Although bought and sold several times since 1968, and the Levitt name nearly disasppearing altogether for a few years, the company was revived in the United States in 1999 as the Levitt Corporation, a subsidiary of its new owner, BankAtlantic Corporation. In 2004, Levitt Corp. was spun off from BankAtlantic as a public corporation. Levitt and Sons, LLC, was established as one of Levitt Corporation's subsidiaries and would operate primarily as a developer of adult communities in Florida, briefly expanding into a few other southeastern states.
Reuters: "Levitt Corp changes name to Woodbridge Holdings"
Reuters: "Levitt & Sons files for bankruptcy protection"
See the official Woodbridge Holdings (formerly Levitt Corporation) web site (although references to Levitt have been replaced by hte new name in the company history, they have been retained in the listing of press releases and in the management bios):
Direct link to Levitt and Sons, LLC case information at the Kurtzman Carson web site:
A Levitt company also operates in Spain as Levitt-Bosch Aymerich, S.A., formerly the Spanish division of Levitt and Sons, Inc.
See the official Levitt-Bosch Aymerich, S.A. web site:
Another Levitt company still exists in Puerto Rico and operates under the name Levitt Homes Corp. based in Guaynabo, P.R. Levitt Homes president and CEO, Rafael Torrens, previsously served as the president of the Puerto Rico Homebuilders Association. Levitt Homes Corp. was formerly the Puerto Rico subsidiary of the Levitt Corporation under Starrett Housing Corp.
See the official Levitt Homes Corp. web site:
Page last revised 25 October 2008