Connecticut
Greater Hartford
Office Address: 
Six Central Row, 3rd Fl.,  
Hartford, CT 06103 | 
Phone: 
(860) 246-4606 x119 | 
FAX: 
(860) 246-4252

Selected Assignments

  • Valbridge Property Advisors has seen and done it all — providing valuations and evaluations of all types of commercial and other properties. The assignments noted below suggest Valbridge's range of experience across the U.S.:
  • Valued a 600,000 SF Class A Downtown Hartford office building. Our office was brought in by a special servicer to value this Class A asset.  In addition, our firm has valued most of the major Class A office properties in Hartford (County).
  • Our firm values over 25 self-storage properties throughout New England in any given year.  The firm has developed a deep knowledge of the industry and has been hired by REITs, local and national lenders, attorneys and life companies to appraise self-storage assets.
  • The firm has two full-time experts focusing on affordable housing.  Recent assignments include the redevelopment of a mixed-income, blighted building in downtown Bridgeport and a project-based Section 8, age-restricted property in Hartford County.  Several market studies throughout Connecticut have been completed for the purposes of obtaining Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) from the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA).
  • Two of the largest marinas in Mystic, CT were recently appraised by our firm.  The properties contained retail, boat storage, slips, a newly-built first class restaurant and excess land approved for future residential development.
  • We have valued a twelve-property portfolio containing retail, office/retail, apartments and approved land to be developed. The portfolio was valued in conjunction with a high-profile divorce. The properties were primarily located in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
  • The firm has a specialty in the appraisal of schools, boarding schools and universities.  We have been involved with the appraisal of multiple educational properties including construction projects, bankruptcies and highest and best use studies.