Steve is a graduate of Lehigh University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing and Economics. Steve started his commercial real estate career right out of college in 1989 and subsequently joined Marcus & Millichap in 1998. Steve specializes in arranging the acquisition and disposition of shopping centers and single-tenant properties throughout the country. He is a member of the firm's Seven-Figure Club, earned nine Sales Achievement Awards, and five National Achievement Awards.
Some notable recent closings have included a $37 million ShopRite Portfolio in New York , the Utopia Center, a $51.7 million mixed-use property in Queens, New York, a $23.3 million Winn Dixie portfolio, Washington Bridge Plaza, a $20 million shopping center in Fort Lee (Bergen County) New Jersey, a $19.5 million Value City distribution center in Columbus, Ohio, Berkeley Commons, a $19.2 million shopping center in North Carolina, a $14.9 million AT&T Office Facility in Dallas, Texas, a $14.3 million Tire Kingdom portfolio, a $13.8 million retail strip center in Brooklyn (Park Slope), New York, a $10.5 million Lowes Home Improvement store in West Virginia, and a $7.5 million Home Depot in West Virginia. Steve has also worked on large single-tenant properties and portfolios on a national scale including Walgreens, Wendy’s, and KFC.
Some examples of recent supermarket anchored shopping centers include: St Albans, West Virginia, under-contract (250,000 Sq.Ft.) and Mars, Pennsylvania, just closed ($10.4 Million).
Fresh Meadows, NY
Long Island, NY
Fort Lee, NJ
Slingerlands/Bethlehem (Albany MSA), NY
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Port Saint Lucie, FL