Schaumburg, April 3, 2017… The North Central Region of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International recently announced the Regional level winners of The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award competition. BOMA/Suburban Chicago is proud to announce that two of their member buildings have won the Regional TOBY Award.
Windy Point II has been named the 2017 Regional TOBY Award winner for the 250,000-499,999 Square Feet Category. Windy Point II, located in Schaumburg, IL, is managed and owned by Piedmont Office Realty Trust.
Back row:Juan Morales, Day PorterArt Ramsay, Chief Building EngineerDavid Badame, Building EngineerDouglas Ahlgrim, Building EngineerChristopher J. Schmitt, Property ManagerWayne Tyler, Security Supervisor
Front Row:Shivani Desai, Customer Service CoordinatorCheryl Dobbins, Senior Property Manager
Arboretum Lakes has been named the 2017 Regional TOBY Award winner for the Suburban Office Park, Mid-Rise Category. Arboretum Lakes, located in Lisle, IL, is managed and owned by Millbrook Properties.
Back row:Rick Barnett, Director of EngineeringJavier Rosado, Building EngineerDan Ryan, General ManagerTim Julian, Building EngineerKeith Wilburn, Assistant Chief EngineerBrian Bueschel, Building Engineer
Front Row:Karen Boyd, Assistant General ManagerJonathan Bernstein, Tenant Service CoordinatorNot pictured: Mary Rakowski, Property Administrator
The TOBY Awards is the most prestigious and comprehensive program of its kind in the commercial real estate industry, recognizing excellence in office buildings management and operations in specific categories of building size or type. To win the regional award, the office buildings first won at the local competition level.
Regional winners will now proceed to the International competition where winners will be announced live on June 27 at the TOBY reception and banquet at the BOMA International 2017 Conference and EXPO in Nashville, TN.
We have urgent information about proposed Senate Bill 9, currently being considered in the Illinois legislature.
IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUESTED: BOMA/Suburban Chicago's Government Affairs Committee is actively working to oppose this legislation. As part of that effort, we are asking you to contact both your state senator and state representative and tell them you oppose the service tax on landscaping and snow removal services. If you do not know your state legislator, please look him/her up by zip code and address using the link below.
CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATOR!
Below is a sample email text for your use...
I am a property owner/manager/facility manager of a commercial __________ building in the Chicago suburban area. Senate Bill 9 will be a huge detriment to my property's operating budget! I do not support this legislation and request that you vote against it.
________ (your name)
More information about Senate Bill 9
1515 E. Woodfield Rd, Suite 110
Schaumburg IL 60173
Phone: (847) 995-0970
Fax: (847) 995-0971
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