Catherine A. Pullen

Corporate Managing Director


Transaction Volume

  • 5 million SF


  • Office
  • Healthcare

Professional Expertise

Cathy began her career at Savills Studley in 2006 after representing landlords in suburban Philadelphia for more than 20 years.  Her knowledge of property operations and landlord representation allows her to maximize her clients' leverage in the leasing process.

Prior to joining the firm, Cathy was senior vice president at Fox Realty Co.  Her responsibilities included the monitoring of a $3/4 billion portfolio consisting of two million square feet of institutional grade Class A commercial office space.  She was directly responsible for leasing, operations and financial performance of properties under management and the implementation of strategies to add to or preserve the value of the real estate investments.  The most significant projects include:  the sale of 401 City Avenue, PA for a 2001 record breaking price of $250 per square foot, the sale of 3025 Chemical Road, PA for a 2003 record breaking price of $275 per square foot and the 2006 sale of Chesterbrook Corporate Center for $1/4 billion.

Activities & Achievements

Cathy is a past president of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Philadelphia, having served every elective office in the association and is also a BOMA Fellow.  She served on the executive committee of BOMA International from June 2008 to June 2010. She served as chair of the BOMA Middle Atlantic Region from 2008 to 2010 and vice chair of Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania for four years.  Cathy serves as chair of the property committee of Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania. She is past member of the City Avenue Special Services District and serves on the board of directors of Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania.


Cathy received a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Dallas, Texas and an undergraduate Bachelor of Arts, Public Administration from Stephen F. Austin University, Texas.

Catherine A. Pullen

Case Studies

Redevelopment Authority of the City of Philadelphia

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