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April 2018

Naperville Woods and Edens Corporate Center win Midwest Regional TOBY Awards

OAKBROOK TERRACE, IL (April 13, 2018) – NAI Hiffman is proud to announce that BOMA Midwest has awarded two properties with TOBY (Outstanding Building of the Year) Awards.  The TOBY award recognizes property management teams for their outstanding performance and building standards. While both buildings have received the BOMA Chicago TOBY award in this year’s competition and years past, this is the first time NAI Hiffman’s property management teams will be recognized at the Midwest regional level. Both properties now move on to the BOMA International TOBY competition taking place this June in San Antonio.

These awards recognize the hard work of these buildings’ property management teams, but also the property owners’ commitment to providing the tools and support to remain successful. Naperville Woods located at 1000-1100 E. Warrenville Road Naperville, IL  is owned by Agellan Commercial REIT and the Edens Corporate Center located at 650 Dundee Road in Northbrook, IL is owned by KBS Realty Advisors.

 Edens Property Management Team (from left to right): Elizabeth O'Connor, Tom Murphy, Lynn Zbierski, Rudy Ricardo

Edens Property Management Team (from left to right): Elizabeth O’Connor, Tom Murphy, Lynn Zbierski, Rudy Ricardo

 Naperville Woods Property Management Team (from left to right): Scott Wilson, Julie Lee, Jennifer Lewand, John Willis, Tom Murphy 

Naperville Woods Property Management Team (from left to right): Scott Wilson, Julie Lee, Jennifer Lewand, John Willis, Tom Murphy 

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