Located in the heart of Tysons Corner, the Suburban Washington office of Savills Studley has since become major force throughout the Mid-Atlantic region since its inception in 1982. The office provides a broad range of services to clients ranging from corporations, nonprofit associations and government contractors throughout Northern Virginia and Suburban Maryland. With extensive experience in the intricacies of national portfolio management, the Suburban Washington office directs the real estate portfolios for numerous national corporations.
Savills Studley’s Washington, DC regional offices were voted the #1 “Best Place to Work” in the greater Washington area by the Washington Business Journal and recently named one of the “Fastest Growing Firms in the Mid Atlantic” by the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal.
The Washington, DC regional offices of Savills Studley are committed to serving the local community. Over the years, our associates have supported dozens of local and national charitable organizations through generous donations of their time as volunteers, donors and board members. For over 25 years, Savills Studley has supported the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) and the Higher Achievement Program (HAP). Additional partnerships include the Lombardi Cancer Center, National Prostate Cancer Coalition, Building Hope, Iona Senior Services and Toys for Tots.
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