We manage the design and construction of complex real estate projects from beginning to end, handling every detail to ensure a successful, on-budget outcome. Our construction and development services range from fitting out individual tenant spaces, to complete property renovations, to expansions and full redevelopments.
We are adept at managing the governmental approval process for redevelopments, including coordination of land use attorneys, architects, engineers, and other professionals needed to obtain approvals from various boards and agencies.
When it comes to landlord work for a new tenant, we provide preliminary budgets based on our knowledge of current construction pricing, and competitively bid the work once the lease is being finalized.
Our tenant coordination personnel monitor construction and signage plan submissions, ensuring that tenants obtain proper permits for their work and provide adequate insurance for their contractors. We strive to assist tenants in expediting their work so they can get their businesses open and the rental income started for the property owner.
Large Scale Projects
Our construction team manages large-scale capital improvement projects, such as re-roofing and parking lot refurbishments. We ensure work is completed on time and within budget, and with minimal disruption to a property’s day-to-day operations.
When National RE/sources retained Levin Management as exclusive retail marketing and leasing agent for Phase I of Edgewater Harbor – a new mixed-use redevelopment on a former Unilever R&D campus – we set out to attract a diverse tenant mix and establish an environment where consumers from throughout the region would want to shop.
Capitol Plaza in Ewing, N.J. fell on hard times when thoroughfare traffic was permanently diverted from its main road and its two-story anchor tenant went bankrupt. For several years, a flea market served as the center’s anchor.
1998: When Levin assumed this assignment, the center had a closed Bradlees and Superfresh grocery store. Located at the heavily traveled intersection of US 1 and US 130, and passed by more than 100,000 vehicles each day, Levin analyzed the trade area – located at the heavily traveled intersection of US 1 and US 130, and passed by more than 100,000 vehicles each day – and determined that there was a need for more junior anchor space users than a large anchor space.