About Robert W. Dedon

Mr. Dedon is experienced in a wide range of real estate in the Puget Sound region. He also has experience in other parts of the country.

Bob Dedon, Real Estate Broker.

In 2015 and 2016, he completed a 43-unit “micro-studio” in Ballard and another 44-unit “micro” project on Capitol Hill. During that time, he permitted and sold a 36-unit traditional apartment building on Capitol Hill. A few years ago, he completed 19 zero-lot-line townhouse units in two subdivisions in Seattle. Along with partner ProStorage Services, he also converted a 76,000 sq. ft. “big box” warehouse into light industrial spaces in Victoria, B.C. He and ProStorage have recently re-converted it into self-storage.

Previously in Washington, he:

  • Developed, managed and sold a six-level, 42-unit apartment building in Seattle.
  • Developed and sold at the permit stage a 40-unit project in Seattle.
  • Renovated an apartment building in north Seattle.
  • Developed a retail project in Monroe, WA.
  • Was project manager for an 89,000 sq. ft. industrial park in Kirkland, WA.
  • Was marketing director for a 70,000 sq. ft. office project and a 170,000 sq. ft. business park, both in Redmond, WA.
  • Did market surveys for office and industrial projects, self-storage projects, apartments, and a congregate care home. Clients included Lincoln Properties, Koll Co., Coldwell Banker, ProStorage Services, Seattle Funding Group, and Daystar Retirement Village.
  • Was National Acquisitions Manager of self-storage projects for Shurgard Storage of Seattle. (Shurgard was a publicly traded REIT listed on the NYSE.)
  • Consulted with numerous clients (e.g., Colliers International, Powell Homes, Goodman Real Estate, Northwest Apartment Management, Rees & Assoc., Self Storage Property Tax Advisors) on specific real estate–related questions.

In Los Angeles, Mr. Dedon was project manager for Ticor Properties for several condominium, single family, self-storage and land development projects. He also conducted market surveys and financial analyses for Real Estate Research Corp., a national real estate research company.

In Louisiana, he purchased a defunct 13-acre manufacturing facility and converted it into an industrial park. He leased its buildings to national tenants and managed it for 16 years.

In New Jersey, he developed on a leasehold a 64,000 gross sq. ft. self-storage project, an asset he now manages for the LLC he organized.

Mr. Dedon is a licensed real estate managing broker in Washington and was formerly both a licensed broker and building contractor in California and Louisiana. He has an MBA in marketing and a BS in real estate from the Department of Finance at University of Southern California. He has lived in Seattle with his family since 1980.