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Homestake Capital recently received 5 FAME Awards from the SBACNJ. Pictured from left: Clark McIntyre, Director of Homestake Capital;
Ann Marie Baker, Vice President of Design 446, and Michael J. Kokes, Managing Principal of Homestake Capital.

Homestake Capital receives 5 FAME Awards

Brielle, NJ –  Homestake Capital received five awards at the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey’s 16th Annual FAME Awards held earlier this month at South Gate Manor in Freehold.

Michael J. Kokes, Managing Principal, and Clark  McIntyre, Director, accepted the awards on behalf of the firm. Enclave at Winslow, one of Homestake’s recently developed residential projects, was honored with the following: Best Logo Design for a Multi-Family/Multi-Unit Community; Best Signage for a Multi-Family/Multi-Unit Community; Best Sales Office for a Multi-Family/Multi-Unit Community; Best Architectural Product Design for a Multi-Family/Multi-Unit community, and the Community of the Year Grand Award for a Multi-Family/Multi-Unit Community.

“It is an honor to receive this year’s prestigious Community of the Year Grand Award for Best Multi-Family/Multi-Unit Community,” said Kokes. “I would like to extend my gratitude to the Shore Builders for recognizing Homestake’s commitment to the homebuilding and multi-family industry.”

The strength of the building industry in New Jersey is directly related to the strength of our association, according to Kokes. “My family has deep roots with the builders association and I look forward to carrying on that legacy. Congratulations to all the FAME winners and nominees!”

About Homestake Capital, LLC

Homestake Capital, LLC, a boutique real estate investment firm located in Monmouth County, New Jersey, is focused on providing direct investment and non-traditional lending to residential and commercial developers. Homestake further adds value by providing development and building experience to the sponsor or borrower. Homestake’s unique niche is providing capital for projects that are too big for one investor, but too “small” for a traditional institutional investor. To learn more, visit https://homestakecapital.com.