We are KMD Studley
KMD Studley provides specialized real estate advisory services to sophisticated clients doing business in Austin, San Antonio and the IH-35 connector – the Central Texas growth corridor. Our firm is the result of a unique affiliation between KMD Realty Advisors, founded by partners Bart Koontz, Red McCombs, and Marshall Davidson, our Managing Principal, and London-based Savills Studley, the premier international provider of corporate tenant representation services. Prior to organizing KMD, Davidson was a senior commercial real estate advisor with Cushman & Wakefield in Houston and served as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps.
Our practice focuses on these specialized services:
- Office, industrial, and medical tenant representations
- Development property sales, long term ground leases and multi-tract assemblages
- Corporate and facility location advisories (site surveys, incentives, and negotiation)
- Complex integrations of credit tenancies, experienced capital, national developers and build-to-suit facilities
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Austin, San Antonio and the IH-35 Connector:
We based our practice in Austin and San Antonio and the IH-35 corridor that connects them because high-growth Central Texas is internationally recognized as a great place to live and do business. The job and population growth pattern here has been compared to that of the high growth years of the Los Angeles/San Diego/IH-5 corridor.
We are Texans. We Know Texas (and beyond)
Most of KMD Studley’s professionals are native Texans and some of our families have been here for generations.
We know and understand Texas cities and towns and Texas people. We have been educated, lived and worked in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and California well as in Texas. Our varied experiences and professional backgrounds allow us to help our clients work through multi-faceted relocation issues including recommending legal, engineering and environmental resources, solving nuanced local and regional public policy issues, broadening development rights and securing tax incentives and, introducing appropriate capital and development partners.