Orange County is known for its rich history in the commercial real estate industry. As such, it is fitting that Savills Studley, the real estate firm that pioneered the tenant representation business model, would have a strong presence in this dominant real estate milieu. Our firm’s Orange County office was founded in 1988 and currently has 25 professionals who provide a full suite of commercial real estate services to the Orange County business community. These services include: office, industrial and retail tenant representation, investment sales, project management and development consulting.
Savills Studley represents many of the largest and most venerable companies headquartered in Orange County including: Pacific Life, Western Digital, Chapman University, Kia Motors, Emulex, Quest Software, Autobytel, Mindspeed, and Panasonic Avionics. Additionally, Savills Studley has built a formidable reputation in Orange County as the preferred real estate firm for companies in the technology, life sciences, and legal industry sectors.
Our talented teams of brokers and commercial real estate experts help drive our competitive edge and are recognized regularly by such industry leaders as The Irvine Company—Orange County’s largest landlord—with its annual Broker of the Year Award.
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