From San Francisco to New York, we’re growing fast. Each office is a unique combination of Meyers Research culture and local flavor.
151 South El Camino Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
One of the world’s most recognizable addresses, our corporate office is situated a few blocks away from the famed Rodeo Drive and just steps from the historic Beverly Wilshire. From this unique location in the heart of Los Angeles, our team has easy access to the wide range of price points and products ranging from affordable apartments to luxury homes.
435 South Cedros Avenue, Suite 304
Solana Beach, CA 92075
The coastal town of Solana Beach has almost always perfect year-round weather. Centrally located within the county, it offers great access to the diversity in housing experiences ranging from high-end coastal product to high-density urban living. The San Diego office is a multidisciplinary real estate shop, where the team specializes in housing, commercial, and resort development.
3200 Bristol Street, Suite 640
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Orange County is often referred to as a laboratory for suburban new home product and master-planned communities. Our Costa Mesa office is a stone’s throw from many of the nation’s homebuilders corporate and regional offices. With the area teeming with homebuilding talent, the office is able to keep abreast on the latest trends in real estate.tate.
675 Hartz Avenue, Suite 206
Danville, CA 94526
Located in the quaint downtown of Danville, our San Francisco office offers a laid back vibe within this enormous metropolitan area. From this location, the team can explore the full gamut of housing options the Bay Area has to offer, including urban high-rises in San Francisco, in-fill townhome product in the Silicon Valley, and suburban detached housing in the Central Valley.
6688 N. Central Expressway, Suite 550
Dallas, TX 75206
Dallas was ranked by Forbes in 2015 as the third fastest growing city in America, behind its Texan counterparts—Houston and Austin. Meyers’ hub in Texas is based in one of the nation’s top performing residential markets, and the team is centrally located to extract insights from renters and homebuyers in this sprawling metropolis.
Houston, the Energy Capital of the World, is the most populous and diverse city in Texas. The city once relied on the energy sector to provide 80% of their jobs, but now includes a broader spectrum, including manufacturing, aeronautics, and transportation. Our team has seen the market through the ups and downs and the expertise developed is instrumental in helping builders and developers understand and navigate the dynamic and diversified local economy.
8700 East Via de Ventura, Suite 205
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
The suburban desert landscape, warm weather, and low cost of living entices snowbirds to migrate each year. As such, the Valley of the Sun remains one of the most active and fastest growing housing markets in the country and a hub for empty nesters. Located on the ground floor of a new hip, mixed-use project, the Scottsdale team is just steps the destination mall Scottsdale Fashion Square.
The Rocky Mountains serve as an idyllic backdrop for our Denver office. Our team focuses on helping a variety of builders and developers navigate local and regional housing market nuances in the Mile High City and beyond.
The City of Brotherly Love is the nation’s fifth largest metro and is steeped in history. Meyers’ Philadelphia office is located in Center City’s central business district, steps from Logan Square. Our Philadelphia team collaborates with Drexel University’s Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation, keeping abreast on the latest research in housing.
315 West 36th Street
New York, NY 10018
Located in one of the world’s centers for finance, culture, media, and fashion, this metropolis continues to dominate America’s urban landscape. Densely populated, this urban melting pot is one of the priciest housing markets in the country. It is also hotbed for high-rise development, mixed-used product, and redevelopment.
Seattle, a city on Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest, is surrounded by water, mountains and evergreen forests, and contains thousands of acres of parkland. Washington State’s largest city, it’s home to a large tech industry. The futuristic Space Needle, a 1962 World’s Fair legacy, is its most iconic landmark and Seattle continues to one of our top growing housing markets in the US. Dotted with infill product and suburban neighborhoods, this market attracts both large public builders and a slew of local builders.