Matthew Guy Post

Managing Director

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Transaction Volume

  • 1 Million SF

Specialties

  • Office
  • Technology

Professional Expertise

Matthew Post joined Savills Studley’s Northern New Jersey office in June 2013. His primarily role is new business development, market research, and transaction management.

Since rejoining Savills Studley, Matthew has worked on a number of complex transactions including ISO’s headquarters early renewal in Jersey City, Atlantic Coast Media’s headquarters relocation in Jersey City and CVS Caremark’s relocation to Florham Park. He also represented top companies such as Atos IT Services, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Partners Pharmacy, Shiseido America, and New York Technology Partners.

Prior to rejoining the firm, as part of a select team with Cushman & Wakefield, Matthew represented corporate users and major landlords in their real estate dealings in New Jersey as well as across the United States. His recent work included representing the City of Jersey City in their 35,000 SF renewal, Comodo’s 40,000 SF HQ relocation from Jersey City to Clifton, and Krauter Insurance’s San Francisco office expansion. He has also been involved in a number of national accounts where he represented his clients’ needs across North America; freight forwarding company Vandegrift Forwarding, Krauter Insurance and Bayada Home Healthcare to name just a few.

Matthew also worked on major landlord assignments on exclusive agencies, most recently representing Normandy Partners’ 205,000 SF Class A property in Clifton, N.J. Here he was integral in the completion of more than 70,000 SF of leasing in less than 6 months.

Earlier in his career, Matthew represented such clients as Time, Inc.; Sony BMG; National Football League; Clifford Chance; Fragomen, Del Ray, Bernstein; Patton Boggs; and Proskauer Rose.

Activities & Achievements

While at Arizona State, Matthew was a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, where he was elected Brother of the Year in 1999.

Education

Matthew holds a Bachelor of Science, with a major in Business and a minor in Managerial Studies, from Arizona State University.

Matthew Guy Post