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Savills Studley Bolsters Roster Within Growing Denver Office

Denver, CO – Savills Studley recently announced that Executive Vice President, Director and Central Region Lead Rick Schuham will oversee the brokerage operations and management of the company’s burgeoning Denver office.

Industry veterans Todd Roebken and Greg Bante, Executive Managing Directors, who recently joined Savills Studley from JLL, will lead the charge alongside Schuham in the growing Denver office. The firm’s platform includes brokerage, consulting, workplace strategy, project management, space planning and lease administration.

Savills Studley is also adding David Welker as Corporate Managing Director, and new Managing Directors Michael Deatly, Brady Alshouse and Jessica Kokish. Sheila Sheehy and Mara Andreano have also joined the Denver office as Client Service Managers. These new additions all come to Savills Studley from JLL, where they worked under Roebken and Bante.

“Our goal is to continue to operate a best-in-class real estate advisory business that provides the highest level of tenant advocacy, analytics and advisory services to clients drawing from Savills Studley’s local, regional, national, and global platform. The addition of Todd, Greg, and their talented team immediately takes us to the top of the market from a reputation, capability and commitment perspective,” said Schuham. “Looking forward, we will create a collaborative and fun live-work atmosphere where our expectations for office productivity and client service experience are matched by our civic engagement and professional development programs.”

“Savills Studley’s extensive tenant-focused platform and global position provide the ideal resources to service our portfolio of clients,” said Roebken. “Greg and I are extremely pleased to join the leadership team here in Denver, and look forward to working with Studley’s roster of national industry-leading real estate professionals.”

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