M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — April 22 - May 19, 2022 — 7C


O wners , D evelopers & M anagers

Recognition awarded by the Building Owners and Managers Association Bergman Real Estate Group, Time Equities receive prestigious regional TOBY Award


Upgrades to the campus were numerous and included: • A conference and training center equipped with high- speed WiFi, TVs, and HDMI connections • Recreation facilities, in - cluding a tenant lounge, game room, fully equipped gym, and art studio • A full-service café with extensive food options and up - graded seating • Multiple transportation op - tions, including an on-campus bike share program • Nine flexible coworking office spaces

• Extensive exterior im - provements including an art sculpture walking park “We have invested over $5 million in creating a state-of- the-art office park at Century Campus that’s designed pro - vide a live, work, and play,” Bergman said. “The TOBY award fromBOMA validates all the effort we have put into cre - ating a workplace that attracts top tenants, and in turn, helps them attract the best talent in the region.” Office spaces ranging from 1500 s/f to full floors of 35,000 s/f are available. MAREJ

OODBRIDGE, NJ — Bergman Real Estate Group' s

Parsippany Century Campus has received a 2021 TOBY Award for “Outstanding Build - ing of the Year” from the Building Owners and Man- agers Association (BOMA) . The three-building, 280,000 s/f office campus, located at 4, 5, and 6 Century Dr., won in the Suburban Office Park Low Rise category. Representatives of Berg - man Real Estate Group were presented with the award at the February 23, 2022 BOMA meeting held at the Hanover Manor in East Hanover. The TOBY presentation followed the annual induction of BOMA’s board of officers and directors. “This is a prestigious award for New Jersey suburban office buildings that’s only award - ed after careful, meticulous consideration,” said Michael Bergman , president and CEO, Bergman Real Estate Group. “We are thrilled that our signif - icant investment and collective efforts into making Century Campus a first-class office park have paid off.” To qualify for a TOBY in the Suburban Office Park Low Rise category, the entrant must be comprised of two or more build - ings on a property larger than 5 acres. The buildings must be at least 50% office area to qualify for the award and must be no taller than five stories each. The property must be located outside a central business dis - trict or outside of a downtown area. Additionally, the prop - erty undergoes a thorough inspection covering 15 points, including the entrance, tenant amenities, and common areas such as restrooms and cor - ridors. Building management must also demonstrate stellar operating procedures, includ - ing completed safety drills and good financial reports. Bergman said the TOBY ap - plication process is “extensive and takes significant effort” to ensure all criteria are met. “I’m very proud of our team, and particularly property manager Michelle Szczesny and building manager Cris- tian Jaque . They are both exceptional, dedicated employ - ees and are deeply committed to the property and each and every one of our tenants,” Bergman said. Century Campus has un - dergone a multimillion-dollar

Parsippany Century Campus

capital improvements program since Bergman Real Estate

Group and Time Equities Inc. acquired the property in 2016.

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