Robert E. Loeb
Bob Loeb is a fourth-generation Memphian and President of Loeb Properties. He is the visionary behind the revitalization of Overton Square, the thriving entertainment, dining and shopping district in Midtown Memphis. Giving this treasured landmark a new lease on life earned Bob 2014 Memphian of the Year by Memphis magazine.
Loeb Properties is a commercial real estate investment, development, management, and brokerage company focusing on retail, multifamily, office, single-family and mixed-use properties. Its portfolio includes over 100 retail, office, and multi-tenant properties, along with multifamily, industrial, and single-family developments.
Bob currently is engaged with other stakeholders in the revitalization of Broad Avenue and the Highland Strip in a concerted effort with art and cultural entities, and public and private investors.
Bob graduated from Southern Methodist University (B.S. 1977; M.B.A. 1985). He chaired the Board of Trustees at Memphis University School and the $26.5 million "For Girls, For Life, For Generations" capital campaign at St. Mary's Episcopal School. He is a member of Lambda Alpha International and Urban Land Institute.