TORONTO — Menkes Developments Ltd.’s AeroCentre in Mississauga, Ont. was recently presented with The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) award at the International Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) awards.
The awards were given out at a gala in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The TOBY award is one of the prestigious and comprehensive programs honouring excellence in commercial building management with judging is based on a number of criteria including: community impact, tenant relations, energy conservation, sustainability and employee training.
AeroCentre is a 623,250-square foot premier office complex, comprised of six buildings.
It is home to approximately 2,485 professionals from 28 organizations, including the headquarters of major global companies, states a release, adding the award-winning complex has previously been honoured with over 35 industry awards and accomplishments.
Fiera Properties recently acquired Aero Center and retained Menkes to continue managing the property.
“This is both significant victory for Menkes as well as for the Canadian commercial real estate industry, since it shows that Canadian properties really are world leaders,” said Benjamin Shinewald, president and CEO of BOMA Canada, in a statement.
“Awards like these are a direct result of a strong management team, so we congratulate Cindy Woyslaw, her team and the entire Menkes organization, on being named the best in the world.”