Coldwell Banker Del Monte Realty, the Monterey Peninsula’s leading provider of real estate services, has opened its new Carmel office at 126 Clock Tower Place, Suite 100. To help celebrate, the company held a special fundraising event on July 9 with proceeds going to the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital.

The new state-of-the-art office is located down the street from Coldwell Banker Del Monte Realty’s previous Carmel Rancho location. The facility is 4,800 square feet with windows that wrap around the exterior of the building providing great natural light. The interior has all new carpets, workstations, private offices and conference rooms with 48-inch monitors and computers for client presentations. It also includes energy saving LED lighting, high speed Internet and plenty of parking for clients and sales associates.

“The new Carmel office mirrors the beautiful and refined community in which we live and work,” said Todd Porteous, manager of the Monterey Peninsula offices for Coldwell Banker Del Monte Realty. “The Carmel area is home to some of the most spectacular real estate and sophisticated homebuyers and sellers in Northern California. We believe that this new facility will help us provide an even greater level of service to this wonderful market.”

Porteous noted that the new office will help the firm respond to growing demand for its services. “The housing market has rebounded quite well since the downturn, and we’ve enjoyed tremendous growth as a business,” he said. “By expanding our resources with this new facility, we will be in a better position to meet the growing demand for our services.”

Coldwell Banker Del Monte Realty officially celebrated the opening of its new office and helping a great cause at the same time with the fundraiser for the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. Food and beverages were served, with silent auction items up for bidding and a $4,000 cash grand raffle prize donated by Princeton Capital as well.

The Lucile Packard children’s hospital, located at Stanford University, treats any child or expectant mother in the community who needs specialized care, regardless of their ability to pay. Each year, more than 71,000 children and expectant mothers depend on LPCH for expert medical care. As a nonprofit hospital, they rely on community support to provide the best care available to patients and their families.

For more information, please contact Coldwell Banker Del Monte Reality, 126 Clock Tower Place, Suite 100, in Carmel at 831.247.2026.