Maurice Nieman Joins Savills Studley’s Capital Markets Group

19 January 2018

Global commercial real estate services firm Savills Studley announced today that Maurice Nieman, a recognized expert in net leased properties, has joined the firm’s Capital Markets group as Executive Managing Director. He, along with Carlos Diaz Managing Director, and Alexis Abad, Client Services Coordinator, comes to the company from CBRE.

Based in Savills Studley’s Los Angeles office, Nieman and his team specialize in the sale, purchase and recapitalization of single and multi-tenanted retail, office and industrial properties throughout the United States.

Nieman has more than 30 years of real estate experience in business development, deal origination and property management. Since 2007, he has participated in the sale of hundreds of properties nationwide including net leased retail, industrial medical and office assets totaling more than $1 billion.

“We are actively expanding our Capital Markets practice and Maurice brings to the firm extensive relationships and a depth of experience that will significantly enhance our success in this arena,” said Savills Studley Vice Chairman, Director and Regional Manager Mark Sullivan.

“As a long-standing entrepreneur who has built many businesses over the course of my career, Savills Studley offers an excellent opportunity to be instrumental in growing this service offering, along with an innovative, supportive and client-centric platform,” added Nieman.

Maurice and his team advise a diverse client base which includes public and privately held real estate investment trusts (REITs), high net worth individuals, merchant developers, partnerships, syndications, family offices, offshore investors, funds and institutional investment groups.

Among the services offered are disposition and acquisition advisory, portfolio analysis, lease renegotiations, sale-leasebacks, valuation analysis, market and demographic evaluation, own vs. lease assessment, 1031 exchange execution and capital markets consulting.