Quentin Dastugue, CCIM
4141 Veterans Blvd.
Quentin Dastugue, one of the founding partners of Property One, Inc., is Chief Executive Officer. His thirty-nine years in commercial real estate have included leasing, investment sales, development, property management, construction project management and consulting.
During this same period, he served four consecutive terms as a Louisiana State Representative and, as Chairman of the House Committee on Transportation, Highways and Public Works, was responsible for the passage of the state Transportation Trust Fund. He was given one of eleven prestigious “Legislator of the Year” national awards in 1994. In 1995, he was the Republican nominee Candidate for Governor.
Quentin attended the Georgia Institute of Technology and earned a degree in Civil Engineering. Upon graduation in 1977, he returned to his native New Orleans and assumed a position as Commercial Leasing Manager for Medallion Management, Inc. with responsibilities for office buildings and shopping centers. In 1985, he and two partners founded Property One, which is one of the largest commercial firms in Louisiana.
He has represented such clients as Houston’s restaurant, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, McGlinchey Stafford law firm, LLOG Exploration, CETCO Oilfield Services, LaPorte CPAs and Business Advisors, Expro, Goodyear, Chicago Bridge & Iron Company (CB&I), and Eskew+Dumez+Ripple architects.
Quentin has served on numerous civic organizations and real estate industry committees. Quentin serves on, or has served on, the Board of Directors of The Audubon Institute, the Board of Directors of the Idea Village and as Co-chairman of the “Top 10 by 2010” initiative and Co-chairman of the Chamber’s Intermodal Transportation Committee.
He is a graduate of the Loyola University Institute of Politics and has been a youth basketball and softball coach for over twenty years.