Savills Studley, the leading commercial real estate services firm specializing in tenant representation, expanded its footprint in the Mid-Atlantic with the opening of its Baltimore office in January, 2016.
Savills Studley provides sophisticated advisory and transaction services to the greater Baltimore area’s top tenants, including but not limited to government, non-profit, education, healthcare, legal, technology, financial and industrial users.
Baltimore and surrounding suburban markets are in the midst of resurgence, with new economic development and micro business districts emerging in areas like Port Covington, Federal Hill and Fort Meade that further enrich the City of Neighborhoods. Savills Studley understands the changing business landscape and helps occupiers identify, locate and negotiate solutions that add value to the bottom line and increase brand equity. In addition, the firm’s globally integrated platform provides clients with the agility, continuity and scalability needed in today’s rapidly changing business environment.
The firm’s Baltimore office is led by a respected team of tenant-focused, service-driven real estate professionals with long track records of achievement and creative problem-solving for clients of all sizes and across all industries. Powered by our heritage of innovation, data-driven analytics and best-in-class market research, Savills Studley provides the most comprehensive commercial real estate services to tenants throughout Maryland.
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