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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  • 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.

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    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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  • Office Lease Up (Jan. 26) AmSurg Signs for 222,000-SF South Florida HQs January 26, 2015
    AmSurg Corp. entered into an office lease with an affiliate of Torburn Partners for 222,000 square feet in Sunrise, Florida, for the headquarters of the company’s Physician Services Division. The company expects to occupy 167,000 square feet of office space at 8000 W. Sunrise Blvd. by Sept. 1, 2016 and an additional 55,000 square feet commencing May 1, 2017. […]
  • Brookfield to Establish Global Facilities Management Business January 23, 2015
    Brookfield Asset Management Inc. has reached an agreement to acquire the other 50% of its Canadian and Australian facilities management businesses from Johnson Controls Inc. for $200 million. The acquisition will facilitate a merger with its wholly owned businesses in the Middle-East and South America as part of a broader plan to create the leading global fa […]
  • CoStar's People of Note (Jan. 18 - 24) January 23, 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: Dallas / Ft. Worth, New York City, Denver, Orange County, Orlando, Chicago, Atlanta, San Diego, and Philadelphia. NEW YORK CITY, DENVER and DALLAS / FORT WORTH CB […]
  • IRET Escalating Portfolio Sale Following Oil Price Plunge January 23, 2015
    Sensitive to dramatically depressed oil prices and seeing a decline in net operating income, Minot, ND-based REIT Investors Real Estate Trust this morning announced it will consider selling substantially all of its commercial office and retail properties to focus on its multifamily and health care segments, the property sectors where it has done most of its […]
  • CRE Mezz Debt Market Heats Up on Rising Construction, Refi Activity January 22, 2015
    From REITs to the largest private-equity and hedge funds, major players in the real estate capital markets are responding to a growing appetite for mezzanine debt at current attractive interest rates to recapitalize existing loans and fund new construction projects. Driving the surge in demand for mezzanine debt are the growing number of investors searching […]
  • CBRE Makes Moves To Burnish Retail Business With New Sales Director and Texas Acquisition January 22, 2015
    CBRE Group made a pair of moves this week signaling it intends to become a bigger player in the retail property sector, which ended 2014 on a high note with increased demand, falling vacancies and rising construction across the U.S. On Wednesday, CBRE recruited former DDR chief investment officer Mark E. Bratt to head up its retail investment business throug […]
  • TruAmerica Acquires SoCal Apartment Portfolio for $482 Million January 22, 2015
    A partnership of TruAmerica Multifamily and a syndicate of institutional investors led by Guardian Life Insurance Co. and Allstate has acquired a 14-property apartment portfolio for $482 million. The sale of the properties totaling 2,669 units by Newport Beach, CA-based JH Real Estate Partners, Inc. represents the largest multifamily asset purchase in Southe […]
  • Lenders, Analysts Keeping Close Watch On CRE Portfolios in Energy Markets January 21, 2015
    Lenders say they are becoming more cautious in their lending approach on commercial real estate in energy-related markets following the rapid decline in the price of oil this winter, even as they confirm that supply and demand fundamentals remain in check as anecdotal evidence indicates the drop in the price of crude is cooling off formerly white-hot markets […]
  • Strong Rebound in REIT IPO Activity Expected in 2015 January 21, 2015
    Following a year in which only six new REITs launched initial public offerings (IPOs), 2015 is already off to a strong start with seven new REITs in various stages of formation. The newest batch will include a pair of new energy REITs, InfraREIT Inc. and Windstream, plus a a new casino property REIT from Caesars Entertainment; a mortgage REIT from Ladder Cap […]
  • Contractor Survey: Construction Job Growth Could Reach 10-Year High In 2015 January 21, 2015
    Rising demand for private-market development projects should drive construction firm growth in 2015, according to an industry survey released today by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC). Eighty percent of construction firms responding to the survey plan to expand their payrolls this year while only 7% expect to reduce headcounts, according t […]

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  • Market Trend: Westchester / Southern Connecticut Office Vacancy Decreases to 12.9% January 23, 2015
    The Westchester/So Conn. Office market ended the fourth quarter 2014 with a vacancy rate of 12.9%. The vacancy rate was down over the previous quarter, with net absorption totaling positive 575,189 square feet in the fourth quarter. That compares to positive 487,413 square feet in the third quarter 2014. Vacant sublease space decreased in the quarter, ending […]
  • CoStar's People of Note (Jan. 18 - 24) January 23, 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: Dallas / Ft. Worth, New York City, Denver, Orange County, Orlando, Chicago, Atlanta, San Diego, and Philadelphia. NEW YORK CITY, DENVER and DALLAS / FORT WORTH CB […]
  • Sklow Joins Keystone Property as VP of Development and Leasing January 20, 2015
    Keystone Property Group, a developer, manager and investor in the office, industrial and mixed-use markets, has hired Thomas J. Sklow as vice president of development and leasing. In his new role, Sklow will be responsible for overseeing Keystone's tri-state portfolio of office properties in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. He will be tasked with t […]
  • Jarden Leases 31,217 SF for New Corporate Offices January 16, 2015
    Jarden Corp. leased 30,000 square feet for its new corporate offices at Merritt 7 Corporate Park, the six-building, 1.4 million-square-foot Class-A office park in Norwalk, CT. Jarden, a Fortune 500 consumer products company, will occupy the entire fifth floor of Clarion Partners’ Building 301. Jarden will move to Merritt 7 from 555 Theodore Fremd Ave. in Rye […]
  • DLC Mgmt Corp Pays $48.3M for Poughkeepsie Retail Ctr January 14, 2015
    DLC Management Corp., a private retail real estate company, acquired The Shops at South Hills in Poughkeepsie, NY from Vornado Realty Trust for $48.3 million, or about $93 per square foot. The 518,969-square-foot power center was constructed in 1979 on 71 acres in the Fishkill submarket of Dutchess County, about halfway between Albany and New York City. The […]
  • Historic Post Office Sells for $4.3M January 14, 2015
    Cappelli Enterprises, Inc. acquired the U.S. Post Office building at 421 Atlantic St. in Stamford, CT for $4.3 million, or about $101 per square foot, from the United States Postal Service. The buyer, who owns the adjacent multifamily development, plans to convert the property into a lobby to include retail space. The 42,668-square-foot historic building was […]
  • Kushner Closes on Astoria Multifamily Portfolio January 13, 2015
    RockFarmer Capital and CapRock Real Estate LLC have sold a four-building, 143-unit multifamily portfolio on Long Island to Kushner Companies for $51 million, or about $357,000 per unit. The pre-war walkups are located at 21-80 and 21-81 38th St. and 23-05 and 23-15 30th Ave. in Astoria, NY. The portfolio includes a mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartm […]

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  • CoStar's People of Note (Jan. 18 - 24) January 23, 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: Dallas / Ft. Worth, New York City, Denver, Orange County, Orlando, Chicago, Atlanta, San Diego, and Philadelphia. NEW YORK CITY, DENVER and DALLAS / FORT WORTH CB […]
  • GTJ Acquires Connecticut Lottery Complex in Rocky Hill January 20, 2015
    West Hempstead, NY-based GTJ REIT secured its first investment in 2015 with the acquisition of 777 Brook St., a 92,500-square-foot complex fully leased and occupied by Connecticut Lottery Corp. through May 2023. The facility was completed in 1969 on 12 acres in the Rocky Hill Industrial submarket of Hartford. Retrofitted and renovated for Connecticut Lottery […]

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  • 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 […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: Property Management Lessons from the Golden Globes January 12, 2015
    Did you watch the Golden Globes last night? If you missed it, you missed out. There were gorgeous movie stars, gorgeous dresses, flowing champagne, George Clooney in a tuxedo and property management lessons. Seriously. In case you missed it, here are some property management lessons I gleaned from watching the awards show. Go for mass […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: Goodbye, 2014: Apartment Trends We’re So Over December 30, 2014
    As a real estate editor, I see my fair share of apartment trends. Some are pretty awesome—guest suites! package management systems! Frozen sing-alongs! [insert some pun here to 'let it go.' I'm not feeling creative]. But for some trends, well, can’t we just “let them go” already? (Yes! Nailed it!) I’m sure some people still love […]
  • ‘The Accidental Economist’ with Jack Kern: Oil Prices Slip Sliding Away December 29, 2014
    I think in many respects being an economist means you look at things the same way an urban planner does but with a much longer time horizon. A planner thinks about what initiatives make the city better today. An economist thinks about what is happening now that will affect what the city will look like, […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: The Importance of Package Management December 10, 2014
    Packages. They’re not something we normally think about, until we’re waiting to get one. (And, since it’s the holiday season now, it seems like all the time.) It doesn’t seem like that sexy of an amenity. I mean, give me a virtual golf simulator, a concierge that can get me restaurant reservations, hell, even a […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: Celebrating Thanksgiving at Your Student Housing Communities November 21, 2014
    It’s that time of year. Time for turkey, stuffing, and young adults coming home to their parents’ house with a mountain of dirty laundry. Around Thanksgiving, many students head home, which will probably leave your student housing community pretty empty in the coming week. Before everyone clears out for the holiday, here are some things […]
  • Guest Blog: Canada vs. The United States: Comparing Student Housing Markets November 7, 2014
    By Darren Vanecko, President, Places4Students.com Over the past decade, the student housing market in the United States has been rapidly expanding with the boom of purpose-built student housing. With each passing year, the number of student housing bed deliveries seems to be increasing alongside enrollment rates. The same, however, cannot be said about Canad […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: Should Your Community Have a Guest Suite? November 6, 2014
    There are amenities, and then there are amenities. Sure, gyms and car changing stations and swimming pools are all well and good. But what about a guest suite? An amenity that will prevent that weirdo friend from college (whom you haven’t talked to in 15 years but is going to be in town and wants […]
  • Guest Blog: How to Prepare your Rental Property for a Safe and Fun Halloween October 21, 2014
    By Nicoleta Iudean Halloween—the most fang-tastic celebration of the year—is just around the corner. Most of your residents, both kids and grownups, will keep busy these days with choosing the spookiest costumes, buying sweets, carving pumpkins and putting up creepy decorations in their apartments. On the other hand, you—as a landlord or property manager—fac […]
  • Guest Blog: Fighting Fire with Planning, Preparation and Communication: What Multifamily Managers Need to Know October 7, 2014
    By Brian Taylor, Executive Director, Talega Maintenance Corporation, Managed by FirstService Residential Managers of multifamily properties face critical challenges every day. They perform multiple tasks simultaneously, proactively assessing and enacting strategies to improve property features and systems, developing and implementing marketing plans and reac […]