JLL announces that two JLL-managed Central Florida properties have been awarded The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award. The TOBY Awards are the most prestigious and comprehensive awards of their kind in the commercial real estate industry. They recognize quality in office buildings and reward excellence in office building management. During the competition, all facets of a building’s operations are thoroughly evaluated, including tenant relations and site management.
Sea Harbor Office Center has been awarded The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) of Orlando. The 360,004-square-foot, eight-story building is owned by Lexington Trust and is 100% leased. It includes a five-story parking garage and is located across the street from Sea World Theme Park.
Sea Harbor won in the Corporate Category, which assesses single-use facilities that are at least 50% occupied by a corporate entity. In the case of Sea Harbor Office Center, Wyndham Vacation Ownership occupies 85% of the building.
The Sea Harbor management team includes General Manager Lisa Franklin, Chief Engineer Tim Arwood and Property Administrator Danielle Gonzalez.
Highland Oaks has been awarded The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award for Suburban Office Low Rise by BOMA Greater Tampa Bay.
The Highland Oaks Office Park in Tampa, FL consists of 576,000 square feet of office space in five Class A office buildings situated in a park-like campus atmosphere. Six Fortune 500 companies call Highland Oaks home. All five Highland Oaks buildings have been awarded Energy Star certification and continue to improve their scores year over year through energy management programs led by four engineers dedicated to reducing consumption.
The Highland Oaks team includes Sarah Nettles, General Manager, Brandon Ivy, Chief Engineer, Cindy Povio, Property Administrator, Chris Pizzuto, Lead Engineer, Bryan Spataro, Operating Engineer and Allan Nunez, Operating Engineer.
In Florida, JLL’s leasing and management portfolio consists of more than 28.6 million square feet including some of the state’s most iconic buildings.