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.

Levey Miller Maretz Property management website can be visited by Clicking here. Owners and tenants at our properties can put in work orders, and almost every property can pay rent and common fees through the online portal! Call or email your manager with questions!

Our Services

-Property Listings
-Real Estate Brokerage
-Real Estate Consulting
-Commercial/Industrial Real Estate
-Land for Sale
-Exclusive Tenant Representation
-Market Analysis
-Lease Negotiation
-Disposition of Excess Space
-Commercial Property Management in CT
-Industrial Property Management in CT
-Marketing Feasibility Studies
-Investment Surveying
-Tax Appeal Assistance

Our Services
Property Management
  • 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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  • End of the Line for Toys R Us as Retailer Plans to Close Remaining Stores Totaling About 38M-SF March 15, 2018
    Beloved by kids and landlords but largely shunned by consumers this past holiday shopping season, Toys R Us officially announced this morning that it was calling it quits and would wind down operations, closing its remaining 735 stores in operation encompassing an estimate 29.3 million square feet of mostly big box retail space. The Wayne, […]
  • Fed Sees Record Fourth Quarter Flow of Funds into Multifamily Sector March 15, 2018
    Even as analysts wonder how much momentum remains behind the long run in the current multifamily 'golden age,' the sector remains awash in capital after a record amount of money flowed into the multifamily sector in the fourth quarter to cap a record year. All told, capital sources pumped $174.9 billion into multifamily debt in […]
  • Grocery-Anchored Centers Remain Choice of Retail Investors, Despite Growing Competition, Investment Risk March 14, 2018
    Sales of U.S. grocery anchored shopping centers rose more than 5% in 2017, bucking the trend of declining trading volume across most major types of commercial property last year as investors poured into the grocery sector seeking to take advantage of its near-legendary income reliability. Neighborhood centers anchored by supermarkets and other grocery retailers have […]
  • Brookfield Sells 50% Stake in Bay Adelaide March 13, 2018
    A buyer from the United Kingdom has paid $850 million to acquire a 50 percent stake in the Bay Adelaide Centre in what is the largest commercial real estate deal year to date in 2018, CoStar News can confirm. Property transfer documents indicate VPMA Bay Adelaide Property Ltd. acquired a 50 percent interest in the […]
  • Blackstone REIT Expands 'Last-Mile' Warehouse Holdings with $1.8 Billion Portfolio Purchase March 12, 2018
    Blackstone Real Estate Income Trust, Inc. (BREIT) announced it has successfully closed on a $1.8 billion transaction to acquire a 22 million-square-foot portfolio consisting of 146 infill warehouse and distribution properties across the country. Known as the Canyon Industrial Portfolio, the properties were sold by a pair of funds sponsored by Boston-based Cabot Properties: Cabot […]
  • REITs, Construction Industry React to Tariffs, Warn Rising Construction Costs Could Cancel Projects March 9, 2018
    Higher steel and aluminum prices resulting from proposed tariffs will likely result in higher costs for new projects such as this new office building in Washington, DC. President Donald Trump's plan to impose steep tariffs on steel and aluminum imports have sparked rising concern and dire warnings this week from architects, contractors, REITs and real […]
  • The Amazon Effect: What Would Happen to Apartment Rents if Your City is Picked for HQ2? March 8, 2018
    If Amazon picks your city for its new co-headquarters, what impact would it have on your local apartment market? CoStar’s quantitative research team applied a new forecasting model that predicts how the projected 50,000 new jobs Amazon is expected to generate would affect apartment demand, rent growth and rental property values based on historical apartment […]
  • Newmark Adds Capital Markets, Valuation Execs as Part of Aggressive Growth Strategy Following IPO March 7, 2018
    Newmark Knight Frank has named real estate finance veteran Anthony Orso to integrate its recently acquired Berkeley Point Capital agency lending business with ARA, Newmark's multifamily sales advisory operation. Newmark Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: NMRK) Wednesday announced a pair of moves following the recent spin-off of its real estate service unit in an IPO late last […]
  • Senior Housing Sector Suffering Effects from Recent Supply Glut March 7, 2018
    Brookdale Guadalupe River Plaza in Kerryville, TX. Credit: Brookdale Senior Living With apologies to The Rolling Stones, the senior housing sector knows that 'Time is on its Side,' but right now it 'Can't Get No Satisfaction.' The problem facing the sector in a nutshell is too much senior housing stock added in too short a […]
  • Ivanhoé Cambridge Appoints 25-Year Veteran Palladitcheff as President March 6, 2018
    Pictured: Nathalie Palladitcheff, the new president of Ivanhoé Cambridge.Ivanhoé Cambridge has a new president, appointing 25-year finance and real estate industry veteran Nathalie Palladitcheff to the position that makes her one of the highest-ranking women in Canadian commercial real estate. The subsidiary of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec has more than $60 […]

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  • Roche Site Redeveloper Preaches Office Transformation March 9, 2018
    James Hughes (pictured, left), professor and former dean of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University, was the keynote speaker Monday night at the Suburban Revitalization Forum held by Prism Capital Partners on ON3's campus in Nutley, NJ. Gene Diaz (right), principal partner with Prism, spoke at the session.
  • 300,000-SF Logistics Facility to Rise Near JFK Airport March 7, 2018
    The Terminal Logistics Center at 130-24 S. Conduit Ave. will provide vertical logistics to the JFK Air Cargo Market when it delivers in 2020.Rendering courtesy of Craft Architects. A joint venture of Tri
  • FactSet Signs 173,000-SF Lease in The Towers March 6, 2018
    FactSet, a CT-based financial data company, has signed a lease for 173,164 square feet at The Towers office building at 45 Glover Ave. in Norwalk, CT. The company will relocate its global headquarters from its current location at the Merritt 7 Office Complex in Norwalk in a move that is expected to occur in the […]
  • Industrial Portfolio in Meriden Sells for $18M March 6, 2018
    Sky Management Corp acquired the industrial buildings at 160 Corporate Ct. and 550 Research Pky. in Meriden, CT. New York Life Insurance Company sold the portfolio for $18 million, or about $31 per square foot. The single-story warehouse and distribution buildings total 579,426 square feet and feature heavy power, fenced lots, building signage, clear heights […]
  • Fallas Paredes Takes 50,000 SF in Bridgeport February 28, 2018
    Fallas Paredes, a Los Angeles-based discount retailer, has signed a lease for 50,000 square feet in the Shoppers Fair Plaza at 180 Boston Ave. in Bridgeport, CT. The 193,694-square-foot retail center delivered in 1954 on 11.8 acres. Other tenants in the shopping center include Price Rite and Modell's Sporting Goods. William Cafero of Charter Realty […]
  • Source Marketing Takes 12,000 SF in Wilton February 28, 2018
    Source Marketing, a Norwalk-based marketing consultant, has signed a lease for 11,758 square feet at 187 Danbury Rd. in Milton, CT. The three-story office building delivered in 1978, underwent renovations in 1988, and totals 137,000 square feet. The property sits on 9.9 acres and has 343 parking spaces. Stephen Baker and Adam Klimek of Cushman […]
  • Calare Properties Acquires 917,000-SF Flex Bldg February 23, 2018
    Calare Properties, Inc., a Hudson, MA-based real estate owner, has purchased the flex building located at 5 Research Pky in Wallingford, CT for $5 million, or almost $5.50 per square foot, from Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. The five-story flex building delivered in 1985 and totals 916,601 square feet on 180 acres in New Haven County. Jack […]

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  • Affirmed Housing Breaks Ground on San Jose Community March 16, 2018
    The project will be developed for formerly homeless individuals and include a temporary housing section, which will accommodate 20 people waiting for permanent housing.
  • Trump Condos Lose Ground to Amenitized Assets March 16, 2018
    A new study from CityRealty examines Trump-branded residential buildings in Manhattan and the speed at which their value decreased following Trump’s run for the White House.
  • Lynd Appoints New Leaders March 16, 2018
    The multifamily property management company has named David Lynd as president & CEO, Ken Miller as COO and Matt Merritt as CFO.
  • FLF Holdings Buys FL Community for $111M March 16, 2018
    The firm has received $76 million in financing for the acquisition of a 900-unit property in Bradenton, Fla. The 10-year, fixed-rate loan was secured through Freddie Mac’s CME program.
  • How Do Renters Rate Your On-Site Management? March 16, 2018
    Do your residents feel like operations at the community run smoothly? MHN and Kingsley Associates partner to find out what property managers are doing right—or wrong.
  • PCCP Provides $24M for NV Community March 16, 2018
    The Calida Group plans to renovate Hampton Garden in Summerlin-Spring Valley, a Las Vegas submarket. The 18-year-old property includes 180 units in 16 buildings.
  • JV Nabs 300-Unit Orlando Property March 16, 2018
    Robbins Property Associates and LEM acquired Art Avenue, which spreads across 11 buildings and features a business center, a swimming pool and 350 parking spaces.
  • Economy Watch: Most Office Space Under Construction Already Preleased March 16, 2018
    More than half of new construction is preleased in all but one of the top-10 markets for construction activity, according to CBRE's latest MarketFlash report.
  • Is Cold Storage Heating Up? March 16, 2018
    The increase in online grocery sales will generate demand for as much as 35 million square feet of U.S. cold-storage space within the next seven years, according to a new report from CBRE.
  • Capstone Expands TX Management Portfolio March 16, 2018
    The firm will manage two recently traded Class C communities in Houston and Waco, totaling 315 units across 27 buildings.