Don Little serves as Senior Vice President of Development for TCC’s Northern California Business Unit. Don joined the firm to build our portfolio of new developments as well as guiding pipeline projects through the approval, construction and marketing phases to stabilized operations.
Little brings over 33 years of industry and market experience to TCC. He began his career as an industrial, land and R&D real estate broker in the San Francisco Bay Area where he was repeatedly a top producer. His development career started with the Koll Company in 1986 where he rose to be the Regional Senior Vice President. Thereafter he joined Catellus Development Corporation where he was the regional leader for the company’s development activities throughout the West and Northwest regions of the U.S. After Catellus, Don became the Senior Vice President for Opus West Corporation where he was responsible for the Northern California region with three offices between San Francisco, San Jose and Sacramento. He formed his own company in 2009, Don Little Group, and provided development and marketing services to his investor clients throughout Northern California. After a brief stint with Harsch Investment Properties, where he secured the companies first ever build to suit, he joined our Northern California group.
Don has developed and originated over 28 million square feet of office, industrial, retail, apartment, and condo projects in multiple markets. Since joining TCC, he obtained approvals and leads the leasing for the 1.3 million square foot Oakls Logistics Center. He also sourced the Diridon mixed-use development (one million square feet of TOD tech office and 325 luxury apartment units in downtown San Jose), where he continues as Project Lead.
Professional Affiliations & Community Involvement
- Gateway Corporate Center – Sacramento
- Terraces Residential Condominiums – San Francisco
- Sierra Point Owners and Environmental – Brisbane
- Opus Logistics Center - Stockton
Education & Credentials
- University of California, Bachelor of Arts in Economics