Savills Studley’s Austin Office Adds Experienced Tenant Representative Alan Peters

19 September 2016

Savills Studley, the leading commercial real estate services firm specializing in tenant representation, has appointed Alan Peters as a Senior Managing Director of the firm’s Austin office. Peters joins Savills Studley from Austin-based commercial real estate company Live Oak-Gottesman, where he served as Director of Office Tenant Representation.
“Alan has an impeccable reputation and record of production in Central Texas,” said Savills Studley Executive Vice President and Austin Branch Manager Mark Russell. “His experience working with a diverse range of tenants is reflective of our firm’s entrepreneurial spirit and our growing Austin office.”
In addition to his more than 10 years of experience as a commercial real estate advisor, Peters spent eight years working as a business management consultant. He has executed lease and sales transactions on behalf of tenants from a wide-range of industries, including finance, tech, media and nonprofits.
“Exceedingly high levels of customer service are a requirement in tenant representation” said Peters. “I look forward to utilizing the extensive tools and resources offered by Savills Studley to serve my friends and clients in this increasingly sophisticated market.”
Peters was previously named as an office tenant representation, “Heavy Hitter” by the Austin Business Journal. Peters earned his Master of Business Administration degree from Texas A&M University and his Bachelor of Science from the University of Houston. He is a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), and a McBee Fellow at the Austin Area Research Organization (AARO).
Savills Studley expanded to Austin in November 2015 and recently moved to a new space at 300 West 6th Street. An industry leader in the Southwest, the Austin team joins offices in Houston, Dallas and Phoenix. Although staff size has already reached double-digits in less than a year, continued growth in the Austin office is expected over the next six months.


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