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Groundbreaking and ENERGY STAR® launch of 124 new homes in Newmarket

Friday, April 21st 2006 12:40:39pm

Menkes Developments’ Walker Farm Estates will be the largest
energy efficient community in York Region

Menkes Developments, Newmarket’s first ENERGY STAR builder, is launching the largest energy efficient home development anyone in York Region has ever seen.  

Join Mayor Tom Taylor, Steven Menkes of Menkes Developments, Cameron Ridsdale, Chair of EnerQuality Corporation, the organization which operates the ENERGY STAR for New Homes program in Ontario, Marvin Alexander of Walker Farm Estates and others for this groundbreaking event.


Friday, April 28, 2006, 2:00 PM SHARP


Walker Farm Estates, 896 Mulock Drive, Newmarket

Julia Munro MPP York North

Mayor Tom Taylor

Steven Menkes, Executive Vice President, Menkes Developments

Cameron Ridsdale, Chair, EnerQuality Corporation
(ENERGY STAR for New Homes)

Marvin Alexander, Sales Manager, Walker Farm Estates

Patricia Squires, Manager, Mass Market Development, Enbridge

Andy Goyda, Market Development Manager, Owens Corning

Robert Roxborough, Purchaser

For more information or to arrange interviews, contact:

Annmarie Macaluso, Guidelines Advertising Account Executive, at 416-783-3311 or annmarie@guidelinesad.com


Brent Kulba, EnerQuality (ENERGY STAR) media relations, at 416-972-7401

ENERGY STAR® for New Homes is a label given to homes that meet balanced, whole-house, energy-efficiency standards, guaranteeing their owners significant energy savings.  New homes that receive the ENERGY STAR label are 40 percent more energy efficient than those built to the minimum Ontario building code standards. The ENERGY STAR mark is administered and promoted in Canada by Natural Resources Canada.