Bob Mitchell

Bob Mitchell

Retail Brokerage | Partner
Phone: 
208.947.0836

EXPERIENCE

Bob Mitchell joined TOK Commercial as a retail specialist in 1997.  Along with his brokerage and development experience, he has also managed a wide variety of shopping malls and power centers.  Bob has been a partner in the firm since 2000.  

Bob’s extensive representation background has proven invaluable to clients who need sites found, spaces leased and transactions completed.  

Bob has worked on several projects of significance in the Boise area, including:  Treasure Valley Marketplace, Treasure Valley Crossing, and the Family Center at Federal Way.

Bob has performed leasing, site search and site disposition work for many retailers, including:  Albertsons, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Olive Garden, Five Guys, Culver’s and Fred Meyer.

PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

Bob has been a featured speaker at a wide variety of business forums and has also been a guest lecturer at Boise State University, Idaho State University, Utah State University and The College of Idaho.

EDUCATION

Bob received his bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah in 1978.  He has earned the Certified Shopping Center Manager (CSM) professional designation from the International Council of Shopping Centers.

FAMILY

Bob and his wife, Betty, live in Eagle and have four grown children and nine grandchildren. 

Recent Posts

TOK Commercial's Retail Report for Q1 2021 in the Boise MSA

2020 began with a strong start for the Retail market, posting 166,000 square feet of positive net absorption in the first 90 days.

TOK Commercial March Market Health Lease and Sales Activity

While the impact of COVID-19 on Idaho's commercial real estate markets continues to play out, as we enter 2021, it's very helpful to consider a few key metrics which we believe best highlight the overall condition of individual product sectors.

TOK Commercial February Market Health Lease and Sales Activity

While the impact of COVID-19 on Idaho's commercial real estate markets continues to play out, as we enter 2021, it's very helpful to consider a few key metrics which we believe best highlight the overall condition of individual product sectors.