South Metro Advisory Roundtable Featuring Rod Mullice, Windsor Stevens Holdings

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Name: South Metro Advisory Roundtable Featuring Rod Mullice, Windsor Stevens Holdings
Date: August 20, 2024
Time: 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Join the Council for Quality Growth's South Metro Advisory Roundtable on August 20th at 11:45 AM in-person at the ATL Airport CIDs for an interactive discussion with developers to talk about the successes of developing projects on the southside of Atlanta and why that’s important for the growth of our region as a whole.  

Featured Speakers:

Rod Mullice
Managing Partner

Windsor Stevens

Windsor Stevens Managing Partner Rod Mullice is an experienced developer who believes deeply in the crucial role the built environment plays in creating healthy communities. His vision is not just about creating spaces where people live, work and play. His approach to development focuses on crafting a built environment that encourages social interaction, technological innovation, environmental sustainability, and transportation options, facilitating the Connected Lifestyle.

Rod has closed on over $200 million in transactions of urban development, financing and acquisitions since 2009. He led the team that renewed the leases of a 217,000 square foot office building in Historic Downtown College Park for the Federal Aviation Administration Southern Regional headquarters. Rod successfully conceived, planned, financed and managed the construction of the $20.9 million apartment community, The Pad on Harvard, next to the College Park, GA, MARTA Station as the Managing Partner Windsor Stevens Holdings, LLC. The Pad opened for residents in December 2017 and was sold in 2021. He has launched construction of Temple Square, a $6.7 million townhouse community in College Park, completed in Q3 2024. Windsor Stevens currently has a development pipeline of $150mm.

Rod has engaged actively with the College Park community by initiating the Rose Stevens Mullice Academic Achievement Awards at College Park Elementary School, named for his mother. He served on the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA); City of Atlanta’s Office of Buildings Technical Advisory Committee; the Aerotropolis Atlanta Alliance Board of Directors; the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors Board of Directors, who’s Mentoring Committee he chairs, and a member of its Million Dollar Club, the Urban Land Institute Committee. He was born in Liberty County, GA, where his multigenerational family ties and land ownership continue, Rod is a graduate of Savannah State University with a BA in Political Science and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design Advanced Management Development Program.

Since the success of The Pad on Harvard and the launch of College Park’s special TOD District, which he actively supported, Rod has been invited to speak to several professional organizations. His presentation offers insight about the benefits of TOD and how to leverage transit for thriving communities.
Event Sponsors:
  • Pieper O'Brien Herr Architects
ATL Airport CIDs
1400 Centre Parkway
East Point, GA 30344
Date/Time Information:
Third Tuesday of Every Month
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
Contact Information:
Joseph Santoro
Free to all Council members, elected officials, and staff.
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