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Savills Acquires Workplace Solutions Advisor T3

Savills has acquired T3 Advisors, a real estate and workplace solutions advisor which will rebrand as T3 Advisors, A Savills Company. Boston-based Roy Hirshland (pictured), CEO and founder of T3, will became a vice chairman at Savills and will continue to leadT3.

Mitchell E. Rudin, Savills North America chairman and CEO, said, “T3’s innovative approach to serving clients in the life sciences and technology communities aligns perfectly with Savills strategic objectives. We are looking forward to working with T3 across our platform to expand relationships with existing and new clients.”

Added David Lipson, president of Savills North America, “Over the course of the past two years, I have had the privilege of working closely with a number of T3’s talented professionals, and I have found T3’s culture, business, focus on diversity, equity and inclusion, and creativity to be in lockstep with Savills business philosophy and values.” 


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