Robert Shibuya

Chairman & CEO


14643 Dallas Parkway
Suite 1000
Dallas, TX 75254

Direct: (214) 273-8671
Office: (972) 239-0394

Robert Shibuya, Chairman and CEO of Mohr Partners, has 39 years of commercial real estate experience in the acquisition, development, finance, leasing and disposition of office, industrial, retail and healthcare properties representing both occupiers and investors.  In April 2017, Mr. Shibuya led the management buyout of Mohr Partners, a leading occupier-focused global corporate real estate advisory & brokerage services firm and became its Chairman, CEO and majority/controlling Shareholder. Mohr Partners advises both US mid-cap and large-cap global corporates in managing their owned and leased real estate to support their core business operations throughout their asset life cycle including portfolio strategy, site selection, tax incentive advisory, acquisition/disposition brokerage and project & development management.

He is passionate at driving diversity in the commercial real estate industry for women, people of color and the LGBTQ community and is proud that Mohr Partners is now the world’s largest commercial real estate services firm certified as a Minority Business Enterprise (“MBE”) by the National Minority Supplier Development Council (“NMSDC”). He leads a management team that is over 100% diverse, which has enabled Mohr Partners to become a “Top Three” global corporate real estate services provider serving over 400 clients ranging from PE backed mid-cap companies to public Fortune 500 firms.

Prior to joining Mohr Partners, Mr. Shibuya served as a senior executive & C-Suite executive with Cushman & Wakefield, DTZ, Trammell Crow and CBRE. He is actively involved in numerous professional organizations including the Real Estate Roundtable.

Mr. Shibuya resides in Dallas, Texas with his wife of 25 years and two sons, Robert and Richard who all work at Mohr Partners. He is a passionate outdoorsman and spends his free time fishing, boating and dirt bike riding in the summers and skiing in the winters.

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