The shopping centre wins second prestigious Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award during BOMA Canada Awards in Winnipeg
BRAMPTON, ON, Sept. 17, 2014 /CNW/ - Bramalea City Centre (BCC) won the esteemed Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award at the BOMA Canada Awards (BOMA) in Winnipeg on September 11, 2014. This national competition, hosted by the Building Owners and Managers Association of Canada (BOMA), draws commercial real estate professionals from across Canada annually. BCC stood out amongst entrants from all over the country in the Super Regional Shopping Centre, sized 800,000+ square feet, category to win this award.
"BOMA's recognition of Bramalea City Centre with two TOBY Awards is humbling," shares Bao Lu, Operations Manager, Morguard Investments Ltd. "We have an incredible team of individuals who are dedicated to making our shopping centre a leader in the marketplace and these awards further support our commitment to our community, tenants and shoppers. "
The TOBY Awards is the most respected and comprehensive program of its kind in the commercial real estate industry. Quality is recognized in a range of categories, from commercial real estate building standards to excellence in building management, energy conservation and sustainability to community relations, tenant relations and emergency preparedness.
In May 2014, BCC won the prestigious TOBY Award at a local level through BOMA Toronto and has qualified to compete at an international level in Los Angeles in June 2015.
ABOUT BRAMALEA CITY CENTRE
Bramalea City Centre, as the 7th largest shopping centre in Canada and the 4th in Ontario, is the dominant regional shopping centre in the City of Brampton. Located at the corner of Queen Street and Dixie Boulevard, Bramalea City Centre is in the heart of one of Canada's fastest growing communities. The newly expanded two-level shopping centre offers 1.5 million square feet of retail shopping space, showcasing a solid tenant mix of over 350 stores and services including Forever 21, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Browns Shoes, Joe Fresh, Pandora, Express and Target. Well anchored by Sears, Hudson's Bay, Metro and Best Buy, the centre also offers three convenient mini centres along the perimeter of the property, offering nationally branded services, retailers and restaurants such as ScotiaBank, the LCBO, Home Outfitters, The Keg and Moxie's. The site is approximately 82.2 acres in total. For more information, visit bramaleacitycentre.com.
Morguard Corporation (TSX: MRC) is a major North American real estate and property management company. It has extensive retail, office, industrial, and multi-unit residential holdings owned directly and through its investment in Morguard REIT (TSX: MRT.UN) and Morguard North American Residential REIT (TSX: MRG.UN). Morguard also provides real estate management and investment services to institutional and other investors. Morguard's owned and managed real estate portfolio is valued at more than $15 billion.
SOURCE: Bramalea City Centre
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