Savills Studley is San Francisco’s leading commercial tenant advisory firm, representing the City’s top-tier law firms, financial services firms, professional services corporations, emerging companies and non-profit organizations. Established in 1986 to complement the firm’s significant strength in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington D.C. Savills Studley’s San Francisco practice consistently garners—at any given time—a 25 percent market share of active tenant office projects comprised of at least 25,000 square feet.
The San Francisco office’s leadership has an average tenure of 21 years of industry experience, and has represented such prestigious clients as Morgan Stanley, Kirkland & Ellis, Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy, University of California Office of the President, Babcock & Brown, Standard Pacific Capital and Accenture.
Areas of expertise include strategic planning; market intelligence; demographic and site analysis; financial analysis; transaction management and negotiation; and construction management.
Together with the firm’s Silicon Valley office, Savills Studley is a market leader in Northern California.
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