Company Information - Mark Irvin Commercial Real Estate
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Mark Irvin Commercial Real Estate Services, LLC specializes exclusively in office, medical and investment properties.

The firm is “Committed to Timely and Informed Real Estate Decisions” for its clients.

The firm’s associates have been active in the Tucson office, medical and investment markets since 1983 and have tracked those market segments in detail since 1986.

The firm has the most comprehensive historical data on the office market  in Tucson. In addition to its own annual report, the firm reports on the status of the office market for the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors Professional Journal – a national publication – as well.

The firm maintains community connectivity by being active in many civic and professional organizations, including:

  • Arizona Association of Realtors
  • Certified Commercial Investment Member
  • Commercial Real Estate Women
  • National Association of Realtors
  • Rotary Club of Tucson
  • Society of Industrial and Office Realtors
  • Tucson Association of Realtors

About Us

Mark Irvin

Managing Member

Mark C. Irvin, CCIM, SIOR

Mark Irvin has been involved in the commercial real estate industry for most of his adult life.  He has over 35 years of commercial real estate experience in consulting, development and brokerage.

He has been involved in commercial real estate in Tucson since 1983 and moved there full-time in 1986.  Mark was one of the original founding partners for PICOR but left in early 1995 to create his own firm that focuses its efforts exclusively in office, medical and investment real estate.

Mark holds professional designations as both a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and as an Office Specialist with the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR).  In fact, he is the only office and medical specialist in Southern Arizona to hold both distinguished designations.  He has been licensed in the state of Arizona as a Real Estate Broker since 1989.

Mark is very active in the community and serves a leadership role as:

Rio Nuevo Multi-facilities District, serving as its Vice Chair/Secretary since he was appointed by the Speaker of the House in 2013. The District is responsible for downtown redevelopment.

Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Honorary Commander.  Mark has held this position since 2010.  He works with Base leadership in promoting the Base’s interests in the Tucson Community.

Tucson Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, Board Member.  Mark has been a member for many years and was named to the Chamber Board in 2015.  His focus is job creation.

The Rotary Club of Tucson, where he is a past director and has been a member since 1993.

The Tucson Breakfast Club member since 2012.  This, by invitation only, consists of key movers and shakers in Tucson that are focused on educating members on issues impacting Tucson.

BSD Winers and Diners member since 2007.  Mark founded this men’s group and has lead it since its creation.  It is made of community leaders with a strong desire to help the families at Davis Monthan Air Force base.  Since it was created, the group has assisted over 100 families at the Base during the holidays.

Arizona Bowl.  Mark was one of the Founders of the Nova Home Loans Arizona Bowl.  This was the last of the NCAA Football Bowl awarded in 2014.  He sits on the Executive Board and focuses his effort on the military and non-profit engagement.  This event has a $30M impact on the local economy.

Southern Methodist University – Dallas, Texas (Graduated 1986)

BBA – Business, Finance and Real Estate

 

Eastfield College – Dallas, Texas (Graduated 1983)

Associates Degree – Business and Transportation Management

Phi Theta Kappa and Dean’s Honor Role

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Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) Designee

Mark has held his CCIM designation for over 25 years and is a past President of the local Southern Arizona CCIM Chapter. He also helped create the annual forecast competition which has become a national model for other CCIM chapters across the country.

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Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) – Designee

Mark holds an SIOR designation as an Office Property Specialist and has for almost 25 years.

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Dual Designations

Mark was the first office and medical specialist in Southern Arizona, if not the state of Arizona, to hold dual designations as both a CCIM and an SIOR.  He is the only office and medical specialist in Tucson to hold both designations.

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson

Mark is a past President and has been involved in the board since 1991. In December 2007 he was named to the Club’s Emeritus Board. He helped create and chaired all of the Club’s major fund-raising activities including THE EVENT, THE PARTY, The Hump Day Mixer, and The Million Dollar Auction.

Pima Community College Foundation

Mark is a past President and has been on the board of directors since 2001. He has chaired most of the Foundation Committee’s.

Davis Monthan Air Force Base 355th Fighter Wing

Mark is the Honorary Commander for the Air Force Base. It is a distinction he has held since 2010. He was just reappointed to a new 2-year term in 2012.

American Red Cross – Southern Arizona Chapter

Mark is a past board member of the local chapter and during his 3-year term he was the chapter’s biggest fund-raiser and that continued for 3 years after he stepped down.

Rotary Club of Tucson

Mark has been a member for over 20 years and joined in January 1993. He is a past Board Member, Community Service Funding Chair, and Program Chair.

Southern Arizona Leadership Council

Mark has been a member since January 2009.

Rio Nuevo Multi-Facilities District

Mark was selected Vice Chair in March 2010 and later Secretary in February 2013. He is one of 3 board members that make up the District’s Executive Officers.

Tucson Breakfast Club

Mark has been a member since January 2012. This, by invitation only, group is made up of key mover and shakers in the community.

BSD Winers and Diners

Mark helped found this men’s group and has lead it since 2007, when it was initially formed. This group meets monthly and donates in excess of $20,000 annually to various charities in Tucson including supporting 10 airmen families at DMAFB during the holidays.

National Service to Youth Award (2016)

Awarded to Mark in recognition of his 25 plus years of support and leadership to the Boys and Girls Clubs.

Presented by the Boys and Girls Clubs of America

 

The Click For Kids Award (2015)

Mark was the 7th recipient of this prestigious award. It is the highest honor the Boys and Girls of Tucson awards. The Award is presented in recognition of a person, couple or an organization that have had a substantial impact on the kids at the Clubs and over a long time.

Presented by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson

 

The Boys and Girls Clubs Youth of the Year Program (2012)

The Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson renamed its annual youth of the year program “The Mark Irvin City of Tucson Youth of the Year Competition” in perpetuity in recognition of Mark’s leadership and commitment in running the program for over 17 years.

Presented by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson

 

Society of Industrial and Office Realtors President’s National Award For Community Service (2012)

Mark is the only two time winner of this SIOR National Award for Community Service. This is not an award that is presented every year. Rather, since it was created in 2007, it has been awarded 8 times. 
He was selected from over 3,500 real estate professionals in the United States.

Presented by the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors

 

United States of America, Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award for Community Service (2011)

This United States Presidential Award was presented to Mark in recognition and appreciation of Mark’s longtime commitment to strengthening our Nation and making a difference nationally and locally through volunteer service.

Presented by President Barak Obama

 

Society of Industrial and Office Realtors President’s National Award For Community Service (2007)

This first ever SIOR National Award for community service was presented to Mark in recognition of his extensive and long tenured efforts in community service.  

He was selected from over 3,000 real estate professionals in the United States.


Presented by the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors

 

Emeritus Board
of Boys and Girls Clubs (2007)

This recognition has only been bestowed on 15 people in the last 60 plus years the Boys and Girls Clubs has been in service to Tucson’s Youth.

Presented by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson

Emeritus Board of the Pima Community College Foundation (2006)

Mark is one of three Emeritus members of the Board of Directors for the Pima Community College Foundation.  He is also a past President of the Foundation.

Presented by Pima Community College Foundation

 

Spirit of Philanthropy Award (2005)

In recognition of Mark’s fund-raising, leadership, and philanthropic efforts in the Tucson community

Presented by the Association of Fund-Raising Professionals

 

Dynamic Duo Award
 (2005)

Awarded to the most “dynamic” two people who have worked together to impact their community. Presented to long time friends and fund-raising co-chairs who have worked on countless community events it recognized Mark and his pal David M. Lovitt, Jr.

Presented by Pima Council on Aging

 

CCIM Annual Market Forecast Competition Winner (numerous)

Mark helped create this real estate competition in 1992 which stacks the top brokers in the community against one another. Each presents a prediction on where the market will end up year-end.  

Mark initially won it in 1996. Thereafter, he won it in back-to-back-to back in the 2003, 2004 and 2005 competitions. Mark competed annually 12 times finishing first 4 times and second 8 times. He retired from the competition in 2006.

Presented by the Southern Arizona Chapter of Certified Commercial Investment Members

 

Boys and Girls Clubs Six Figure Club (numerous)

Presented to Board Members who have raised at least $100,000 in a calendar year.  This distinctive award was created when 2 board members, Mark Irvin and David Lovitt, cracked the $100,000 mark for the Clubs in 1999. Mark has been on this list 15 of the last 17 years.

Presented by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson

 

Rotary Paul Harris Fellow (numerous)

In appreciation of tangible and significant assistance given for the furtherance of better understanding and friendly relations of people of the world.  

Mark has five Paul Harris Fellows (Five Stars)

Presented by The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International

 

Who’s Who in America (numerous)

The award recognizes outstanding community leaders who have impacted their communities. Mark was first recognized in 1995 and has been recognized most years since.

Presented by Who’s Who in America

 

Outstanding Young Men in America Award
 (numerous)

Mark was recognized every year from 1985 to 1992 with this award that recognizes “up and comers”.

Presented by Outstanding Young Men in America

Janine Irvin

Designated Broker

Janine joined Mark Irvin Commercial Real Estate Services, LLC in 1999, bringing over ten years of diverse commercial real estate experience. This experience included asset management and real estate trust officer in the banking industry, and zoning consultant and site acquisition for a wireless communication company.

Since joining the firm, Janine has focused her efforts on office and medical office properties. She serves as the Designated Broker of the firm. Janine has lived most of her life in Tucson and graduated from the University of Arizona, earning a BSBA in Finance. She is a member of the local chapter of Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and earned her CCIM designation in 2008. She is also a member and past board member of Tucson Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW).

Her community involvement includes being actively involved in issues relating to children as an Associate Board Member of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson. She also served on the Board of Directors for the Humane Society of Southern Arizona (HSSA).