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Farbman Group wins property-management honor from Detroit chapter of BOMA

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Nicholle Mehr, director of the Botsford Cancer Center, and Farbman Group's Adam Westrick.

Farbman Group/NAI Farbman in Southfield, Mich., has been recognized for its excellence in property management for its work with the Botsford Cancer Center in Farmington Hills. The firm won the Building Owners and Managers Association of Metro Detroit TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Award in the medical category.

Farbman Group/NAI Farbman in Southfield, Mich., has been recognized for its excellence in property management for its work with the Botsford Cancer Center in Farmington Hills. The firm won the Building Owners and Managers Association of Metro Detroit TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) Award in the medical category.

“Farbman Group is honored to have received this award, which we feel is a reflection of the excellent service that our medical real estate team delivers,” said Farbman Group chief executive officer Andrew Farbman, in a written statement.

The TOBY Awards ceremony, held Nov. 7 at Motor City Casino Sound Board, recognizes excellence in managers of commercial properties. The awards honor the best in sustainability, operational efficiency, tenant retention, emergency planning and community impact.