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Shopping centre wins BOMA BC’s Outstanding Building of the Year (Toby) Award.

  • May. 26, 2015 8:00 a.m.

Central City has been awarded Building Owners and Managers Association of B.C.’s (BOMA BC) Outstanding Building of the Year (Toby) Award at an award Gala held at the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel in Vancouver.

The program judges BOMA BC commercial buildings on their management, operations, energy efficiency, design, tenant relations and community impact.

The TOBY Award is one of the most prestigious awards in the North American real estate industry and is further recognition of excellence in building management.

“We are extremely proud and honored to receive the BOMA BC 2015 Outstanding Building of the Year Award,” said Bill Rempel, vice president and general manager of Central City. “We were up against very strong competition and this award speaks to the quality and calibre of Central City, our tenants, and our emerging community in Surrey City Centre.”

Central City is now qualified to advance to the National Awards Gala which will be held in September 2015 at BOMA Canada’s National Conference and Exhibition (BOMEX) in Quebec City.

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