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

Welcome to Canada: Look Before You Leap

The top 7 mistakes American firms make when crossing the northern border

Research

Discover Impacts

In this rapidly evolving world, real estate is about more than a physical building. Impacts will challenge you to reimagine its role

News

Savills Studley Wins Big at NAIOP Awards of Excellence Gala

The firm took the organization’s top honors for sales and leasing at the DC | MD Chapter awards gala

Blog

Don’t go into office space negotiations alone

If tenants arm themselves with an advisor who knows as much as the landlord and has the tenant’s interest at heart, the tenants can gain the advantage.

Research

2017 Effective Rent Index Reports are Now Available

Focusing on the true cost of occupancy, SERI reports offer data that reflects data such as concessions and operating-expense information.