Two Chicago Buildings Win TOBY International Honors
Two BOMA/Chicago TOBY Gold Circle Award winners are bringing home some more hardware for the mantle. AMA Plaza and 564 West Randolph were named TOBY International Award winners at the BOMA International conference in Washington, DC.
AMA Plaza, managed by Riverview Realty, won a TOBY for a building over 1M SF. The 1.5M SF, Mies van der Rohe-designed building is LEED Gold-certified, underwent a $70M rehab and is home to the American Medical Association and the Langham Hotel.
Shown is the Sterling Bay team responsible for the management of 564 West Randolph, a TOBY International Award winner in the building under 100k SF category. Sterling Bay completely rehabbed the 97k SF building four years ago; it now contains state-of-the-art amenities, and world-class operations and tenants.
Congratulations to the winners.