Since 2000, we’ve been helping businesses find the perfect fit in office and industrial space across the entire Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Always putting clients first, we craft unique solutions aligned with your priorities and goals.
Texas has a proud history of creating a tax and regulatory environment that encourages growth. Over the past decade, the region has attracted some of the largest corporate relocations in the United States, including Toyota, State Farm, Liberty Mutual, McKesson and Boeing, to name just a few. Brand names garner the headlines, but the Metroplex has seen over 100 corporate headquarters relocations since 2011, attesting to the region’s quality of life, essential to recruiting and retaining talent.
Just like our home state, the Savills Dallas office believes in removing barriers to success. With a cumulative 200-plus years’ experience in commercial real estate, we bring a long-term commitment to service excellence in our relationships with clients, whether regional, national or global in scale. We’ve earned a spot on D-CEO Magazine’s Power Brokers list annually since 2012. Our team includes a broad array of specialists, with expertise in global portfolio management and strategy, technology, and project management.
We have helped companies from diverse industries, including AEC (architecture, engineering and construction), Financial Services (FinTech, mortgage, advisory and private equity), Legal and Logistics find the space that suits their needs. In addition to in-depth local market knowledge, we leverage award-winning technology solution, Knowledge Cubed, to streamline complex portfolio administration for national companies.
Office opening hours
Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 5:00pm
“Go Big” is the state’s mantra for economic development. Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the U.S., and seems to take growth in stride. With world-class arts institutions, major league sports, corporate headquarters, and major air and surface distribution hubs, it’s no wonder the city appeals both to business leaders and the talent they need to drive their businesses.
The Metroplex boasts 1.4 billion square feet of commercial real estate and shows no sign of slowing down. With about 400 million square feet in office space and 1 billion industrial, Dallas-Fort Worth offers something for every kind of business, from large-value office campuses that yield high density and parking ratios for corporate users to data centers that can be served by multiple power sources and fiber feeds. Texas operates its own power grid to reduce volatility from natural disasters. And as a hub in the national supply chain network, Dallas also caters to companies in the large-scale industrial distribution sector.
Get in touch:
Our office is conveniently located in the iconic Chase Tower in the Arts District of downtown Dallas. As befits Texas, where everything is larger than life, Dallas’s Arts District is the largest contiguous arts district in the country, sprawling over 20 square blocks and 68 acres. Even at that scale, it’s a walkable neighborhood filled with award-winning museums, performing arts venues, restaurants and bars galore.
- First Tee
- The ALS Association
- Metrocrest Services