William Leedom

Bill Leedom is a Senior Development Manager at Touchstone and brings more than 15+ years of asset management, acquisition, disposition and development experience to the team.  At Touchstone, Bill is involved in the entire lifecycle of a development project, including land acquisition, feasibility, entitlements, development, construction, leasing and disposition.

Prior to Touchstone, Bill worked for over a decade at Talon Private Capital.  During his tenure, Bill completed several million square feet of acquisitions and dispositions, managed a 2.7M SF portfolio of 13 Seattle area assets that was the largest receivership in Washington state history, and was responsible for the successful development of Kirkland Urban – a 750,000 SF mixed use project that was ultimately sold to Google.  Before Talon, Bill worked for over five years at Metzler Real Estate, asset-managing properties across the United States.  Bill also interned at Schnitzer West and spent four years in investment banking prior to attending business school.


  • Claremont McKenna College, B.A. Economics and Accounting
  • Columbia Business School, MBA with Emphasis on Real Estate

Professional and Community Activities

  • Member, Urban Land Institute (ULI) Northwest; District Council Member, Suburban Development / Redevelopment National Council Member

Other Interests

  • Family, skiing, tennis, golf, traveling