Sutton Real Estate has been featured as an “Economic Champion” because of its’ success in adding jobs, expanding its’ products and services, gaining national recognition and contributing to the success of the region.
“Established in 1933, Sutton Real Estate Company is an experienced, full-service, independent company in the region. Its team of experts is dedicated to delivering high-quality service to a diverse client base in every discipline: property management, brokerage, project development and temporary receivership services. Sutton has about 100 employees and brokerage associates in its main office in Franklin Square and at 40 properties in the portfolio.
In 2015, Sutton completed its first low income tax credit development project in Oswego. Seaway Lofts, a former brewery built in the late 1800’s, was converted to 26 affordable apartments. In 2017, Sutton completed the development of two more affordable projects in Syracuse: Harbor Street Lofts, a 40-unit mixed income historic project in Tipperary Hill and Valley Vista Apartments, a 120-unit senior project in the Valley neighborhood. Sutton will also start construction on a $20 million mixed-use project in downtown Oswego in the fall.
Sutton’s residential property management portfolio includes approximately 1,600 residential units and its commercial office building and retail center portfolio includes about one million square feet of medical, office, retail and mixed-use space. Sutton’s brokerage division offers a wide range of services including tenant and buyer representation, landlord and owner representation, site selection and property valuation. Sutton’s team has experience in a wide variety of property types, including office, medical office, industrial, retail, multifamily, investments, mixed-use and land. In addition to national accreditation’s, affiliations and memberships, its specialists enjoy connections at the local, regional and national levels. This has allowed Sutton to build a network that’s unmatched. Learn more at www.suttoncos.com.”
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