The Irvine Co.’s Fox Plaza in Century City has garnered the Pacific Southwest Regional TOBY Award from the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA). The latest honor comes on the heels of Fox Plaza’s Greater Los Angeles TOBY in October of last year and qualifies the 34-story tower for further acknowledgment from BOMA International.
The TOBY – or The Outstanding Building of the Year Award – is considered the most prestigious mark of excellence in management and quality. All 36 TOBY nominees were judged upon building standards, community impact, tenant/employee relations, energy conservation, emergency preparedness, environmental initiatives and training programs for building personnel. All regional nominees also must have received a TOBY from their local BOMA chapter.
Fox Plaza received the new honor in the 500,000- to 1-million-square-foot category, and was selected due to its location on the Avenue of the Stars and distinguished track record. Its customers include 20th Century Fox and AMC Entertainment; additionally, former President Ronald Reagan occupied the penthouse for more than 10 years following his reign.
“We were thrilled and honored to receive a TOBY Award from the BOMA of Greater Los Angeles in October, but winning the award for the entire Pacific Southwest region is an extraordinary accomplishment,” said Doug Holte, president of Irvine Co. Office Properties. “These awards directly reflect the talent, dedication and unwavering commitment to exemplary service of our entire extended team at Fox Plaza.”
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