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Cameron Investments is a commercial real estate investment, development, and private equity company. Cameron’s holdings are principally in Idaho’s Treasure Valley, but extend to Montana, Colorado and Texas. Cameron’s portfolio of income properties is in excess of 670,000 square feet including 277 guest rooms in two hospitality properties. Additionally, Cameron has interests in over 175 acres of development ground.

Cameron’s Signature properties include the eight-story class-A 9th and Idaho building in Boise’s Downtown Central Business District, Hotel 43, a 112 room hotel managed by Interstate Hotels and Resorts that Cameron recently renovated into Boise’s premiere Boutique hospitality property, and the 72,000 square foot Eagle Health Plaza medical office building and Emergency Department in Eagle, Idaho that Cameron developed with St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center.

The principals of Cameron’s partnerships have, combined, over 100 years of experience in commercial investment real estate, successful relationships with institutional lenders, architectural firms, general contractors, legal and professional advisors, local governments, commercial real estate leasing and management firms, and both local and national Tenants. Managed and principally owned by Richard P. Clark and Kenneth L. Pursley, Cameron has extensive and far reaching knowledge of the Treasure Valley commercial real estate market, and is poised to successfully capitalize on the current opportunities for development and ownership in and around Idaho’s Capitol City and beyond. Cameron has been a member of the United States Green Building Council since early 2007.

The Team

Rick has accumulated and managed a portfolio of properties over his years in commercial real estate that now includes medical office, retail, hospitality, office and industrial and exceeds 670,000 square feet. During more than three decades practicing commercial investment real estate in Boise, Rick has been a partner in three brokerage companies. He was formerly the Executive Principal, head of the Investment Services Group, and co-owner of the Colliers International Boise, Sun Valley and Nampa Idaho offices, as well as the majority member of Cameron Investments, L.C.

Rick began his career in commercial real estate in 1972, and in 1977 joined and helped to reorganize White Leasure Clark, which became the largest commercial real estate company in Idaho. In 1998 Rick and his partners sold White Leasure Clark to CMN International, Inc., the largest owner of Colliers International branches in the world. In 2001 Rick and partner George Iliff repurchased the Boise and Sun Valley offices of Colliers International from CMN International, Inc. Rick then re-sold his interests in Colliers to his partners in 2007. Rick has served as a President of Boise’s chapter of CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Members), as well as President and Governor of the National Society of Exchange Counselors. He was a founding organizer and principal donor to the Fulton Street Theater which is now owned by the Boise Contemporary Theater. Rick has served on the Idaho Shakespeare Festival Board of Trustees, facilities committee, capital campaign and is now on the advisory committee. He is Past President and Board Operations Committee Chairman of the Boise Contemporary Theater Board of Trustees, co-chaired the 1998 March of Dimes Commercial Real Estate Awards Committee, and Co-Chaired the St. Alphonsus Festival of Trees in 2001 and 2002 with his wife Liz Roberts. Rick has also been a member of the Boise City Arts Commission, visual arts, performing arts and cultural district.

He is the recipient of several awards during his many years in commercial real estate including the prestigious March of Dimes Commercial Real Estate award in 2005. Rick is an Idaho native and holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Boise State University.

Ken is a founding partner of Givens Pursley LLP, one of the premiere real estate law firms in the Northwest, and was its Managing Partner from its inception in 1977 until January of 2006. His practice focused on business law, including the organization of partnerships, corporations, and joint ventures, reorganizations, and the preparing and reviewing of commercial, financial, and real estate agreements. A significant part of Ken’s practice involved securities and tax issues. He was Chairman of the Limited Liability Company Task Force Subcommittee of the Corporate and Securities Section of the Idaho Bar Association, which drafted Idaho's Limited Liability Company Statute. Ken is a member of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and for many years was named in the publication Best Lawyers in America under real estate. Ken is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Nature Conservancy of Idaho, having just completed a 2-year term as Chairman of the Board. He served until recently on the Boise Mayor’s Foothills Advisory Committee and on the Boise Art Museum Board of Trustees. Ken was also one of the earliest supporters of the Boise Greenbelt project having served as chairman of the City’s Greenbelt Committee in the early 1970’s when the project was initiated.

As Project Manager, Pat has recently completed a 20,000 square foot retail center in Nampa, Idaho as well as the 72,000 St. Alphonsus Eagle Health Plaza for Cameron Investments, and is currently the Project Manager and a Principal in the development of the 69,000 square foot Mulvaney medical office building in Boise, Idaho. Pat's 35 year real estate career has included significant experience in both the brokerage and development of commercial real estate assets. Pat is also the owner of Mountain Pacific Commercial Mortgage LLC, specializing in the origination and placement of construction and term financing for shopping centers, retail projects, office buildings, business parks and multi-family housing developments in Idaho and Oregon. Pat currently serves on the Board of Directors for Tomlinson & Associates, Inc. a diversified real estate company which is primarily engaged in development, management and ownership of multi-family rental housing. In addition he serves on the Board of Directors of S-Sixteen, a real estate company with a large portfolio of retail, office, hotel and multi-family rental projects, and serves as an outside advisor on the Mortgage Investment Committee of D.B. Fitzpatrick Company which is the mortgage portfolio investment manager for the Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI). Pat joined the Ballet Idaho Board in July 2007 and now serves on the Executive Committee.

Lisa joined Cameron Investments in early 2008. Prior to joining the team Lisa was an office broker for Colliers International in Boise. Lisa is responsible for marketing and leasing for the Mulvaney Medical Office Building. Her primary responsibilities at Cameron include sustainable building and development, asset management and lease negotiations. She is also responsible for tenant relations and retention and acts as a liaison between Cameron Investments and property managers and leasing agents for a number of Cameron properties. Lisa is a member of the Idaho Chapter of the US Green Building Council, Urban Land Institute and National Association of Professional Women. She is a Boise native and a second generation commercial real estate professional. Lisa attended Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree. Lisa brings with her extensive experience in management, project management, development and sales and has worked for companies such as Hewlett Packard, Qwest Communications and Business Psychology Associates.

Mark has been working with the Cameron Investments portfolio since 2001, and is responsible for ongoing portfolio operations. In his experience with both Cameron Investments and Colliers International Investment Services, Mark has worked in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions and operations, including acquisition, disposition, leasing, financing, management, development and re-development. Mark coordinates the efforts of Cameron's property managers, leasing agents, maintenance staff, contractors, architects and legal and professional service providers as well as administering Cameron's various operational entities and partnerships and keeping the books and records of the companies. Prior to his career in commercial real estate, Mark worked for a major brokerage firm focusing on wealth management and estate planning for high net worth individuals and business entities.

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