Rosewood Property Co. (RPC), a real estate firm with self-storage interests, has named Rick Perdue company president. Perdue, who’s held several senior real estate positions, will report to CEO Bill Flaherty, according to John Dziminski, president and CEO of The Rosewood Corp., RPC’s parent company.
Perdue joined RPC from Mill Creek Residential LLC, a national multi-family builder, investor and operator, where he served as senior managing director. He previously spent 17 years with Dallas-based Tonti Properties, including more than eight years as head of development and acquisitions, according to a press release.
“Rick’s national experience in real estate investment and acquisitions will be a significant addition to RPC, as we have increased our investments around the country,” Flaherty said. “Our portfolio includes office, industrial, multi-family and storage projects, as well as land and development opportunities.”
Perdue is a board member on the Real Estate Council and a founding board member of Circuit Trail Conservancy. He earned an MBA from Tulane University in 1997 and holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Auburn University.
Based in Dallas, RPC owns 43 self-storage facilities in 11 states, totaling more than 3.25 million square feet and containing 26,500 storage units. The company is developing multi-story projects in select markets and remains focused on actively building its portfolio, mainly through acquisition, a previous release stated.
RPC is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Rosewood Corp., a private investment concern owned by the Caroline Hunt Trust Estate. Its investments include office, multi-family, industrial, self-storage and land assets as well as equity securities of public and private real estate investment companies.