BOSTON – CB Richard Ellis-New England received top honors recently, winning seven Building Owners and Managers Association awards at the BOMA and The Outstanding Builders of the Year and Industry Awards.
“This award ceremony honors the best buildings and real estate professionals in the
Greater Boston area,” said Mark Tassinari, executive vice president/partner and head of CBRE/New England Property Management. “CBRE-New England, once again, clearly stood out as the dominant third-party property management group in the Greater Boston market which is a true testament to the team of dedicated professionals we have working with us at CBRE-New England.”
Those receiving awards were:
Patrick Glynn, general manager at 10 Saint James Ave. /75 Arlington St. in Boston, who was presented with the Property Manager of the Year award in the high-rise category.
Cheryl Esper, property manager at 1 & 2 Chestnut Place in Worcester, received the Property Manager of the Year award in the mid-rise category.
Keely Calkins, senior property manager at World Trade Center in Boston, received the Property Manager of the Year award in the low-rise category.
Jennifer Donoghue, operations manager at 33 Arch St. in Boston, received the BOMA Boston Education Scholarship.
CBRE/New England also was honored with three TOBY awards for individual properties under the
firm’s management; honors included the top 100,000–249,000 square foot office building at 1 Chestnut Place, Worcester; the top historical building at 501 Boylston St. in Boston; and the top industrial office park, Forge Park in Franklin.
Other properties were recognized for obtaining the BOMA Boston 360 Performance Building designation: 501 Boylston St.; 855 Boylston St.; 50 Milk St.; Concord Road Corporate Center in Billerica; and 1 Chestnut Place in Worcester.
Erin Bump, assistant property manager at Crosby Corporate Center, was recognized for obtaining her Real Property Administrator designation.
The BOMA and TOBY Awards were presented at the annual BOMA Boston TOBY and Industry
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