Savills Studley knows that corporate real estate decisions impact more than space—those choices also influence brand and business value. A smart real estate strategy isn’t just about brokering a good transaction, but aligning real estate with an organization’s business goals.
As Canada’s leading full-service tenant-focused commercial real estate firm, Savills Studley helps organizations across all industries turn real estate into a strategic advantage. We deliver resourceful, results-driven real estate solutions that FLOW™ from a patented process to help clients:
Savills Studley is a market leader in the Greater Toronto area, serving tenants in the financial, legal, engineering, industrial, nonprofit, institutional, technology, advertising/media, retail, and medical and professional services sectors.
In addition to transaction advisory and brokerage expertise, we provide clients with a suite of occupier services that deliver a more effective and exciting workplace, streamlined operations and competitive financial performance. Supported by high quality market research and in-depth analysis, Savills Studley provides real estate solutions to organizations across all industries.
The Toronto office is comprised of a team of veteran real estate professionals – brokers, project managers, analysts and specialists – dedicated to safeguarding the best interests of the tenant through every stage of the real estate process.
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The acquisition dramatically increases the company’s presence in the region.
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