Washington, DC

Office Overview

For more than half a century, Savills Studley’s Washington, DC office has been changing the way tenants, owners, developers, and investors think about commercial real estate.

Located in the heart of the nation’s capital, the branch has attracted and retained the region’s most-respected and in-demand real estate advisors, known for delivering the highest degree of market expertise and financial knowledge.

Corporations

In the last three years alone, Savills Studley’s DC regional offices represented more than 300 private companies with real estate transactions totaling in excess of 10.2 million square feet.

Law Firms

Nationally, Savills Studley has represented nearly 80% of AmLaw’s top law firms. Since 2009 alone, the DC regional offices of Savills Studley have carried out more than 2.7 million square feet of real estate transactions for law firm clients nationwide.

Associations/Nonprofits

Savills Studley’s DC regional offices have represented more than 130 associations and nonprofits with real estate transactions totaling in excess of 7 million square feet in the past three years.

Government Services

As one of the four national real estate firms selected to represent the General Service Administration’s with its 190 million-square-foot portfolio of leased space nationwide, Savills Studley has distinctive experience navigating through the inherent complexities of representing the government.

LEED/Sustainable Projects

Savills Studley has managed more than 6 million square feet of sustainable projects, including the largest LEED-CI platinum project in the United States. Recent Washington DC area clients include Conservation International, the Alliance to Save Energy and the U.S. Census Bureau.

Savills Studley’s DC regional offices have consistently topped the Washington Business Journal’s annual “Book of Lists” in the “Top Tenant Representation Firms” and “Top Commercial Real Estate Leasing Firms” categories. The 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.

 

Community Involvement

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.

Latest news, research & highlights

Blog

Don’t go into office space negotiations alone

If tenants arm themselves with an advisor who knows as much as the landlord and has the tenant’s interest at heart, the tenants can gain the advantage.

Research

Discover Impacts

In this rapidly evolving world, real estate is about more than a physical building. Impacts will challenge you to reimagine its role

News

Savills Studley Names Carol McNerney Chief Marketing Officer

Carol McNerney, a veteran marketing leader with more than 25 years of corporate experience, has been appointed to the newly created position of Chief Marketing Officer. Based in Savills Studley’s New York headquarters, McNerney will drive the strategic direction of the firm’s positioning for the Americas.

News

Savills Studley Completes Michael Best Relocation Lease in DC

National law firm to occupy a full floor at 1000 Maine combining two offices under one roof

Blog

Top 6 factors tenants should consider before negotiating an office lease

With so many real estate variables to consider, we’ve outlined six key factors every business decision maker should consider when working on an office lease.

Research

2017 Effective Rent Index Reports are Now Available

Focusing on the true cost of occupancy, SERI reports offer data that reflects data such as concessions and operating-expense information.