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120 Broadway, 485 Lex Win BOMA Mid Atlantic TOBY Awards

Two New York City buildings and their respective owner/manager teams have won the prestigious BOMA Mid Atlantic Conference TOBY Award at the recent virtual conference.
120 Broadway (a/k/a The Equitable Building), owned and operated by Silverstein Properties, won the TOBY Historical Building.” SL Green Realty Corp.’s 485 Lexington won the TOBY Earth Award. The Midtown office tower was also awarded the regional Grand TOBY with the strongest entry across all categories. 

To win a regional MAC TOBY Award, a property first must win at a local competition.  By way of recognizing quality in properties throughout the Middle Atlantic region and rewarding excellence in building management, 10 awards were presented at the conclusion of the annual regional conference.  

Winners of all regional TOBY Awards will compete against one another at the upcoming BOMA International Conference & Expo in Boston, scheduled for Oct. 6-9.


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