Rod Mullice Tapped as SVP and National Director of Transit Oriented Development Group in Atlanta
Rod Mullice joined Colliers International Atlanta as senior vice president and national director of the recently formed transit-oriented development (TOD) group.
The TOD group will offer strategic advisory and associated services to municipalities, transit systems, developers and landlords. The group will focus on real estate opportunities within one-half mile of transit stations.
In his new role, Mullice will lead the firm’s full platform of advisory services focused on transit-oriented development in the top 20 transit markets in the U.S.
A 17-year industry veteran, Mullice comes to Colliers International from Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, where he was a managing director in the firm’s municipal advisory group for transit-oriented development. Prior to his role at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, Mullice was a partner of a team at Liberty Partners that developed affordable housing. He has also served as a consultant at KHAFRA Engineering Consultants, where he was a public liaison for the City of Atlanta’s $3.2 billion sewer system rehabilitation.
Mullice’s transactions and assignments include serving as project executive for the disposition of 300,000 square feet of retail space
for the City of Morrow, project executive responsible for developing a financial model for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA), project executive providing a market analysis for the City of College Park and lead advisor on a $20 million, 500-unit apartment acquisition and debt placement.
Mullice is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, American Public Transportation Association, National Apartment Association and the Urban Land Institute. He earned a bachelor of arts degree from Savannah State University and is currently pursuing a degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design’s advance management development program in real estate.