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LeClaire Group of Self-Storage Real Estate Firm Marcus & Millichap Changes Name

The LeClaire Group, a self-storage investment team for national commercial real estate firm Marcus & Millichap (M&M), has expanded its name to The LeClaire-Schlosser Group. The change honors contributions made by Adam Schlosser, senior vice president of investments, according to Charles “Chico” LeClaire, executive managing director of investments. Both professionals work out of the company’s Denver office, providing advisory services for the sale, acquisition, financing and research of storage assets throughout the United States.

“For over a decade, Adam has been instrumental in the completion of over 150 self-storage transactions totaling close to $2 billion,” LeClaire said in a press release. “He has dedicated himself to delivering exceptional advisory services to a specialized niche of commercial real estate investors and built a deep network of strong client relationships.”

LeClaire and Schlosser have more than 60 years of combined experience and completed 645 self-storage investment transactions in 33 states valued at more than $4 billion. “Chico’s encouragement and support have been instrumental to my development in the self-storage industry, and I am very pleased to have my name as part of our brand,” Schlosser said.

The LeClaire-Schlosser Group has 14 members. Schlosser has been with M&M since 2005 and is a senior director of the M&M Self-Storage Division. LeClaire joined the firm in 1990 and is an executive director of the same division.

Founded in 1971, M&M has more than 2,000 investment professionals in offices throughout Canada and the United States. It closed more than 9,700 transactions in 2019 with a value of approximately $50 billion.

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