Terry E. Mitchell is a passionate housing developer. At different stages of his career, he has embraced suburban housing, low-impact development, neo-traditional town planning, urban infill, and vertical mixed-use high-rise development. His company, Momark Development L.L.C., is 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 Austonian, Plum Creek, Chestnut Commons, Edgewick, Gabardine, Macmora Cottages and The Sanctuary Lofts. He has developed over 20,000 residential units and over $1.8 billion in residential community value. Mitchell received his BBA from the University of Texas at Austin, a MBA from Saint Edward’s University and the JD from Saint Mary’s University.
Mitchell currently serves on the Board of the Hill Country Conservancy, the Austin District Council for the Congress for New Urbanism, the Board of Directors of HousingWorks Austin and the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce.
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