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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  • Blackstone / DDR Acquire 71 Shopping Centers for $1.93 Bill October 20, 2014
    A joint venture between an affiliate of Blackstone and DDR Corp. closed on the $1.93 billion acquisition of 71 shopping centers previously owned by American Realty Capital Properties Inc. David J. Oakes, president and CFO of DDR, also disclosed that the joint venture is in discussions to flip a portion of the portfolio to one or more unidentified parties. Th […]
  • Walmart Cutting Back on Square Footage Growth October 20, 2014
    Wal-Mart Stores Inc. plans to scale back its large format store growth through fiscal year 2016 as it steps up its investments in e-commerce and opening smaller stores. Presenting its capital expenditure plans for the next fiscal year ending Jan. 31, 2016, Walmart said total capital spending is projected to range between $11.6 billion and $12.9 billion, incl […]
  • Sears Leasing Seven of its Stores to Primark October 20, 2014
    Struggling department store retailer Sears Holdings Corp. agreed to lease 520,000 square feet in seven of its standalone stores to Primark, a leading fashion retailer in Europe. Primark will also lease approximately 400,000 net square feet of retail space in Sears' mall-based stores located in the northeastern U.S. The space is expected to be delivered […]
  • CoStar's People of Note (Oct. 12 - 18) October 18, 2014
    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: New York City, South Florida, Boston, East Bay, Tampa / St. Petersburg, Los Angeles, Houston, Washington DC, Chicago, Austin, Phoenix, Seattle, and Orange County. […]
  • Lease Up (Oct. 20) Uber Keeps Foot On The Gas in San Francisco October 17, 2014
    By Bryce Meyers Uber Technologies hasn't hit the brakes in San Francisco quite yet as the American venture-funded transportation network company and creator of the Uber mobile app signed a long-term deal to lease 77,600 square feet at the Monadnock Building in the city's South Financial District. Acquired by Brookfield Office Properties (NYSE: BPY) […]
  • CBRE Names Global President, Debt & Structured Finance October 16, 2014
    CBRE selected Brian Stoffers as the Global President of its Debt & Structured Finance division. Based in the Houston office, Stoffers will look to unify the firm's Capital Markets business on a global scale as well as broaden the firm's Debt & Structured Finance services, which include global loan servicing, loan sale advisory and investmen […]
  • Economists Predict Steady CRE Growth Ahead Despite Undercurrents of Global Turmoil October 15, 2014
    A consensus survey of economists and analysts convened by the Urban Land Institute and EY Real Estate predicts solid but not spectacutar returns for U.S. real estate investors as moderate economic growth supports a steady strengthening in commercial real estate capital markets and fundamentals over the next three years. The latest Urban Land Institute/EY Rea […]
  • Spec Developers Scouring Markets for New Warehouse Sites October 15, 2014
    After seeing several quarters of robust leasing and little in the way of new construction, developers are buying up land for new projects to support the future growth of the U.S. warehouse and logistics market. Only 46 warehouse buildings measuring 500,000 square feet or larger were available for lease in major U.S. markets, and many markets lack a single av […]
  • After Renewing Anchor Tenant, Mani Bros. Sells 801 Tower for $177.2M in Los Angeles October 15, 2014
    Cornerstone Real Estate Advisers LLC acquired the 801 Tower at 801 S. Figueroa St. in Los Angeles from Mani Brothers Real Estate Group immediately after the seller renewed the building's anchor tenant, law firm Manning & Kass, Ellrod, Ramirez, Trester, for 80,328 square feet. Cornerstone purchased the 25-story, 458,570-square-foot office tower for $ […]
  • CRE Property Enjoying Increasingly Broad-based Pricing Growth October 15, 2014
    Boosted by better than expected job growth, investor demand for commercial property continued to outstrip supply across major property types through August of this year, according to the latest CoStar Commercial Repeat Sale Index (CCRSI) released this week. With most markets seeing tighter vacancy rates and rising property prices, the two broadest measures o […]

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  • Newtown Medical Office I LLC Secures $4.8M October 21, 2014
    Newtown Medical Office I LLC secured $4.84 million in financing for its medical office building at 164 Mount Pleasant Rd. in Newtown, CT. Washington Trust’s Commercial Real Estate Group arranged the financing for the borrower. Set to complete construction in September 2015, the two-story medical building is comprised of 25,806 rentable square feet. More than […]
  • CoStar's People of Note (Oct. 12 - 18) October 18, 2014
    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: New York City, South Florida, Boston, East Bay, Tampa / St. Petersburg, Los Angeles, Houston, Washington DC, Chicago, Austin, Phoenix, Seattle, and Orange County. […]
  • Market Trend: Westchester / Southern Connecticut Office Vacancy Decreases to 13.0% October 17, 2014
    The Westchester/SoConn Office market ended the third quarter 2014 with a vacancy rate of 13.0%. The vacancy rate was down over the previous quarter, with net absorption totaling positive 498,850 square feet in the third quarter. That compares to negative 74,119 square feet in the second quarter 2014. Vacant sublease space decreased in the quarter, ending the […]
  • Houlihan-Parnes Arranges $13.2M Financing Deal for Taconic Corp Park October 15, 2014
    Kelly Houlihan-Buckely and James J. Houlihan at Houlihan-Parnes Realtors LLC arranged an acquisition loan and credit facility totaling $13.2 million for two properties located at 2649 and 2651 Strang Blvd. in Yorktown Heights, NY. The interest-only loan was provided by a local bank and carries a 3.875% interest rate and a three-year term. The loan features a […]
  • First Niagara Bank Leases 30,000 at Tarrytown Corp Ctr October 13, 2014
    First Niagara Bank has leased 30,000 square feet of second-floor space in the Tarrytown Corporate Center at 520 White Plains Rd. in Tarrytown, NY. The bank plans to move approximately 75 employees from its Nyack location by the end of this year after a build out of the space is completed. The six-story office building totals 155,000 square feet and was built […]
  • Bronx Office Sold for $5M October 8, 2014
    Chestnut Holdings of New York, Inc. acquired the office building at 448-452 E. 149th St. in Bronx, NY from Visage Realty, Inc. for $5 million, or about $183 per square foot. The four-story, 27,348-square-foot property was constructed in 1931 on two-tenths of an acre in the Bronx submarket. The asset was just 36 percent leased at the time of sale. Sharone Bar […]
  • Planned Parenthood Buys Stamford Office October 8, 2014
    Planned Parenthood of Southern New England acquired the office building at 35 6th St. in Stamford, CT from Inglis Chiropractic Center for $2.4 million, or about $300 per square foot. The 8,060-square-foot property, which had been on the market for nearly a year, is near the Stamford Central Business District and across the street from the Ridgeway Shopping C […]

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  • Taurus Investment Holdings Obtains $24 Million Refi of Newington Commons October 20, 2014
    Taurus Investment Holdings secured $24 million in refinancing for the Newington Commons at 196 Kitts Ln. in Newington, CT. Keith Braddish, managing director of NorthMarq Capital's New York metro-based office, arranged the financing for the 189,864-square-foot Stop N' Shop-anchored shopping center, which also houses Bob's Stores, Party City, Pe […]
  • CoStar's People of Note (Oct. 12 - 18) October 18, 2014
    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: New York City, South Florida, Boston, East Bay, Tampa / St. Petersburg, Los Angeles, Houston, Washington DC, Chicago, Austin, Phoenix, Seattle, and Orange County. […]
  • Beacon Communities Acquires Rolling Green Apts. for $30.3 Million October 14, 2014
    Boston-based Beacon Communities purchased the Rolling Green Apts. in Amherst, MA from Equity Residential for $30.25 million, or approximately $148,000 per square foot. Rolling Green Apts. consists of 16 two-story buildings positioned on a 26-acre site immediately east of downtown Amherst and the UMass Amherst campus. The garden-style apartment community offe […]
  • BAG Investments Pays $48.2 Million for The Ledges October 9, 2014
    Culver City, CA-based BAG Investments expanded its East Coast holdings with the acquisition of The Ledges, a 339-unit garden-style community located on the shores of Long Island South in Groton, CT. The firm secured the asset for $48.2 million, or approximately $142,000 per unit. The Ledges delivered at 11 Ledgewood Rd. just off I-95 in the New London Multif […]

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  • 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 […]
  • What Renters Want with Jessica Fiur: The Simpsons, Family Guy and Multifamily Community Outreach September 30, 2014
    You are either a Simpsons fan, or a Family Guy fan. Sure, they both have similar premises, and they’ve both been running forever. But The Simpsons used to be is clever and offers an endless supply of quotable lines (ex: “You’ll have to speak up! I’m wearing a towel!”), while Family Guy is meaner and […]
  • Guest Blog: Tackling Seismic Retrofits September 29, 2014
    By Homer Yim, Territorial Manager, Simpson Strong-Tie Twenty-five years ago, the Loma Prieta earthquake struck the San Francisco Bay Area. Lasting only seconds, the quake measured 6.9 on the Richter scale and left thousands of residents homeless. The images were unforgettable: Neighborhoods on fire, failing bridges, and homes in the Marina District collapsin […]
  • ‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: Are You Doing This Crucial Step for New Employees? September 18, 2014
    In high school, I got a job at a well-known undergarment chain store at the mall as a sales associate. My first day at work, I was given a tape measure to wear around my neck and was told to stand in the front of the store. I knew nothing about the different fabric or […]
  • ‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: Using U2′s New Album Strategy for Multifamily September 11, 2014
    A lot of new and surprising things were revealed during Apple’s announcement this week, besides the fact that we’re all throwing out our current functioning phones to get the iPhone 6 (which is neither new nor surprising, but rather old news, and, at this point, frankly a cliche): We can soon pay for everything with […]
  • Guest Blog: Leading the Pack: Technology Trends that Give Multifamily Executives the Modern Edge September 5, 2014
    By Nat Kunes, Vice President of Product, AppFolio Property Manager In today’s competitive market, multifamily professionals need to bring their “A” game. While the market ebbs and flows, finding the best team to run your business and making the most cost-effective decisions are always going to be essential components of a strong business strategy. Making sur […]
  • ‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: Kids of Today’s Renters are Tomorrow’s Renters. Here’s How to Get Them. September 4, 2014
    When many apartment marketing teams put together their marketing plans, they usually target adults. OK, sometimes student housing communities will target the students, but really, even then it’s mostly to their parents. But why shouldn’t they? Adults are the ones with the money. Why bother marketing to kids? After all, they’re noisy and messy and […]
  • ‘What Renters Want’ with Jessica Fiur: 5 Reasons Renting Trumps Owning (As Told by a Former Renter) August 25, 2014
    To [poorly] paraphrase that old commercial for bald guys, “I’m not just an editor for a multifamily publication, I’m also a renter.” Or, at least I was. Recently, I bought a house. So, bye bye, renting, at least for the foreseeable future, and, hello, bright pink walls if I so choose (not that my husband […]
  • Guest Blog: Green Amenities for Multi-Housing: Plug-in Electric Vehicle Chargers August 18, 2014
    By Christine Kehoe, Executive Director, California Plug-In Electric Vehicle Collaborative Chances are you’ve seen a plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) on the road, parked at the mall, or even driving in your neighborhood. These days, it’s not uncommon. There are more than 234,000 PEVs in the nation and many vehicle models from which people can choose. […]