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TOK recognized as a top small business IN THE NATION!

The US Chamber of Commerce has selected Thornton Oliver Keller as a Blue Ribbon Small Business Award winner. TOK is one of only 100 small businesses in the nation selected for this honor. The award is given based on TOK's demonstration of exceptional business practices in strategic planning, employee development, community involvement, and customer service. Read the rest of entry »

Industrial product is getting scarce in Boise

2009 marked the peak of the recession for the Boise MSA industrial market. The year ended with -67,000 SF of absorption, much better than the office market (-413,000 SF) and the retail market (-362,000 SF). But the story behind industrial's absorption number is that without the delivery of WinCo's new 713,000 SF distribution facility, absorption for 2009 would have been -780,000 SF. Read the rest of entry »

Dean Pape hired at Thornton Oliver Keller

J. Dean Pape has joined Thornton Oliver Keller and will specialize in office leasing and sales.

Pape has 12 years of experience in real estate development and asset management. Prior to joining TOK, he was the director of real estate for Kendall Auto Group, where he managed holdings in four western states. In 2007, he formed his own development and construction management company, deChase Development Services (now deChase Miksis).

Pape earned his BS in engineering and construction management with a minor in business administration from Oregon State University. He is a member of Certified Commercial Investment Member, Urban Land Institute and the US Green Building Council.

TOK to present at BOMA & IREM

With the new year, comes a new economic outlook season for commercial real estate. The BOMA Symposium kicks things off February 10th at the Stueckle Sky Center located at Boise State University. Peter Oliver, an investment specialist at Thornton Oliver Keller, will be giving the investment market update at the BOMA breakfast. He will look back at 2014 and give his thoughts on what 2015 has in store. Read the rest of entry »