Terry E. Mitchell is President of Momark Development L.L.C. based in Austin, TX. Terry is heavily involved in the planning and development of various residential and mixed-use real estate developments involving approximately 6,500 residential units and related mixed-uses. Projects include The Tyndall at Robertson Hill, The Austonian (development consultant and marketing manager), the Denizen, Plum Creek, Chestnut Commons, Edgewick, Gabardine, Macmora Cottages and The Sanctuary Lofts.
Mr. Mitchell’s focus is largely set upon urban residential or mixed-use projects that create unique communities offering extraordinary lifestyles. From The Austonian to Chestnut Commons to The Tyndall, each community has a unique and special personality.
Prior to his arrival at Momark, Mr. Mitchell served in a number of management positions including as Vice President of Milburn Homes (D.R. Horton, Inc. division). In his 20-plus years in real estate, Mr. Mitchell has developed over 20,000 residential units and over $3 billion in residential community value.
Mr. Mitchell received his Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Texas in Austin. He also received his Masters of Business Administration from Saint Edward’s University and his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Saint Mary’s University in San Antonio. Terry practiced law in Texas and California.
Mr. Mitchell is a past President of the Real Estate Council of Austin, and previously served on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for 13 years. He also has served on the Board of Hill Country Conservancy, the Austin District Council for the Congress for New Urbanism and the Austin Chamber of Commerce, and the District Council for ULI. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of HousingWorks Austin, is the past Co-Chair of the ULI Housing & Community Development Council and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Capital Metro, on the Transportation Policy Board of Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO), on the Regional Affordability Committee for Central Texas, and on the Code Advisory Group Committee.