Houston

Office Overview

 

Located in Houston’s Central Business District, Savills Studley provides tenant representation services to the most notable companies and professional organizations in Houston. Our clients span several industries, including energy, engineering, law, oilfield services, financial services and not-for-profit.

The Savills Studley Houston office was opened in 1974 and has undergone significant expansion since 2003 when the current Houston leadership team joined the firm. Our transactions have helped change the skyline of Houston, including major assignments for Statoil, Schlumberger, Bechtel Corporation, Norton Rose Fulbright, Baker & Hostetler, Gardere, WesternGeco, Aker Solutions, Lockheed Martin, Kinder Morgan, JP Morgan Chase and IHI.

Latest news, research & highlights

Blog

9 Real Estate Factors Tech CEOs Should Consider

Having worked with a number of tech firms over the past several years, our Greg Taubin presents nine tips all tech firm leaders should consider before beginning your next search for space.

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.

News

Savills Studley Announces Pacific Northwest Expansion

The move creates a foothold for Savills Studley in the Pacific Northwest, and positions the company to meet the real estate needs of the region’s many commercial tenants.

News

Savills Studley Bolsters Denver Roster and Leadership Team

Industry veterans Todd Roebken and Greg Bante join Director Rick Schuham as Denver office’s new leadership team.

Blog

NYC: Is Your Landlord Doing Enough to Keep You Happy?

More owners are doing their best to preserve the status quo and being aggressive to keep tenants already in place in their buildings.

Research

Q4 2016 Office Market Reports Are Now Available

Quarterly office market reports provide statistics and trends for office leasing, employment, and investment for over 30 US markets.