Mack-Cali Receives BOMA Award for White Plains Property
05/06/2008 Category: Miscellaneous
Edison, New Jersey—May 6, 2008—Mack-Cali Realty Corporation (NYSE: CLI) today announced that 50 Main Street, at Westchester Financial Center in White Plains, New York, has received a "Best of BOMA" award from the Westchester Chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association ("BOMA").
The award, for the category of the "Best Central Business District Curb Appeal," was presented at the BOMA Westchester Chapter's Annual Hall of Honor Awards Dinner on May 1 at the Abigail Kirsch at Tappan Hill in Tarrytown, New York. The award is based on superior architectural details, landscaping, and overall appeal of the property.
James Bell, vice president of property management, who accepted the award on behalf of Mack-Cali, commented, "This award is an excellent demonstration of Mack-Cali's commitment to provide tenants with first-class work environments while upholding the highest standards in property management."
50 Main Street, a 16-story class A office property with 309,000 square feet of office space, features an attractive exterior public space with green gardens and manicured flowering landscapes. The property's exterior space is accessible to pedestrian traffic.
Mack-Cali Realty Corporation is a fully-integrated, self-administered, self-managed real estate investment trust (REIT) providing management, leasing, development, construction and other tenant-related services for its class A real estate portfolio. Mack-Cali owns or has interests in 294 properties, primarily office and office/flex buildings located in the Northeast, totaling approximately 33.7 million square feet. The properties enable the Company to provide a full complement of real estate opportunities to its diverse base of approximately 2,200 tenants. Additional information on Mack-Cali Realty Corporation is available on the Company's website at www.mack-cali.com.
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