Monday, November 12, 2018

Lincoln Property Co. Wins Twice at 2018 BOMA Awards

2777 Camelback, Camelback Corridor, Phoenix, AZ

PHOENIX, AZ,  Nov. 12, 2018 – Development and property management leader Lincoln Property Company (LPC) has taken home two “The Outstanding Building of the Year” (TOBY) awards for its management of the historic Luhrs City Center, located in downtown Phoenix, and 2777 Camelback, located in the heart of the Camelback Corridor.

This is LPC’s second BOMA honor for its management of Luhrs City Center and a first-time win for its management practices at 2777 Camelback.

Luhrs City Center, Downtown Phoenix, AZ

 “These projects are very different in scope and style but have the shared benefit of our management approach,” said Lincoln Property Company Director of Real Estate John Orsak.

“We are not only a property  manager but also a building developer and owner ourselves. That gives us unique insight into the needs of tenants and also the perspective of the owner and their goals for a building’s stability and longevity in the marketplace.”

Megan Watkins
Presented by the Arizona chapter of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), the annual Phoenix TOBY awards represent the industry’s most prestigious honor for excellence in building quality and management.

Jessica Allen

 As a winner at the local level, LPC and its Luhrs and 2777 Camelback buildings will now advance the regional, and possibly international, BOMA competitions.

Elizabeth Porras
Built between 1924 and 1929, Luhrs City Center sits along the Phoenix Light Rail at Central Avenue and Jefferson Street in downtown Phoenix.

 The National Historic Landmark encompasses approximately 157,000 square feet of office and retail space – all restored by LPC to its original red brick interiors and exposed beams.

Travis Dana

Other improvements include upgraded streetscapes, renovation of the Luhrs garage to Class A institutional quality and modernized plumbing, electrical, elevator and HVAC systems.

Since completion of these renovations, LPC has signed multiple new tenants to the ground-floor space, adding La Madeline Country French CafĂ©, Serafina Coffee Bar and Monroe’s Chicken to the existing and award-winning Bitter & Twisted cocktail parlour.

LPC purchased 2777 Camelback in early 2017 and, since that time, has deployed an institutional-quality management program and building renovation that includes lobby and common areas, indoor tenant lounge and conference facility, new collaborative outdoor lounge area, improved signage and upgraded landscape and hardscape.

David Krumwiede
 The 104,618-square-foot building is located at 28th Street and Camelback Road, and offers features such as 13-foot ceilings, modern concrete interior aesthetics, views of the surrounding mountains and a two-level underground parking garage.

 It is walkable to more than a dozen restaurants and Biltmore Fashion Square.

The LPC management team at Luhrs City Center includes Portfolio Manager Megan Watkins, Property Manager Jessica Allen, Building Engineer Carlos Rodriguez and Assistant Building Engineer Oscar Pajon. 

The LPC management team at 2777 Camelback includes Senior Property Manager Travis Dana, Assistant Property Manager Elizabeth Porras and Assistant Chief Engineer Chris Bosko.

In addition to managing projects in its ownership portfolio, LPC provides award-winning third party property management services to almost 10 million square feet of office industrial and retail space across the region. 

For more information, call David Krumwiede or John Orsak
 at (602) 912-8888.

Lincoln Property Company (LPC) is an international full service real estate firm offering real estate investment, development, design/construction management, leasing and property management/ receivership/asset management services.

John Orsak
 LPC has approximately 7,300 employees and maintains a presence in more than 200 U.S. cities and 12 countries throughout Europe.


Stacey Hershauer