TOBY

Canadian properties earn 2017 TOBY Awards

Monday, July 10, 2017

Fifteen properties across North America were recently honoured with The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Awards at the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International’s annual conference.

Awards were handed out on June 27, at a gala in Nashville, Tennessee. Four Canadian properties received a TOBY Award, which is the commercial real estate industry’s highest recognition honouring excellence in commercial building management and operations in specific categories of building size or type.

Properties must first win both local and regional competitions. Judging is based on community impact, tenant and employee relations programs, energy management systems, accessibility, emergency evacuation procedures, building personnel training programs and overall quality indicators. A team of expert industry professionals also conducted comprehensive building inspections.

Here is a list of winning properties by category:

Industrial Office Building: the winner is Kennedy Matheson Industrial Complex in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The property is managed by Menkes Property Management Services Ltd. and owned by 3883281 Canada Inc.

Retail Building: the winner is CF Toronto Eaton Centre in Toronto. The property is managed and owned by the Cadillac Fairview Corporation Ltd.

Medical Office Building: the winner is East Calgary Health Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The property is managed by Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP and owned by Beacon Hill Apartments Ltd.

Over One Million Square Feet: the winner is the Toronto-Dominion Centre in Toronto. The property is managed by the Cadillac Fairview Corporation Ltd. and owned by the Cadillac Fairview Corporation Ltd. and OPB (TDC), Inc. The Toronto-Dominion Centre also is a BOMA 360 Performance Program building.

500,000 to One Million Square Feet: the winner is 411 East Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee. The property is managed by Riverview Realty Management and owned by FMC Investment Opportunities 411 East Wisconsin SP. 411 East Wisconsin Center also is a BOMA 360 Performance Program building.

250,000 to 499,999 Square Feet: the winner is 100 Bayview Circle in Newport Beach, California. The property is managed by RiverRock Real Estate Group and owned by AEW Capital Management.

100,000 to 249,999 Square Feet: the winner is The Addison in Dallas. The property is managed by Holt Lunsford Commercial and owned by AD Addison, LLC. The Addison also is a BOMA 360 Performance Program building.

Under 100,000 Square Feet: the winner is 6525 The Corners in Norcross, Georgia. The property is managed by CBRE and owned by Glenfield Capital.

Corporate Facility: the winner is HESS Tower in Houston. The property is managed by CBRE and owned by HT Houston Portfolio, LP. Hess Tower also is a BOMA 360 Performance Program building.

Earth category: the winner is 71 South Wacker in Chicago. The property is managed by JLL and owned by Irvine Company. 71 South Wacker also is a BOMA 360 Performance Program building.

Government Building: the winner is 2 Capitol Square in Atlanta. The property is managed and owned by the Georgia Building Authority.

Historical Building: the winner is The Wrigley Building in Chicago. The property is managed by Zeller Realty Group and owned by BDT Capital Partners, LLC and Zeller Realty Group. The Wrigley Building also is a BOMA 360 Performance Program building.

Renovated Building: the winner is One Shell Plaza in Houston. The property is managed by Hines Interests, LP and owned by Busycon Properties, LLC. One Shell Plaza also is a BOMA 360 Performance Program building.

Suburban Office Park Low-Rise: the winner is The Summit at Lantana in Austin, Texas. The property is managed by HPI Real Estate Management and owned by 7171 SW Parkway Associates, LP.

Suburban Office Park Mid-Rise: the winner is Centennial Lakes Office Park in Edina, Minnesota. The property is managed by Cushman & Wakefield/NorthMarq and owned by Centennial Lakes I-V, LLC. Centennial Lakes Office Park also is a BOMA 360 Performance Program building.

 

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