There's more demand for office space in Phoenix now, and large blocks with the right amenities are harder to find, but tenants can still find the space they need. "Markets differ over time in terms of the balance of power between landlords and tenants, but no matter what the dynamics, it's always important for a tenant to negotiate from a position of strength," Savills Studley SVP and Phoenix branch manager Tiffany Winne tells us. Snapped: family members Sophie, George, Madison (dog), Tiffany and Zachary.
Crafting the right strategy depends on the situation, Tiffany adds, and it can be more challenging in a rising market, but there's always a way. Recently, Savills Studley expanded into the Phoenix market (its 26th US location), tapping Tiffany to open and lead the new office. Over the course of her career, she's done about 10.8M SF in deals, repping clients in financial services, law, media and technology, health care, not-for-profit and other industries. Tiffany has hired industry vets Ryan Bartos and Matthew Coxhead to work with her.Savills Studley Opens Office in Phoenix
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