The Allen Morris Company, one of the largest diversified real estate firms in the Southeast, is proud to announce its world-class office building, Alhambra Towers, has won the prestigious 2019 Building Owners and Manager’s Association’s (BOMA – Miami Dade) “TOBY Award” in the category of buildings 100,000-249,999 square feet. The “TOBY Award” stands for The Office Building of the Year.
Centrally located at 121 Alhambra Plaza in Coral Gables, Florida, the iconic Alhambra Towers features Mediterranean architecture with historical facets and state of the art facilities that set it apart. Encompassing 175,000 square feet, the 16-story Class A office building is home to a variety of notable corporations and has previously garnered 9 awards, including the prestigious Developers & Building Alliance Property of the Year award in the state of Florida. The “TOBY Award” is the 10th award Alhambra Towers has been honored with.
“We are delighted to have been selected as this year’s “TOBY Award” winner for Alhambra Towers,” said W. Allen Morris, Chairman and CEO of The Allen Morris Company. “Alhambra Towers was designed with a passionate vision that reflects who we are as a company. We are deeply rooted in designing and developing impactful buildings that make a difference in our communities and that inspire, impress and truly improve the lives of those individuals and business who choose to make our buildings their location of choice.”
The prestigious BOMA “TOBY Award” is the commercial real estate industry’s highest recognition honoring excellence in commercial building management and operations in specific categories of building size or type. During the competition, all facets of a building’s operations are thoroughly evaluated. Judging is based on community impact, tenant and employee relations programs, energy management systems, accessibility, emergency evacuation procedures, building personnel training programs and overall quality indicators. A team of expert industry professionals conduct the comprehensive building inspections.