Scottsdale resident changing the face of local real estate

Jon Rosenberg (submitted photo)

Jon Rosenberg (submitted photo)

Jon Rosenberg has been a resident of the Valley’s “most livable city” for more than 35 years. His involvement in Scottsdale goes above and beyond that of a typical resident.

Mr. Rosenberg has raised a family, established a business and has become a go-to expert for city officials. When the city seeks advice and expertise on issues like parking and development, they routinely turn to Mr. Rosenberg and his firm LevRose Commercial Real Estate.

“Jon and the entire LevRose team are based locally in downtown Scottsdale, making them the subject matter experts in the area with intricate historic knowledge of more properties than I could possibly count,” said Danielle Casey, director of economic development for the city of Scottsdale. “Jon is a trusted partner and is truly invested in the community. He regularly offers his expertise and knowledge of the development process to help clients as well as the community make the best decisions possible. He is a delight to work with, and as much a resource to us as we hope we are to him.”

Mr. Rosenberg co-founded LevRose with Robert Levine in 1992. Since then, the duo has worked with landlords, tenants and buyers to help shape Scottsdale into what it is today.

“I have had the fortunate opportunity to assist many of Scottsdale’s key influencers to maximize their investments in some of the city’s finest commercial real estate properties,” said Mr. Rosenberg, designated broker and managing partner. “Scottsdale has grown and flourished tremendously over the years, and I look forward to continuing to work with our team to create a lasting imprint on the Scottsdale market.”

In the 24 years LevRose has been in business, Mr. Rosenberg’s 19-person team has become a market leader, not only in Scottsdale, but the greater Phoenix metro area, all while being dedicated to building long-term relationships with their clients. To further their client base, a couple years ago LevRose saw an opportunity to become affiliated with TCN worldwide, a global brokerage alliance that allows them to service clients outside of the Arizona market when needed.

“My team is dedicated to our clients and we live by the phrase, ‘no deal is too small,’ which I feel not only sets us apart from other firms but has set us up for success,” said Mr. Rosenberg. “I remember having one client from 15 years ago wanting just a small office space and telling me that no one else would give her the time of day. I was happy to help her, and I helped her find the perfect space. Then, 6 months later she came back looking for a larger space and also referred us a very large client. She eventually purchased a property for herself through us and has continued to refer several other clients since then.”

Mr. Rosenberg also makes sure that his employees and team members understand that they are a critical factor to the company’s success. LevRose offers its team members support with business development, an opportunity to be a partner in the firm, and the technology they need to make clients their number one priority.

Recently, LevRose changed to a broker-owned structure designed to encompass an elite team of brokers who meet certain criteria to have ownership in the firm. After changing to this model, Mr. Rosenberg has seen his team become more energized and already they have five new partners in the firm.

Making it a point to also be involved in Scottsdale and the Valley, Mr. Rosenberg has taken the initiative to become a member of the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce and has recently been named to the Board of Directors of the Arizona Small Business Association and serves as Membership Integration Chair on the Board of the Arizona Chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization.

To learn more about LevRose Commercial Real Estate, visit

Editor’s Note: Ms. Leon is a public relations professional at Serendipit Consulting.

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