One Rotary Center Wins BOMA/Suburban Chicago TOBY Award
14 Nov, 2011, Schaumburg, I.L.
One Rotary Center, a building located in Evanston, Illinois and managed by Cushman & Wakefield of Illinois, Inc. (C&W), has won The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award from the Building Owners and Managers Association of Suburban Chicago (BOMA/Suburban Chicago) for 2011/2012. The building received the award in the 250,000 to 400,000 square feet (sf) category. Sandra Gutierrez, General Manager of the building and a C&W employee, accepted the award at BOMA/Suburban Chicago's annual TOBY Dinner. The building also won the award in 2010/2011.
Of the building's management, the TOBY judges said, "This team is perpetually in improvement mode;" "Very impressive;" "Way to go!"
One Rotary Center is a 368,767 square foot, Class A office building located in downtown Evanston, Illinois. Due to the approximately 2,000 visitors the building receives annually from around the world, One Rotary Center has unique management requirements. Cushman & Wakefield's management team works closely with Rotary International to coordinate hosting visitors in the building while maintaining the property without disruption to other tenants.
Part of BOMA International and founded in 1970, BOMA/Suburban Chicago seeks to represent and promote the commercial real estate industry in Suburban Chicago through leadership, advocacy, education, professional development and information analysis. Through the TOBY program, the organization recognizes properties that exemplify outstanding quality and management practices in the area. The properties are selected for the effectiveness of their overall management in 11 categories, including community impact, tenant relations, energy management, emergency preparedness, and training for personnel. For additional information, please visit: www.bomasuburbanchicago.com.