Tom Theobald
Senior Vice President – Development

Tom Theobald brings exceptional expertise, integrity and passion to every development investment. Why? Because delivering a facility on budget and on time or anticipating the future value of a development takes as much experience as it does relationship building.

“Development is all about understanding and fulfilling needs,” says Tom. “From tenants and investors, to city hall and community members, you have to build trusted, lasting relationships with every stakeholder to deliver a facility that ticks all the boxes.”

As Senior Vice President of Development, Tom sources and directs build-to-suit and speculative development activities for Mohr Capital. Operating nationally, Tom leverages a long history of developing successful projects from coast to coast to create value for Mohr Capital and tenant end-users.

Tom has more than 25 years of extensive experience in commercial real estate with a focus on developing industrial properties and mixed-use business parks. Since 2000, he has directed the development of more than 16 million square feet of industrial facilities and 3,000 acres of land.

Prior to joining Mohr Capital, Tom was a Principal at Exeter Property Group and directed development projects in the Midsouth, West Coast and Central Pennsylvania regions of the U.S. He also served for ten years as Senior Vice President and Regional Partner for Verus Partners, where he managed and coordinated the company’s real estate development and leasing strategies in the Central Midwest region.

Tom began his real estate career as an industrial real estate broker with Colliers Turley Martin Tucker in Central Indiana. In 2001, he transitioned into development and construction, joining Browning Investments in Indianapolis as Director of Development.

An alumnus of Indiana University (IU), Tom earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics from the IU School of Business. He supports many charitable organizations and enjoys traveling with his family, exploring new places and staying active.

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Tom Theobald