As a Founding Partner of Childress Klein, Landon brings nearly 4 decades of experience in the commercial real estate industry with an emphasis on developing industrial facilities that are safe, efficient and meet the needs of our most progressive clients.
Passionate about delivering spaces that not only stand the rest of time, but improve our client’s process and increase profitability, Landon has an exceptional ability to manage large, technically complex projects while fostering a high level of teamwork. With the dedication of him and his team, Childress Klein has developed more than 20 million square feet of industrial space throughout the southeast, in addition to managing and leasing another 10 million square feet. His knowledge of the market, combined with his reputation and expertise, help create environments that run safely, efficiently and effectively.
In his free time, you can find Landon skiing in the mountains of Vail, Colorado or playing golf along the coast in Sea Island, Georgia. Not only is he an avid outdoorsman, Landon has also been a part of several organizations including a past chairman for the Charlotte Regional Partnership, Mecklenburg County Capital Budget Advisory Commission, as well as the past president for the Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors.
MBA, with Honors | University of Virginia
B.S., cum laude | Washington & Lee University
Division Partner, 1988 to Present
Trammell Crow Company
Partner, 1985 - 1988
Leasing Agent, 1982 - 1985
Licensed Real Estate Broker (North Carolina & South Carolina)
Seventh & Tryon Redevelopment Steering Committee, Co-Chair
Charlotte Regional Business Alliance, Executive Committee
UNCC / Childress Klein Center for Real Estate, Advisory Board Chair
Charlotte Regional Partnership, Past Chair
Kinder-Mourn, Inc., Past Chair
Mecklenburg County Capital Budget Advisory Commission, Past Chair
Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors, Past President
YMCA of Charlotte Past Director, Past Chair of Childress Klein YMCA
Did you know?
Landon was salutatorian of his high school graduating class, but was voted “most likely to . . . we don’t know”.