Davidson gets top honors

Davidson Communities, with an office in Del Mar, was recently awarded Best Interior Merchandising of a Model Home for Atrium at EastLake Vistas.

The company won for its Atrium Plan 2 model home in the city of Chula Vista. Design Lines Interiors of San Diego shared the award for its Palm Beach-inspired merchandising.

The awards program was held at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel on Oct. 10.

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