Debbie Cook joined the Property Management team at Thornton Oliver Keller in 2014. A seasoned veteran of commercial property management, Debbie has navigated a wide range of property management projects throughout her career — from large, mixed-use properties to multi-tenant retail centers. Debbie cultivates strong relationships with the tenants and owners of the properties that she manages and brings a refreshing level of dedication, reliability and integrity as she works on behalf of all of her clients.
Debbie’s management portfolio encompasses nearly 1.1 million square feet of commercial properties. Class ‘A’ properties under her management include Talus Professional Plaza medical building, Sonoma Square office building, and Washington Group Plaza office building. Debbie was also the recipient of Thornton Oliver Keller’s Property Manager of the Year award in 2017.
Debbie’s extensive experience with all aspects of property management means that she is as comfortable with re-tenanting, tenant improvements, and building operations as she is with vendor relations and financial reporting. Debbie is experienced in tackling everything from long-term strategic market positioning to the daily property issues faced by owners.
Debbie works closely with Thornton Oliver Keller’s clients to develop and manage uniquely customized management programs that focus on costefficient operations and tenant retention. In short, Debbie provides solutions for her clients, not simply services.
PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Debbie is a past President of BOMA Idaho and finds this association very rewarding, as it allows her to play a significant part in creating and maintaining the high standards and professional camaraderie of the property management community in Boise.
FAMILY, HOBBIES & INTERESTS
Debbie moved to Boise in 2004 from Melbourne, Australia. An enthusiastic explorer, she has travelled to nine countries and thirty states across the USA. Debbie, her husband Corey, and their family enjoy entertaining, playing games and costuming.