MinnesotaOffice Kraus-Anderson corporate HQ wins Minneapolis BOMA award February 18, 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email The Building Owners and Managers Association of Greater Minneapolis has honored Kraus-Anderson’s new corporate headquarters as Outstanding Building of the Year in the 100,000-square-foot to 249,999-square-foot category. BOMA’s “Toby Award” recognizes excellence in office building management. KA transformed its former corporate headquarters with a surface parking lot into a comprehensive, mixed-use block in East Town Minneapolis featuring hospitality, dining and housing options. Completed in the fall of 2017, the new five-story, 110,000 square foot office space consolidated three offices into one collaborative workspace. Amenities include a fitness center, cafeteria, lounge areas, heated underground parking and a Kraus-Anderson University learning space. The high-tech environment brought together employees from around the Twin Cities. The building earned LEED Silver certification and Excel Energy’s 2018 High Performance Building Award for its sustainability and energy efficiency. The KA Headquarters is part of the legacy project of the KA Block that transformed the block in the Elliot Park neighborhood which KA has called home since the 1940s. The new headquarters is attracting new talent to the area and transforming the neighborhood into a booming destination in Minneapolis.