Levey Miller Maretz, LLC is a full service commercial real estate firm specializing in the sale and leasing of industrial, office, retail and investment properties throughout Connecticut.

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-Property Listings
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-Land for Sale
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-Market Analysis
-Lease Negotiation
-Disposition of Excess Space
-Commercial Property Management in CT
-Industrial Property Management in CT
-Marketing Feasibility Studies
-Investment Surveying
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  • Commercial Real Estate

    LMMRE is recognized as one of the leaders in retail, commercial sales and leasing, and site selection experts in Connecticut. Other commercial and retail services include exclusive tenant representation and market analyses, research, lease negotiation and disposition of excess space.

  • Property Management

    The difference between the best property management companies in CT and the rest is the ability to view the property from the ownership’s point of view. Levey Miller Maretz’s property management team does just that. Through extensive experience and training, we will maximize your return on investment.

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  • Fresh & Easy Closing 50 Stores In 3 Western States March 25, 2015
    The Fresh & Easy grocery chain, after struggling through bankruptcy and emerging under new ownership in 2013, has announced plans to close about 50 stores in California, Arizona and Nevada by April 3. The company will try to sell the stores and use the proceeds to develop new concepts, including 3,000 to 5,000-square-foot "fresh-food convenience sto […]
  • TOO MUCH, TOO FAST? Investment Markets Eyeing Free-Flowing Capital With Some Concern March 25, 2015
    As the San Diego City Employees’ Retirement System’s (SDCERS) board this past month debated putting an additional $30 million into JP Morgan’s Strategic Property Fund, a 100% core fund in which it already had invested $60 million, it had a major concern. JP Morgan’s Strategic Property Fund bought $3.45 billion in core properties last year and has a queue of […]
  • Investors Finding Ways To Reduce Risk in High Vacancy Office Building Buys March 25, 2015
    A spate of high vacancy office purchases this month seems to indicate that investors who are willing to take on more risk of high vacancy office buildings have found ways to hedge their bets. CoStar News first noted the trend towards buying vacancy in the third quarter of last year. While just a small fraction of overall investing currently, buying vacancy a […]
  • DTZ Hires Liss to Lead East Coast Offices March 25, 2015
    DTZ has hired leasing and marketing veteran Roberta Liss away from BECO Management to become president of its east region, which includes the firm's operations in Boston, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington, DC, Baltimore, Raleigh, Charlotte, Nashville, Atlanta and Florida. Based in the Washington, D.C. office, where she will serv […]
  • Starwood Project Spotlights Lodging Cycle Shift Into Supply Growth Mode March 25, 2015
    Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide will open a 245-room W Hotel in a 41-story tower in Bellevue, WA, as part of a $1.2 billion expansion of a mixed-use project in Lincoln Park by Kemper Development Co. The 1.5 million-square-foot Lincoln Park expansion -- part of what Kemper calls The Bellevue Collection, which includes Lincoln Square, Bellevue Square a […]
  • Micro Apartment Units Getting Macro Attention From Urban Developers March 25, 2015
    The swelling population of urban-dwelling millennials forming new households on a budget is boosting demand for micro-unit apartments, small studio rentals averaging about 380 square feet, almost all located within major CBDs. In 2013 and 2014, developers built about 1,000 micro units, with roughly 2,200 more either under construction or proposed. For now, t […]
  • Office Lease Up (Mar 23) Apple Moving to New Office Buildings at Main Street Cupertino March 23, 2015
    Apple Inc. signed a 260,000-square-foot lease at the Main Street Cupertino development in Cupertino, CA. The two office buildings currently under construction are part of a project that includes 130,000 square feet of retail space, an 120-unit apartment complex and the 180-unit Marriott Residence Hotel. Construction on the two 130,000-square-foot office buil […]
  • COPT Adds Pratt Street High-Rise to Portfolio March 20, 2015
    Columbia, MD-based Corporate Office Properties Trust (NYSE: OFC) secured a significant local investment with its acquisition of 250 W. Pratt St. in downtown Baltimore from TIER REIT Inc. for $63.5 million, or about $172 per square foot. The 24-story Pratt St. office building measures 368,200 square feet. Built in 1985, the building features a three-story, gl […]
  • Mall Giant Simon Raises Bid In 'Final Offer' For Macerich March 20, 2015
    Simon Property Group, Inc. today raised its offer for Macerich Co. by nearly 5% to $95.50 per share in cash and stock in what the nation's largest REIT described as its "best and final" offer. Santa Monica-based Macerich (NYSE: MAC) on Tuesday rejected Simon's first offer of $91 per share, arguing it undervalued the company and posed seri […]
  • Long Overlooked, Suburban Office Attracting Increased Investor Interest March 18, 2015
    After taking its lumps well into the ongoing office market recovery, suburban office property is finally garnering increased investor interest. As recently as January 2013, after rounds of corporate downsizing during and after the recession sent suburban office vacancy rates as high as 50% in some markets, analysts were writing the latest obituary of suburba […]

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  • CoStar's People of Note (Mar. 22 - 28) March 27, 2015
    It's time to update those contact managers with CoStar's People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week's issue includes the following markets: Washington DC, Dallas / Fort Worth, St. Louis, New York City, South Florida, Philadelphia, and Northern New Jersey. WASHINGTON DC DTZ Hires Liss to Lead East Coas […]
  • Century 21 Department Store Inks 72,000-SF Lease in Valley Stream March 24, 2015
    Premier off-price retailer Century 21 Department Store has signed a long-term lease for 72,266 square feet at Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream, NY. Expected to open in fall 2015, the two-story store will serve as the new department store anchor for the mall, located at 2034 West Circle Dr. in the Southern Nassau submarket of Long Island. Macerich acquired t […]
  • Prana Pays $10.5M for Bronx Multifamily March 19, 2015
    Diamond Clove, Inc. and Chatam Management Company, Inc. sold the 63-unit multifamily building at 2304 Sedgwick Ave. in Bronx, NY to Prana Investments for $10.5 million, or about $184,000 per unit. The six-story, 68,800-square-foot, mixed-use building is comprised of 57 residential units above six storefronts totaling 3,800 square feet. It was built in 1927 o […]

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  • CoStar's People of Note (Mar. 22 - 28) March 27, 2015
    It's time to update those contact managers with CoStar's People of Note, reporting news on significant new CRE hires and promotions. This week's issue includes the following markets: Washington DC, Dallas / Fort Worth, St. Louis, New York City, South Florida, Philadelphia, and Northern New Jersey. WASHINGTON DC DTZ Hires Liss to Lead East Coas […]
  • Shelbourne Global Solutions Pays $37 Million for Downtown Hartford High-Rise March 14, 2015
    Brooklyn, NY-based real estate and private equity investment firm Shelbourne Global Solutions earlier this week acquired a Class A office tower in downtown Hartford, CT from The Silverman Group for $36.85 million, or approximately $131 per square foot. The 18-story 100 Pearl St. high-rise was constructed in 1989 on the corner of Pearl and Trumbull Streets ne […]

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  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: 6 Ways to Encourage Healthy Living at an Apartment Community March 24, 2015
    OK, so I know it doesn’t feel like it, especially to those of us on the East Coast who are still walking around in our puffy jackets and fur-lined boots, but it is almost swimsuit season. Already. I know, it’s been months of pasta  and red wine and candy (though pasta has essential carbs and […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: 5 Ways to Give Your Community an Apple Watch Makeover March 10, 2015
    Yesterday Apple had a huge announcement where they gave more details about their soon-to-be-released Apple Watch. And now we all know what we’re going to do with that extra 10 grand we have laying around in our apartments, right? Well, time will tell whether the Apple Watch will go the way of Google Glass, and […]
  • Guest Post: Creating Active Adult Communities that Withstand the Test of Time March 6, 2015
    By David Smith, Florida Division President, AV Homes Baby boomers are known for their commitment to progress, and their pursuit of revolutionary new ideas. It is only fitting, then, that the generation that redefined activism decades ago is changing what it means to be an active adult today. As developers, managers, board members and property […]
  • Guest Blog: Active Adult Living: Marketing Amenities for Broad Appeal February 19, 2015
    By Michael Mendillo, President, FirstService Residential Mid-Atlantic For today’s active adult residents, a marketable and appealing community amenity is not what it used to be. In fact, it’s not one specific thing at all, unlike in the past when a top-notch golf course drove the formula for success. Now amenities are a different story altogether–a […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: 5 Ways You’re Infuriating Your Renters February 18, 2015
    Have you ever been minding your business on the subway, when, at the next stop, someone innocently sits across from you, and then, for some infuriating reason, starts clipping his nails? And even though you turn up your music and try to look anywhere but at that person, you hear the click of the clippers, […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: 50 Shades of Property Management February 13, 2015
    It’s Valentine’s Day on Saturday, which is a great time to show your residents you appreciate them. Are you searching for some ideas for something special to do at your community? Well, as you know, a little movie called Fifty Shades of Grey is coming out this weekend. And even though it’s a movie based on a book […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: Could Apartments Turn Down Anti-Vax Renters? February 11, 2015
    So, I’m going to see the band Bush in a few weeks. They were popular in the ’90s (and was my first concert, like, ever), and they’re totally back! I’m so excited! Do you know what’s also back? Flannel shirts. Oh, and measles. As I’m sure you’ve heard, even though it was considered eradicated in […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: The Problem With Some Amenities February 10, 2015
    Theoretically, you could have a community that is 100-percent leased even though it doesn’t offer any amenities. After all, amenities are just the icing—the “cake” of an apartment is a safe place where people can live. That’s all. And plenty of apartment buildings are just that—apartments with no frills. But, as we all know, the […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: Alternative Super Bowl Party Activities for Residents January 29, 2015
    It’s almost Super Bowl Sunday. I know, I don’t really care either. But it is a good excuse to have a fun event for your residents. If you’re like me and couldn’t tell a football from… a slightly deflated football and have no idea why this is an issue, then here are some alternative activities […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: Why You Should NOT Use Facebook at Your Community January 23, 2015
    It seems like everyone uses Facebook. You use it. I use it. Your weird aunt who still plays Candy Crush and keeps sending you requests to join for some reason uses it. So, it’s been pretty much decided in the apartment industry that it’s necessary to have a community Facebook (and Twitter, and, for some […]