Classic Homes’ Lily Stone model received the award for the Best Customized Home in the $400,000-$499,999 category.
The Home Builder Association of Maryland held the annual MAX Awards on May 1, 2014 at Martin’s Valley Mansion in Hunt Valley, MD. Over 20 builders of all sizes, from national to local, competed for awards in a variety of categories. Participants included large national builders, as well as smaller local builders like Classic Homes.
Home submissions in the MAX Awards are judged on “design, livability and value”. Classic Homes entered a customized Lily Stone and took home the award for the Best Customized Home in the $400,000 – $499,999 category. The Lily Stone is one of the most popular models of our Craftsman Series. (Read More…)
Classic Homes of Maryland Builder Prem Puri Awarded President’s Award, June 8, 2013
From left to right: Alpha Kappa Alpha International Vice-President Ms. Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson, Classic Homes President Prem Puri, Xi Sigma Omega President Dr. Roberta Haines
Classic Homes of Maryland builder, Prem Puri, was honored with the prestigious President’s Award at the Xi Sigma Omega Chapter’s 30th Anniversary celebration on Saturday June 8th at the Gaithersburg Marriott in Washingtonian Center.
The event brought together 300 guests to honor the service achievements of this local branch of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sisterhood and Service Sorority. Classic Homes’s Prem Puri was among nine members of the community, selected for demonstrating “an overwhelming commitment and dedication to helping and serving others.”
Rockville’s Business Appreciation Week March 12-16 2012
Classic Homes of Maryland awarded 2012 Awarded “Certificate of Appreciation” for their contributions to Rockville’s Econom
On March 15th, Classic Homes was visited by one of REDI’s “ambassador teams”to discuss home building as well as collecting economic information about potential job gains or losses, talent recruitment needs, business expansions and space requirements. The principals of Classic Homes, Prem Puri, Dinesh Jain and Amita Jain were awarded a Certificate of Appreciation for their contributions to Rockville’s economy. This event was filmed to be aired on the local cable “Rockville channel 11.” REDI visited approximately 50 diverse companies through out the Rockville Business Appreciation week. (Read More…)
2010 Future 50 Awards from SmartCEO Magazine
Classic Homes of Maryland Named D.C. Area’s Fastest Growing Companies by SmartCEO Magazine
Classic Homes of Maryland awarded 2010 Emerging Growth Award
Classic Homes of Maryland was named one of D.C. area’s fastest growing companies of 2010 by SmartCEO Magazine.Accolades included the company’s growth in both revenue and employees over a 3 year div. Classic’s start can be traced back just 4 years to builders Dinesh Jain (President) and Prem Puri who now employ 15 to assist with the company’s growing demands and clientele in the past 3 years. In Classic’s first year they were producing 5 to 6 homes. Now with the resources of a company behind them and the ability to produce custom homes, 2010 closed with 22 completed single-family homes. (Read More…)
2010 Best of Rockville Award
Classic Homes of Maryland awarded 2010 Best of Rockville Award
Classic Homes of Maryland Receives Best of Rockville Award for Third Year in a Row
For the third consecutive year, Classic Homes of Maryland has been selected for the 2010 Best of Rockville Award in the Home Builders category by the U.S. Local Business Association (USLBA).
Nationwide, only 1 in 120 (less than 1%) 2010 Award recipients qualified as three-time Award Winners.
2009 Builder of the Year Award
Classic Homes builder Prem Puri receives award from County Executive Ike Leggett
Gaithersburg Builder Prem Puri, of Classic Homes of Maryland, Receives “Builder of the Year” Award from the Affordable Housing Conference
The Affordable Housing Conference of Montgomery County will be honoring local builder, Prem Puri, with the “Builder of the Year” award when it convenes its 18th annual conference on Friday, May 8, 2009. Mr. Puri, the founder of Classic Homes, a family-owned Gaithersburg company, donated and built a new home in Poolesville…
Classic Homes is a proud Sponsor of the Fannie Mae 2011 “Help the Homeless” Walkathon on Saturday, November 19th. The walk is designed to raise awareness and funds for Washington, DC area organizations that are working to prevent and end homelessness, with an emphasis on programs that help homeless people return to independent living.
Classic Homes of Maryland Luxury Winsdor Home has been selected for The 2011 Potomac Country House Tour
Classic Homes of Maryland was chosen by the staff and members of the St. Francis Episcopal Church for their 56th Potomac Country House Tour. Always held on the first weekend of October, this tour has been a long standing fixture every fall since 1956 in the Potomac area. Classic Homes is honored to have been selected by the official committee to show their Luxury Windsor home in 2011!
The Baltimore Sun
August 16, 2009
An experienced Virginia builder now is offering custom and semi-custom homes at affordable prices to those who own land in the Baltimore region. Classic Homes of Maryland, a division of Classic Homes, has been building homes in Virginia since 1983 and in Montgomery County for the last three years. “Now we’re coming to Baltimore to open an office because of the volume of calls we’ve been getting,” says Amita Jain, co-owner and vice president of Classic Homes of Maryland.
Classic Homes of Maryland receives award from Habitat for Humanity Executive Director John Paukstis
Classic Homes raised over $2500 for Habitat for Humanity at their fundraiser and open house on July 11, 2009 at the Jackson Family’s “Extreme Makeover” built home in Poolesville, MD.
Classic Homes recently built a free home in five days for the Jackson Family on ABC’s TV show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” in June 2008. The event was not only a celebration of the one year anniversary of the build, but also an opportunity for Classic Homes, a local, community-focused Maryland builder, to raise awareness about the issue of homelessness and the struggles of low-income families, like the Jackson family of 15.
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