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John B. Levy, president of John B. Levy & Company, spoke with Bloomberg Surveillance to discuss trends in the commercial real estate (CRE) industry, addressing whether or not the economy is in a bubble and the impact of Hurricane Harvey in Houston.

Hosted by Tom Keene and David Gura, Bloomberg Surveillance is a daily radio show covering the latest in finance, economics and investment, featuring the leading voices shaping the conversation around world markets.


In a recent Bloomberg Surveillance interview, John B. Levy discussed how the rise in eCommerce is driving a major shift in the commercial real estate market.


As published in the Richmond-Times Dispatch on December 5, 2016.

The Windsor Business Park in Henrico County sold Friday for nearly $33.3 million to a Maryland­-based commercial real estate owner and operator along with a local investment group.

The property, one of the largest business parks in the Richmond area, was acquired by Fernau LeBlanc Investment Partners and an affiliate of John B. Levy & Co., a Richmond­ based real estate investment firm.


For the first time in history, a commercial real estate developer will lead the free world, but President­elect Donald Trump’s tweets are probably more to blame for post­ election market volatility than his occupation.


By Andrew Little

Pop rock songwriter P.F. Sloan wrote the quintessential anti­ establishment tune in 1964 and Barry McGuire made it famous in 1965 singing the lyrics “You don’t believe we’re on the eve of destruction” as it reached No. 1 on the charts.

Although most political observers would conclude the song applies to today’s state of affairs, “Eve of Destruction” would be an overstatement for most commercial real estate players.