Fortis Property Group, Headed by Louis Kestenbaum, Remains Active in Real Estate Acquisitions, Development

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Fortis Property Group leaders, Joel and Louis Kestenbaum, offer insight on their current success.

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successful commercial real estate projects are no secret. They start with a combination of careful attention, analysis and insight into market dynamics.

The Fortis Property Group, LLC today announced that in the past several years, the Group’s real estate portfolio has grown to include more than a score of properties - - including office, industrial and residential properties.

In total, Fortis is involved in approximately 8 million square feet of property primarily in the Northeastern U. S. and in Texas - - through acquisition, development, management and/or investment.

According to Fortis’ leaders, Louis Kestenbaum, Chairman and Joel Kestenbaum, President, Fortis has bought and/or developed more than $3 billion of commercial real estate in the U.S. since 2005.

Fortis also holds a portfolio of properties in the United Kingdom and elsewhere overseas. While the Company primarily focuses on Class A Office properties, it has acquired and currently operates and develops other asset classes including residential, retail and industrial.

Commenting on the company’s track record, Louis and Joel Kestenbaum noted that “successful commercial real estate projects are no secret.”

“They start with a combination of careful attention, analysis and insight into market dynamics. Strong relationships with dominant capital market brokers also are key. And Fortis also pursues best-in-class office properties with value-add opportunities through a consistent, carefully-crafted strategy.”

The Fortis Property Group, LLC operates, invests in and develops real estate properties. Its real estate projects include the ownership and management of office and industrial space and residential units.

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