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Thomas Hill: George M. Brooker Award


Thomas L. Hill, RPA began his career in real estate over 40 years ago, serving in various line and supervisory positions with Uris Buildings Corporation and later with Paramount Group, Inc.

In 1985, he joined Boston Properties, Inc. and has since risen through executive positions before becoming Senior Vice President for its New York Property Management Department.

Mr Hill oversees property management and tenant relations including 601 Lexington Avenue, 599 Lexington Avenue, 399 Park Avenue, 7 Times Square, 767 Fifth Avenue, 540 Madison Avenue, 510 Madison Avenue, 5 Times Square, 90 Church Street and Boston Properties newest development at 250 W 55th Street.

Mr. Hill holds certifications and licenses including an RPA, NYCFD Refrigeration Engineer, and NYCFD Fire Safety Director.

He has been a member of BOMA since 1986 and has served in multiple executive functions with BOMA NY since 2007. Beginning this January, he will serve as President of BOMA-NY for the 2014/2015 term.

Mr. Hill currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Realty Advisory Board on Labor Relations, Inc. (RAB), the Management Division Board of Directors of The Real Estate Board of New York, and the RAB/IUOE Local 94 Joint Board of Trustees for the Engineers Welfare, Annuity and Training programs.

He was the Co-Chair of the Fire Protection Technical Committee as part of the NYC Department of Buildings/RE Industry task force to revise the building code and has worked extensively with FDNY on several initiatives to write the study manual and test questions for Certificate of Fitness credentials concerning fire protection system maintenance/testing and life safety.

He is active with a number of industry and civic groups including Outreach, Hamilton Madison House and Two Bridges Neighborhood Council.

The George M. Brooker Award honors the memory of the first Vice President for REBNY’s Management Division.

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