Marcy Gross


Marcy has been with Sheldon Gross Realty, Inc. for three decades. Her portfolio includes having managed more than one million square feet of commercial property, including retail, office, industrial, and residential facilities across the Garden State. Gross’ key professional roles are serving as the primary tenant contact, managing all site inspections, and preparing monthly property reports for owners.

She also is responsible for the strategic direction and day-to-day operations of Sheldon Gross Realty. Marcy oversees all aspects of real estate sales and property management services for the company, as well providing real estate consultation services. A University of Hartford graduate, Marcy has spent 33 years with Sheldon Gross Realty, which was founded by her father in 1962. She is an active member of professional organizations that include the Executive Association of New Jersey, West Orange Chamber of Commerce, Jewish Business Network, B.I.G. and CREA United.

Maximize the financial return on your investment properties with the help of our property management services. We use an in-depth analysis of your space and location to identify the optimal way to utilize your property. This helps you to ensure that you are getting the most out of your commercial office space or residential house.

The research we provide along with our complete industry knowledge, are our keys to providing you and other owners with full-service capabilities when it comes to managing their properties. Let our brokers and consultants assist you with the following:

  • Market Your Property
  • Qualify Prospects
  • Supervise Repairs & Renovations
  • Match Prospects with Properties Using Siteology
  • Retain Your Tenants

Property Manager Responsibilities

Marketing & Financial

  • Handling financial statements
  • Recommend marketing programs
  • Calculating profits and losses
  • Oversee income taxes and budgets

Tenant & Occupancy

  • Respond to requests
  • Monitor activities and lease requirements
  • Collect rent in a timely manner
  • Assess tenant’s satisfaction


  • Physical management of the structures and outdoor areas
  • Maintain relationships with contractors and repair companies
  • Monitor the quality of maintenance

Administration & Risk Management

  • Organize files and records
  • Handle funds paid by renters for disbursement to owners
  • Manage he complexity and dynamics of dealing with owners and tenants