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Brief ProfileNumber one Connecticut real estate broker and consultant since 1980, specializing in office building investment sales services. #connecticut #cre
Matthew F. Keefe has been a leading Connecticut real estate broker and consultant since 1980. Mr. Keefe began his real estate career at New England Land Company in Greenwich. As head of the investment division and the most active broker in the company, Mr. Keefe took part in sale and lease transactions with prominent Fortune 500 names.
In 1982, Mr. Keefe was offered a position as Senior Vice President of Durfee & Company in Stamford, Connecticut. This firm was also owned by Peter Malkin of New York and Bruce Warwick of Greenwich, Connecticut. Mr. Keefe immediately established his position as top broker in the company, a position he maintained for the next twelve years. Corporate clients served include General Electric Capital, AMAX, Pittston, National Distributors, Conoco, Cadbury Schwepps, John Brown LTD, Turner Construction, IBM, US Tobacco and many others.
Mr. Keefe has specialized in tenant representation and investment services. He has won and maintained the position as Number One in investment sales in Connecticut over the past ten years. Recent sales included the 35,000 SF Parker Corporate Plaza in White Plains, NY, for 145,000 SF Diamond Building in Valhalla, NY. The 135,000 SF Bank of America Building in Yonkers, NY, the 120,000 SF class A office building at 1111 and 1177 Summer Street in Stamford, CT, the 155,000 SF Harrison Executive Park in Harrison, New York, the 605,000 SF Greenwich-American Centre in Greenwich; the 87,000 SF former Emery Air Freight building in Wilton; and the 285,000 SF multi-tenanted office building at 145 Huguenot Street in New Rochelle, New York.
Mr. Keefe is currently President and Owner of HK Group. He graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Arts/Science and a major in Finance. Mr. Keefe is active in local athletic and civic activities and serves on various boards. He has four children and resides in Southport, Connecticut.