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Lovett Group
450 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1900,
New York, NY 10123
109-15 14th Avenue College Point, NY 11356 | 718-559-0260

John B. Lovett & Associates, Ltd. • The Lovett Company, LLC • Lovett Realty, Inc.

For more than 30 years, The Lovett Group has provided comprehensive real estate management services for residential buildings in New York City. We have earned our reputation as an industry leader through exemplary customer service — transparent, personal communications with boards, and effective teamwork to support our buildings’ occupants. Our dedication to our clients has resulted in numerous awards. Most recently, The Lovett Group was named Management Company of the Year in 2015 by the New York Association of Realty Managers.
Today, our portfolio of condominiums and co-ops has grown to over 12,000 units in more than 80 buildings, with annual revenue exceeding $200 million. This scale has enabled us to maximize operating efficiencies so we can deliver our exceptional services to you cost effectively. That means you get a competitive price, as well as best-in-class service. So we can meet your needs now and maximize your property value in the future.
Kenneth M. Lovett, President

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