Stiles Property Management Wins Two BOMA Southern Region TOBY Awards
Posted on 4/23/2020Stiles Property Management (SPM), the largest privately-held commercial property management firm in South Florida, announced today the firm has won two regional TOBY® (The Outstanding Building of the Year) awards at the BOMA Southern Region Conference held virtually on April 9. SPM is a leading provider of third-party commercial and facility management services throughout Florida.
The AutoNation Building in downtown Fort Lauderdale won in the corporate facility category. The 204,337-square foot office building is managed by Stiles Property Manager Nicki O'Neill. The Tri-Rail corporate office and Pompano Station won in the government/public assembly category. Totaling 79,296 square feet, the property is managed by Stiles Facility Manager Misti Gray.
"This is a proud accomplishment and a true testament to our service range and quality teams," said Chris Rotolo, president of Stiles Property Management. "Our goal on every property is to drive results and value for our owners, even during the most challenging times. Our teams proudly remain on the front lines of this crisis and available to assist not only our owners, but also our tenants in every way possible."
Both properties are now qualified for the 2020 TOBY International Awards, the highest award level attainable. SPM won its first ever international TOBY award in 2019 and is one of two companies in the southern region to have reached that honor. Over the last decade, SPM has won a total of 55 TOBY awards and manages a Southeast commercial portfolio of 19 million square feet.
The TOBY Awards are the most prestigious and coveted awards of their kind in the commercial real estate industry. The awards recognize superiority in office and industrial buildings and reward excellence in building management. During the review process, all facets of a building's operations are thoroughly evaluated — from community involvement and site management to environmental and green policies and procedures.