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Nominations in for BOMA/NY Pinnacle awards.

Times Square's in the spotlight with multiple nominees and three of New York's largest towers--including two of the City's most famous skyline icons--will do battle for the title of Operating Building of the Year on the evening of February 8, when the curtain goes up on the local round of real estate's most prestigious award--the BOMA/NY Pinnacle Award.

The event is being held at the Copacabana, starting at 6 pm.

The awards are given after a rigorous competition including a basement-to-roof inspection of operations and review of a detailed written submission summarizing such areas as operations, tenant relations, community impact, emergency preparations, energy management, environmental compliance and more.

Heightening the excitement surrounding the awards is the ceremony itself, where the Pinnacles are given out in an Oscar-style ceremony where the names are not revealed until ..." the envelope please" is opened.

Local winners move on to competition at the Regional, and ultimately the International (North American) level in all but the Henry J. Muller Achievement Award category, given to a person or company who has had a major influence on the City's development, Civic Betterment and Managers of The Year, and the New Construction Award, all of which are New York-only honors.

A new international category--the Earth Award--was added this year to recognize BOMA/NY's commitment to high performance buildings and green practices. The nominees are:

Member of the Year: Kathleen A. Murphy, RPA/CPM, senior facilities manager, Trammell Crow Company;

Historical Building: 60 East 42nd Street, 230 Park Avenue, 140 West Street;

Government Building: 90 Church Street;

2006 Pinnacle nominees/New Construction: Times Square Tower--7 Times Square, 731 Lexington Avenue;

Civic Betterment: Food Bank of New York, God's Love We Deliver, Healthjam, New York City Rescue Mission;

Earth Award: 4 Times Square;

Henry J. Muller Achievement Award: Recognizing Vision for New York, Parish of Trinity Church-Trinity Real Estate

Manager of the Year, 3-10 Years: Paul Gordon--767 Fifth Avenue, Debra Smith--40 Broad Street, Erik Tanner--500 Fifth Avenue;

Manager of the Year, Over 10 Years: Javier Lezamiz, 501 Seventh Avenue, Andrew Metas, RPA--350 Park Avenue, Michael J. Maloney, Jr.--Union Theological Seminary, Louis Trimboli, RPA/FMA--825 Third Avenue; Corporate Facility: 5 Times Square Renovated Building: 501 Seventh Avenue

Operating Building, 100,000 to 499,999 s/f: 215 West 55th Street, 500 Park Avenue

Operating Building, 500,000 to 1,000,000 s/f: The Lipstick Building

Operating Building over 1,000,000 s/f: 1285 Avenue of the Americas, Citigroup Center, Empire State Building.

For ticket information, please contact Angela Cappiello at BOMA/ NY, 212-239-3662.
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