Marc joined Savills Studley in 2001 and now serves as assistant director of the Chicago office, guiding his clients to make superior business decisions based on his strategic and analytic insights. With a clear understanding of the intangibles surrounding real estate transactions, Marc aligns himself with his clients' overarching business goals in order to optimize their real estate portfolios. He has diverse experience representing an impressive roster of law firms, financial institutions, non-profits and other commercial tenants. Among Marc's recent assignments was a more than 150,000-square-foot national portfolio assessment and optimization on behalf of R.H. Donnelly. Marc also currently works as a national account manager for the LOGS Network.
Marc's expertise lies in financial analysis, primarily for the downtown Chicago office market and surrounding suburban markets. He performs specialized demographic and site-specific analysis, prepares case materials and presentations for each of his clients, and also focuses on business development through the application of his analytic and strategic expertise. Marc has helped numerous organizations reach their business goals through lease analysis, financial and demographic model development.
Prior to joining the firm, Marc was a research analyst at Grubb & Ellis.
Activities & Achievements
Marc recently served as a member of the steering committee for the Greater Chicago Food Depository Real Estate Awards Dinner. He is also on the alumni advisory committee for the geography department at Carthage College and is an active alumnus in his college fraternity.
Marc graduated from Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin with a bachelor's degree in marketing and a double major in geography, with an emphasis on urban planning and geographic information systems.