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SL Green's 11 Madison Ave. won the BOMA International TOBY Award as Earth Building of the Year

10 Hudson Yards, 11 Madison Ave. Score BOMA International TOBY Awards 

BOMA New York said that 10 Hudson Yards and 11 Madison Ave. have each won a BOMA International TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Award at the 2022 BOMA International Conference. Held in Nashville, the 2022 international competition featured 14 awards and 62 buildings from multiple BOMA International regions.    

10 Hudson Yards, owned by Allianz, Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group, won the BOMA International TOBY Award for Operating Office Building of the Year (over 1 million square feet).  

SL Green Realty Corp.’s 11 Madison Ave. won as Earth Building of the Year. The circa-1929 property is BOMA360, LEED Gold and Fitwel certified; houses two ice plants and has achieved Energy Star certification since 2016.  

BOMA New York executive director Lori Raphael said, “It was an exciting experience to have two New York winners at my first International TOBY Awards.” 

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