About Levcor

Since its founding in 1980, LEVCOR has expanded from its Houston roots into the broader Southwest. Over these 35+ years, the company has built its business by fostering cooperative relationships with its partners and tenants. The leadership team has the discretion to move aggressively when opportunity emerges, and the patience to let its properties mature. These qualities position the company well to capitalize on emerging trends in real estate development.


Mr. Levine founds Levcor as a real estate brokerage company specializing in retail representation


Completes first retail development – Easton Commons – as a Kroger-anchored shopping center


Works with Houston lenders to fee manage and lease several distressed REO assets – selectively purchased certain properties


Develops the Kirby Richmond and Woodway Voss projects in notable Houston districts, Upper Kirby and Memorial, respectively


Develops the FedGess Portfolio, Centre @ Baybrook, West Oaks Village and Tully I-10, representing a combined 1mm SF


Enters into its first non-retail project, LevTex Hotel Portfolio, a planned development of five different hotel assets across Texas for the Baymont Inn franchise


Develops the Centre @ Bunker Hill, a complex land assemblage along the I-10 freeway in Houston that results in a 463,498 SF power center – Levcor brings the first Costco to Houston as part of the project


Develops first CBD office project, 1001 McKinney, in Downtown Houston


$350mm equity joint venture partnership with CalSTRS, with a focus on developing and redeveloping retail assets in the Southwest US

Acquires Northwest Mall, a 55-acre site located at the core Houston intersection of the I-10, 290 and 610 freeways


Acquires Village @ West Oaks, a 282,301 SF power center in Houston, TX

Acquires Plaza del Sol, the sole operating enclosed mall in Del Rio, TX


Construction begins on Pharr Town Center, a 470,000 SF development in the Rio Grande Valley, TX


Acquires Laredo San Dario, a prime 16-acre tract in Laredo, TX, for a future mixed-use development


Planning begins for 7800 Washington, an adaptive use office/retail project off of the I-10 freeway in Houston


Enters North Carolina market with the Huffman Mill Commons retail development, located in the Piedmont Triad region.