Dan Minnaert joined Thornton Oliver Keller’s commercial real estate team in 2000 as a Commercial Property Manager. In 2002, he transitioned from his previous position to specialize in Industrial Brokerage and Tenant Representation. Dan became a partner at Thornton Oliver Keller in 2006.
Dan graduated from South Dakota State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Commercial Economics. Upon graduation from college, prior to entering the real estate industry, Dan spent 13 years in sales management with Daktronics Inc, in the College and University division. His duties included sales, contract negotiations, and project management for placement of large-scale video replay screens into collegiate athletic sporting venues throughout the western United States.
When Dan started with Thornton Oliver Keller as a Commercial Property Manager. In this position, his management portfolio grew to over 1,232,288 square feet of leasable area. Dan’s day-to-day contact with tenants and owners, along with his strong commitment to customer service, has proved to be
valuable to all his clients.
Partial Client List
- Corporate Technologies
- Business Property Trust
- Critical Care Systems, Inc.
- Kimball Electronics
- Idaho Specialized Transportation
- University of Idaho
- Factory Motor Parts
- Johnson Brothers
- Cascade Lighting
- Corporate Office Installations
PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Dan holds the Society of Office and Industrial Realtor (SIOR) designation. Individuals who hold the SIOR designation are top producers in the commercial real estate field and are represented in 480 cities and 20 countries around the world. Dan also holds the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation. This designation is widely regarded as the industry’s highest accreditation.
Dan completed Leadership Nampa in 2003 and sat on the Board of Directors for the Nampa Chamber of Commerce.
FAMILY, HOBBIES & INTERESTS
Dan currently lives on the Boise Bench with his wife and four children. Together they enjoy numerous outdoor, sporting and cultural activities.