Dennis Dillon

Dennis Dillon
Vice President Brokerage
License 01163725
Corporate License 01100993

Vice President, Brokerage

Dennis Dillon

Dennis Dillon joined MEI Real Estate Services in 1995 after relocating to Southern California from the San Francisco Bay Area. Currently Vice President of Brokerage, Mr. Dillon has over twenty years of experience in the sales, acquisitions and leasing of property in California. Since joining MEI, Mr. Dillon has specialized in the leasing, acquisition and sales of commercial real estate assets throughout the Los Angeles basin and in the Southwestern United States. He has worked closely with clients to understand their individual needs and plan strategies for the optimal utilization of their assets.


University of California, Berkley:
BS Finance, Marketing & Real Estate


Market Experience: Southern California Transaction
Volume: 2 million SF
Industry Specialties: Retail, Industrial Sales
Service Specialties: Buyer Representation

Personal Experience

California Real Estate Salesperson License – 1993
International Council of Shopping Centers
Urban Land Institute

Sales and Acquistions

Las Vegas Off-strip Hotel – $14M
LA Mid-Wilshire Office Building $11.9M
Camarillo Industrial Development – $9.5M
LA Mid-Wilshire Office/Retail Building – $8M
El Segundo Industrial Building $7.8M
Fairfield, CA Retail Strip Center – $4M
Torrance, CA Retail Building – $5M
Modesto, CA Apartment Building – $3.8M
Mission Viejo Automotive Building – $3.5M
LA Koreatown Retail Building – $1.7M
Orange, CA Apartment Building – $1.5M
Tustin Medical Building – $1.5M
West Hollywood Retail Building – $11.2M


Northridge Retail Center – 230k SF
Torrance Retail Center – 100k SF
Gardena Retail Center – 53k SF
LA Mid-Wilshire Office High-rise – 50k SF
Mid-Wilshire Office/Retail Building – 35k SF
Lawndale Retail Center – 43k SF
Beverly Hills Retail & Office Portfolio – 20k SF
Canoga Park Retail Center – 15k SF
Santa Monica Retail & Restaurant Portfolio – 60k SF
West Hollywood Retail Building- 11K SF

Community Service

National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Bike MS