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Successfully providing commercial real estate services throughout Vermont

With more than 75 years of commercial real estate brokerage experience, Redstone's brokerage team currently markets more than 100 Vermont commercial properties for sale or for lease. We represent office, medical, retail, industrial, business opportunities and residential properties that range from 500 square feet to more than 184,000 square feet.  Ever since launching the company we continue to lead the Vermont commercial market in innovative and proactive strategies to serve the interests of sellers, buyers and tenants.

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Brokerage Team

Larry Williams
Principal, Brokerage, Development
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Larry Williams has been active in commercial real estate since he graduated from the University of Vermont in 1982 with a degree in civil engineering. Between 1982 and 1991, Larry worked with a local development company specializing in the rehabilitation of historic buildings.

In 1992, Redstone Commercial Group was formed. As the company has grown, Larry has focused his efforts on development opportunities, involving both new construction and the redevelopment of historic buildings.

Over the past 25 years, Larry has been actively involved in the downtown development of Burlington, Winooski, Shelburne, and Hinesburg. Development projects including residential buildings, offices, retail spaces, industrial, health care, lodging, as well as recreation. We have recently ventured outside of Vermont with the acquisition of a prominent historic building in downtown Portland, Maine.

Larry also devotes time to community organizations and initiatives. He is a long-time supporter and past Campaign Chair of the Chittenden County United Way. He is a founding and current member of Board of Directors of Mobius, the Mentoring Movement. He is also a member of the UVM Alumni Council. Larry resides in Colchester with his wife, Leslie, and they both enjoy seeing and traveling to visit their four children.

Erik J. Hoekstra
Managing Partner

Erik Hoekstra joined Redstone as Development Manager in 2006. At Redstone, Erik has completed several historic rehab projects in Burlington including 10 in the Old North End and 2 downtown. He has additionally participated in a number of acquisition and disposition transactions along with new construction projects. He is currently managing a major redevelopment effort on the TD Bank Block including a 139 room hotel, a parking structure, and retail space.

Preceding Redstone, Erik held the position of Development Manager at Housing Vermont, a nonprofit syndication and development company founded in 1988 that creates permanently affordable rental housing for Vermonters through partnerships with local organizations, public agencies and the private sector. At Housing Vermont, Erik participated in the development of 40 units of LEED certified mixed-income housing on a lakefront brownfield site in the city of Burlington in addition to a number of other projects scattered across the green mountain state.

Erik earned a Masters degree in Real Estate Development from Columbia University in the City of New York and served as Class President. Erik is also a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison where he earned dual Bachelor of Business degrees in Real Estate & Urban Land Economics and Finance, Investment & Banking. Civic engagement has always been an important facet of Erik's life. He is a founding member and on the advisory board of the Vermont Green Building Network. Erik is also a founding member of the Old North End Arts & Business Network in Burlington and active in other neighborhood efforts. He is a founding member of the Emerging Professionals subcommittee of the U.S. Green Building Council, a member of the Wisconsin Real Estate Alumni Association, a Cathedral Square Corporation Board Member, Co-Chair of the Columbia University Real Estate Alumni Association Council. In addition to community organizing, in his spare time Erik also enjoys outdoor pursuits including biking, running, skiing, hiking, canoeing, and kickball. Along these lines he is the Treasurer of the nonprofit Wilderness Classroom Organization, a group that he's participated with in education-based expeditions to Costa Rica and Brazil. He's also interested in exploring urban environments, spending time in nearby Montreal and New York City. Erik resides in the Old North End of Burlington where he is slowly rehabilitating a duplex.