AUSTIN--Weitzman, one of the largest commercial real estate services firms based in Texas, is expanding its existing Corporate Services platform to Central Texas.
The expansion of office services in Austin allows the company, which currently leases and-or manages several high-profile office projects in Central Texas, to leverage its statewide office brokerage platform. Weitzman Corporate Services Division specializes in office and offers a wide range of tenant services including, strategic planning and needs assessment, financial, market and labor analyses, lease restructuring, renewals, relocations, expansions, subleasing and disposition of excess space, acquisitions, dispositions and build-to-suits.
Handling office brokerage in Austin is Executive Vice President and Director of Brokerage, Matt Epple. Epple currently directs the brokerage division in Austin along with handling tenant representation, investment sales and project representation.
The expansion of the division includes Associate Andrew Alvarado, who will collaborate on office brokerage with Epple and Weitzman’s Dallas-based President of Corporate Services Division, Larry Denisoff. Prior to Alvarado joining Weitzman, his commercial real estate experience includes work as an associate and in asset management with Austin-based Preston Properties, a commercial real estate firm.
Denisoff, who has directed the Corporate Services Division since the early 1990s, specializes in the representation of office and industrial tenants in lease negotiations, sales and other real estate needs.
Weitzman currently manages close to 1 million square feet of office projects in Texas, including well-known Austin projects like downtown’s Scarbrough and Littlefield Buildings, the mixed-use office-and-retail 4200 North Lamar building and the office tower at Capital Plaza.
“We specialize in a creative approach to transactions,” Epple said. “Our focus on behalf of our clients is to find space that meets their current and future needs while offering flexibility along with incorporating safety measures that can be efficiently implemented, from access to layout to employee distancing when needed.”