Condon is a member of NAIOP, SIOR and the Washington StateCommercial Realtors Association, and he is active in the RotaryClub of Seattle and Northwest Next Leaders Council organizations.His leadership abilities and career success has been featured inTeams Built to Dominate by Rod Santomassimo, and he is currentlyco-authoring a book, Exceeding Your Expectations: An Executive’s Guideto Finding the Right Commercial Brokerage Team and How to Avoid a RealEstate Disaster. Never resting on his laurels, last year he launched theindustry’s first industrial-focused podcast, Industrial Advisors.
Outside of the office, Condon serves as a board member for hisalma mater, Whitworth University’s Global School of Commerceand is the parish finance counsel chair for Our Lady of Fatima. Hecoaches local basketball and baseball youth teams and is a boardmember for Magnolia Little League.
John Dobrott has made a name for himself pursuing industrial opportunitiesthat others overlooked. As the president of industrial for ConorCommercial Real Estate, Dobrott doesmore than oversee the developmentprocess; he takes a forward-looking viewof the industrial market to bring themost innovative properties to growingmajor markets. This has regularly putthe firm ahead of market trends. InIn the last three years, Dobrott has developed six industrial properties in four states, in addition to securing new land sites and salesand lease transactions. Under Dobrott’s leadership, the company hasexpanded its portfolio of speculative and build-to-suit industrial andoffice projects for Fortune 50 and Fortune 500 companies. He hascurated an office culture and mission for his team that aligns withgrowth goals and invites team members to accomplish those goals.
Last year, Dobrott was president of NAIOP’s Inland EmpireChapter, where he was actively involved in the organization’s legislative affairs committee to work on important legislation impactingthe industrial industry. He is a board member for NAIOP’s SoCalChapter and is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the USGreen Building Council. He is also focused on encouraging andmentoring colleagues and younger development professionalslooking for tools to advance their careers.
In his 25-year career, Mike Doyle has
worked tirelessly to provide thorough
analysis and consultation for commer-
cial real estate. After starting his career
on the money desk of a national bank,
Doyle started down the real estate path
as a commercial appraiser with Hanson
Real Estate Advisors, where he spent 15
years serving investors, owners/users
and financial institutions. He transi-
tioned into the brokerage industry as
an advisor with VIP Commercial, and today, Doyle is a senior associ-
ate and in-house corporate real estate specialist at LandQwest
As a real estate specialist, he works alongside developers toadvise on commercial park projects, like Southlinks Commons ofBonita. The project is a 26-acre, mixed-use commercial park with260,000 square feet of dock-high warehouse and grade-level flexunits. These types of projects have helped to highlight theSouthwest Florida industrial market and to attract demand.
Doyle is a member of CCIM and ICSC and is a former candidatefor the Fort Myers City Council Ward 4.
EDWARD W. EASTON
The industrial market wasn’t always thedarling of commercial real estate, but ithas always been Edward W. Easton’s favorite asset class. He closed his first warehouse sale in 1974, and never lookedback. In his 46-year career as founder andchairman of the Easton Group in SouthFlorida, he has built innovative class-Aindustrial developments throughout themarket. He regularly partners with institutional investors like Prologis, Invescoand State Farm, which leverage Easton as an experienced local expertwith a track record of delivering quality industrial properties.
International Corporate Park is the crown jewel in his long history of building class-A properties. In 1993, he purchased 300 acreson the outskirts of Miami and created a flagship property for international tenants, including Dole and FedEx. At the time, there werefew developments in the area. Today, it is a highly sought-after industrial submarket with few remaining development opportunities.
In 2019, Easton refinanced the company’s 4. 5 million-square-foot portfolio to decrease operating costs while completing leasing,bringing the portfolio to 100% occupancy. He also partnered withPrologis to build a $70 million development in Fort Lauderdale,and the first two phases are already fully leased.
When Easton isn’t overseeing industrial developments, he isserving as a leader in the industry. He is the former president of theMiami Board of Realtors, and he is a member of the Coral GablesBoard of Realtors and the National Institute of Real Estate Boards.Lending his industry knowledge to local land acquisitions, Eastonwas appointed by Florida Governor Jeb Bush to serve as chair of acommittee to oversee land acquisitions and facility maintenanceoperations of the Miami-Dade school system, one of the largest inthe country. He is also a trustee emeritus and past chairman of themaster planning committee at the University of Miami, where heoversees real estate interests and acquisitions.
Nearly every year in the last decade,John Godwin has been in the top 20producers in Marcus & Millichap’soffice and industrial properties division.While he has a deep understanding ofdifferent asset classes in commercialreal estate, Godwin has been a leader inthe industrial sector. During his 30-yearcareer, he has closed more than $1.5 billion in transactions, and in the last threeyears alone, Godwin has completed