

Best Built-For-Rent Community Plan: South Range Crossing, Bozeman, Montana
Developer/Builder: Providence Development; Architect: KTGY

Courtesy KTGY

Best Custom Home, Under 5,000 Square Feet: SB Residence, Scottsdale, Arizona
Builder/Architect: Tate Studio Architects

Courtesy Tate Studio Architects

Best Custom Home, 5,000 to 7,500 Square Feet: Escarpment House, Ontario, Canada
Builder: Cityzen Development; Architect: architects—Alliance

DoubleSpace Photography

Best Custom Home, 7,500 to 9,000 Square Feet: Emerald Bay Residence, Laguna Beach, California
Builder: Gallo Builders; Architect: Brandon Architects

Manolo Langis

Best Custom Home, Over 9,000 Square Feet: Dos Vistas Residence, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Builder: Cabo Development Group; Architect: Brandon Architects

Courtesy Brandon Architects

Best One-of-a-Kind Home: Hidden Oaks Modern, Lafayette, California
Architect: Michael Gale, Architect; Developer: TML

Russell Abraham Photography

To see the full list of grand and merit winners, please visit the PCBC website.