Best-run city building is downtown skyscraper

MARYLAND WATCH

March 01, 1996

The Building Owners and Managers Association of Baltimore yesterday announced its 1995 Building of the Year award winners, presented annually to properties that excel in management procedures such as general maintenance and administration.

In the category covering downtown buildings, a 25-story skyscraper at 120 E. Baltimore St. took top honors. The 327,000-square-foot former Bank of Baltimore headquarters is managed by Manekin Corp.

The five-story, 125,000-square-foot Tower Federal Building in Laurel, managed and owned by Rhode Island-based Gilbane Properties Inc., won BOMA's award in the suburban class.

The USF&G Corp.-owned 307 International Circle building in Hunt Valley received the suburban/single tenant honor. The six-story, 200,000-square-foot building, developed by Rouse & Associates Inc. and occupied by PHH Corp., is managed by the Carey Winston Co.

BOMA also recognized a five-story building at 300 W. Pratt St. for its unique features. The cast-iron, fully-renovated 60,000-square-foot project is owned and managed by Stone & Associates Inc.

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