The Irvine Co.’s Fox Plaza has garnered a TOBY award from the Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Los Angeles.
Completed in 1987, the iconic 34-story property in Century City boasts sweeping ocean views, innovative interior spaces and 730,510 square feet of rentable space. The Irvine Co. acquired the building in October 2000.
The TOBY – aka The Outstanding Building of the Year – recognizes facilities that exhibit quality and excellence in daily management. The judges consider all aspects of a building’s operations, including tenant relations, amenities packaging, community involvement, emergency evacuation procedures, building standards, accessibility and overall service.
The office tower garnered its award in the 500,000- to 1-million-square-foot category.
"Fox Plaza is a stunning high-rise office building that has earned its status as a true Southern California landmark,” said Doug Holte, president of the Irvine Co. Office Properties.
Twentieth Century Fox, Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse are among the companies that occupy offices within the Class-A building.
“Our management and leasing teams take tremendous pride in ensuring that the property provides our customers with an extraordinary business experience," said Holte. "We’re all extremely proud of this award, which reflects team members’ dedication and commitment to customer service.”
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