Morris L. Stoltz II
Chairman and Founder

A. Archie Stoltz Il
VP - Acquisitions

Jason R. Carros, SIOR
VP - Leasing

Ralph Reichenbaum
VP - Controller

John J. Nevins III
VP - Construction

Robert R. Mitchell
VP - Residential Brokerage

 
     
     
     
     
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 
     
 

MORRIS LEWIS STOLTZ II
President

MORRIS LEWIS STOLTZ II, President of various Stoltz companies of Florida and Co-Founder of Stoltz Bros., Ltd. Delaware. Mr. Stoltz is a graduate of Dickinson School of Law, where he was a member of the Law Review. Thereafter, he became a member of the Delaware Bar, a real estate broker, general contractor, and certified property manager.

In 1976 he left the law firm Morris James Hitchens & Williams, where he specialized in banking and real estate law, to become Vice President and General Counsel of The Robino-Ladd Company, a real estate development company traded on the NYSE, but experiencing financial difficulties. During the three years with this company Mr. Stoltz became involved in all facets of real estate management, development, and financing and actively participated in the company turning around from a negative $147,000,000 net worth to a positive $148,000,000 net worth. In 1979, Mr. Stoltz formed a partnership with his brother, Jack P. Stoltz, who had been operating the family’s commercial real estate brokerage company in Wilmington, Delaware. From 1979 to 1994 the Stoltz Brothers took the company, started by their parents specializing in commercial real estate brokerage, and turned it into one of the largest full-service real estate organizations in the mid-Atlantic area. With affiliate companies in commercial brokerage, property management, residential brokerage, property maintenance, mortgage banking, investment syndication and development, by 1994 Stoltz was the exclusive leasing agent for over 5 million square feet and the exclusive property management agent for over 3,500,000 square feet. They also owned or participated in ownership of over 2,500 apartment units, 2 million square feet of commercial buildings (office and retail) and had been involved as principals in the development of more than 2,750 homes and condominium units.

In 1986, with the back to back purchase of two (2) class A office buildings in Boca Raton, Mr. Stoltz expanded the company operations to South Florida. By 2005, the Florida Stoltz companies and its affiliated companies and partnerships had developed, and/or owned 800 apartment units, 2,500,000 square feet of office and industrial space in Boca Raton, and had developed and sold over $75 million in luxury condominiums, and custom homes. In addition to development activities, Stoltz’ affiliate, Century 21/Luxury Homes, Inc. is one of the largest residential real estate brokerage firms in Palm Beach County. Commercial real estate brokerage, leasing and management through Stoltz Realty/Management exceeded $500 million through 2004. Mr. Stoltz has been the sole owner of the Stoltz Florida operating companies since 1995.

Stoltz Florida is also proud to have had or have as institutional joint venture partners: Equitable Life Assurance Society, General Electric Capital Corp., Allied Signal Pension Fund and McDermott Industries Pension Fund.

Notable South Florida transactions in which Mr. Stoltz has actively participated:

1. The acquisition of the former IBM Facility in Boca Raton (600 acres and 2,000,000 square feet of vacant office space) acquired for $43,000,000 and later sold for $154,000,000. Mr. Stoltz was President and the Partner directly responsible for leasing over 1,400,000 square feet.
2. One Miami Center, a master planned mixed use project of 2,000 high rise condominiums; 400,000 square feet of retail; and 600,000 square feet of office space. Mr. Stoltz was a one-third Partner and had direct responsibility for sales to the Related Companies and MDM Development.
3. Mr. Stoltz is the majority owner and managing partner of Brewzzi Restaurants, Inc., with locations in Boca Raton and West Palm Beach. Sales for 2004 exceeded $10,000,000.

 
     
 
 
 
 
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