Austin

Office Overview

Austin’s expansive growth as a home for digital, creative and technology-focused companies is bolstered by the city’s solid core of government, education, medical and professional services. Austin’s robust tech sector means greater competition for talent and commercial real estate.

Savills Studley works with growth-oriented companies to navigate the market and gain the best competitive advantage – whether it’s leasing prime office space in the Central Business District, building a digital business in Northwest Austin or fostering a creative workplace on the East Side.

Savills Studley’s Austin team is comprised of highly respected commercial real estate professionals with tremendous success serving clients in Austin, throughout Texas, across the U.S. and overseas. The firm’s exceptional transaction work is powered by industry-leading market research, a globally integrated platform and sophisticated analytics.

As the pioneer of tenant representation, Savills Studley is solely focused on developing innovative solutions for the most complex real estate problems affecting Austin’s technology, pharmaceutical, financial, legal, medical, start-up, non-profit, manufacturing and creative industry tenants.

Latest news, research & highlights

Blog

New Year, new FASB guidelines

As we celebrate the ball drop in Times Square this New Year’s Eve, many companies will be ringing in the 2019 effective date for the new lease accounting guidelines.

Research

Austin 2018 Q4 Office Market Report

Apple’s $1-billion HQ2 expansion overshadowed any sting associated with being bypassed by Amazon. Austin was already Apple’s second-largest outpost domestically, the innovator will more than double its workforce and solidify its position as Austin's top employer.

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Savills Studley Occupant Experience Group Adds Johanna Rodriguez

The firm continues to expand its Workplace Strategy and Occupant Experience team with the addition of Johanna Rodriguez as a senior managing director based in Washington, D.C.

News

Savills Studley Represents Accruent in Expansion to New Orleans

Global software company will open new regional office in the first quarter of 2019

Blog

Three 2018 real estate trends gaining momentum in 2019

Throughout 2018, the corporate real estate industry has been reshaped by shifts in technology and business. Given the current extended up cycle in the corporate real estate market, it’s likely that this will only accelerate in 2019. These effects, while widespread, are not necessarily uniform; regional and national factors play a part, sometimes leading to unanticipated results.

Research

Houston 2018 Q3 Office Market Report

The current market offers both tenants and investors some strong opportunities. Asking rent growth has levelled off, even in stronger areas such as O’Hare and Oak Brook. Similarly, excluding the most stable AAA assets, buyers can still find reasonably priced assets for sale.