Kansas City’s LANE4 adds pair of industry veterans to roster

Kansas City, Missouri-based LANE4 Property Group has added industry veterans Mike Levitan and Adam Abrams.

Levitan and Abrams both joined LANE4 as senior vice presidents after 15 successful years at AREA Real Estate Advisors. At LANE4, both Levitan and Abrams will specialize in tenant and landlord representation, real estate investment, development, consulting and market analysis as well as acquisition and disposition services.

Levitan began his career in commercial real estate in 2005 and is recognized as one of the foremost office brokers in the Kansas City area. His list of clients includes The American Academy of Family Physicians, Dairy Farmers of America, Freightquote, Mariner Wealth Management, MVP Law, Opus, Parris Communications and TEVA Neurosciences.

Levitan has completed countless transactions throughout his career, most notably a 200,000-square-foot build-to-suit for Freightquote and 100,000-square-foot build-to-suit projects for TEVA Neurosciences and Dairy Farmers of America. He was inducted into the Midwest Real Estate News Hall of Fame in 2020.

Levitan also served on the Leawood, Kansas, planning commission for seven years, and is an alumnus of the Leadership Overland Park program.

Abrams brings more than 17 years of commercial brokerage experience, specializing in office and medical leasing and landlord representation. Throughout his career, Abrams has negotiated well over 500 real estate transactions.

Some of his most notable clients include Saint Luke’s Hospital, CA Ventures, Sperry Commercial, Price Brothers, Olsson Associates, Stonecreek Properties, Edison District and Onward Investors.

Abrams serves as the secretary and treasurer of the Kansas City CCIM Chapter and was named a CoStar Power Broker in 2017 and 2020. He sits on executive committees for both Ronald McDonald House and Kansas City Young Audiences and is an alumnus of the Centurions Leadership Program. A Kansas City native, Abrams has devoted his entire career to the betterment and economic development of the Kansas City metropolitan area.