Luxury brands have complex real estate needs; they often need to account for several variables including showrooms, design areas, an atelier/sample making, storage, sample sales, and flexible space for corporate functions. Not only do executives making real estate decisions on behalf of these companies need to manage these requirements, high rents in “must-have” prime locations mean they often have to find creative solutions under an increasingly tight budget to do so. All of this needs to be managed with an eye towards branding, image and office space that is inspirational.
Fortunately, Savills Studley boasts a roster of well-known and highly respected real estate advisers that have combined decades of experience completing complex real estate transactions for some of the world’s most prestigious luxury brands.
Our tenant advisers view the market more objectively than our competitors, and in turn are more diligent when it comes to finding efficient solutions to their needs. What this means is that we identify more buildings that work well with the way you intend to use them, that will accept your ancillary uses, and that will accommodate flexible lease provisions to make life easy for you and your colleagues when it comes time to change update your showrooms.
Our team also includes workplace strategists that specialize in densifying and optimizing workplaces for office employees and highly respected public sector incentive negotiators. If it is feasible to split up some of the back office from the showroom, these teams work together to ensure that no value is ever left on the table.
To inquire about how our real estate and workplace experts can help you, please contact us and one of our professionals will be in touch within two business days.