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POSTED: April 13, 2014 3:30 p.m.
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As Colliers International Atlanta's vice president and national director of its newly formed Transit Oriented Development group, Rod Mullice Sr. will lead transit-oriented development in 20 big transit markets in the country.

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ATLANTA — Colliers International Atlanta has named Hinesville native Rod Mullice Sr. vice president and national director of its newly formed Transit Oriented Development group.
Mullice, a graduate of Bradwell Institute, will lead the firm’s full platform of advisory services focused on transit-oriented development in the top 20 transit markets in the United States.
Mullice joins Colliers International from Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, where he was a managing director in the firm’s municipal advisory group for transit-oriented development. Kelly King, previously with Cassidy Turley, also has joined the TOD group as a Senior Analyst.
“Transit-oriented development is a major movement in cities across the U.S., and commercial real estate located in walking distance to transit stations has proven to outperform its peers,” Mullice said. “I’m thrilled to join a firm that offers not only an outstanding services platform but a strong culture of collaboration. It’s the perfect environment to grow the firm’s TOD services and help our clients achieve their real-estate goals more quickly.”
Colliers International’s TOD group will offer strategic advisory and associated services to municipalities, transit systems and developers and landlords. The group will target real-estate opportunities within a half-mile of transit stations.
Prior to joining Colliers and his role at Newmarket Grubb Knight Frank, Mullice was a partner of a team at Liberty Partners that developed affordable housing, and 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 earned a Bachelor of Arts from Savannah State University and is pursuing a degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design’s Advance Management Development Program in Real Estate. He is the son of Rose and Al Mullice.


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