Chicago

Office Overview

Established in 1962, the Chicago office has grown from a three-person shop into one of the top tenant representation practices in the Midwest. With more than 30 tenant advisors serving the real estate needs of businesses across a wide spectrum of industries, Savills Studley has built a reputation for unqualified integrity, incomparable insight, and exceptional results.

Savills Studley’s expertise extends to both the downtown and suburban Chicago markets where its tenured professionals have completed assignments ranging from large-scale headquarters transactions for top-tier global firms to lease restructures that yield sizeable savings to strategic planning for firms with multiple locations. In addition, Savills Studley’s specialized Midwest team serves key Midwest markets outside of Chicago, providing firms in these regions with the knowledge to navigate the market to convert real estate into a revenue-stimulating asset.

Latest news, research & highlights

Blog

Rebooting the New York-New Jersey Data Center Market

Rick Drescher asks the question: how can private-public partnerships reclaim New York-New Jersey as a global data center market?

Research

Explore Savills Tech Cities

Savills identified the world's top cities for tech companies based on infrastructure, business environment, talent pool and lifestyle.

News

"The Terraces" Rancho Palos Verdes, CA Shopping Center is Sold

One of the most dominant centers serving the south side of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, the center is 89 percent leased. 

News

Brian Prevoe Joins Savills Studley

Brian Prevoe has joined Savills Studley's Industrial Services Group in Toronto as Managing Director, bringing extensive experience in industrial occupier services to the firm.

Blog

An Alternative to Subleasing Excess Office Space

Hemorrhaging cash, one CFO's company was utilizing only 60% of its office space. How did they survive the scare without having to take a large sublease loss?

Research

How the Legal Industry Landscape is Shaping Occupancy Trends

The economic pressures facing the legal sector have inspired firms large and small to rethinking who they are and how they work.