Our Atlanta office houses Core Support and the Atlanta Market Office teams. Core Support oversees the company’s strategic planning, communications, marketing, finance, human resources, and information services. The Atlanta Market Office is responsible for IDI Logistics’ assets and development in the states of Georgia and Florida.
Atlanta, South Florida
SQUARE FEET DEVELOPED TO DATE
NUMBER OF BUSINESS PARKS DEVELOPED
NAIOP Million Dollar Club, Top Industrial Producer in Georgia
TIAA-CREF Four Diamond Award for Consistent Property Management
Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors, Top Industrial Producer in Georgia
Industrial Firm of the Year – NAIOP Georgia Chapter
Best Places to Work – Top 10, Atlanta Business Chronicle
BOMA TOBY Award, Industrial Park of the Year – Shawnee Ridge
Top Industrial Lease, Global Equipment – Atlanta Business Chronicle
Chief Executive Officer
Mark oversees all of IDI Logistics’ capital deployment and operations in the U.S. Previously, Mark was Senior Principal at Molto Properties where he oversaw Molto’s entry into the development arena and expansion beyond Chicago. Prior to joining Molto, Mark was the Chief Operating Officer of McShane Development Company and Managing Director for AMB’s Midwest Region. At AMB, he ran an operating business with more than 40 million square feet of industrial assets that were vertically integrated from in-house property management to acquisitions and developments. He also worked at First Industrial for more than 10 years in various positions.
Executive Vice President & Chief Investment Officer
As Chief Investment Officer, Bryan oversees IDI Logistics’ Regional Market offices and Investments group. IDI’s Market Offices are responsible for deploying capital into development and acquisitions in addition to asset managing their portfolios. The Investments group supports the Market Offices and broader IDI Logistics team, providing underwriting analysis, portfolio and asset management, and research services. Working with the Investments and local teams, Bryan also leads the company’s disposition efforts.
Prior to his current role, Bryan was directly responsible for dispositions and the management of IDI Logistics’ ownership portfolio, as well as those portfolios jointly owned in ventures with third parties. Since joining IDI Logistics in 1995, he has participated in the sale of more than 55 million square feet of industrial buildings with an aggregate sale price of more than $2.3 billion to both institutional and private equity buyers. During that period, Bryan was also responsible for the capital sourcing and formation of several development and long-term ownership ventures in which the cumulative value exceeded $2.5 billion.
Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
As Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Shawn oversees IDI Logistics’ portfolio of assets. He is responsible for financial operations, including accounting, treasury, tax and finance functions. Shawn holds a B.B.A. degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada, an M.B.A. from the University of Georgia and a Real Estate Certificate from the University of Wyoming. He is a CPA (GA) and a member of the American Association of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
Senior Vice President & General Counsel
As Senior Vice President and General Counsel, David oversees all IDI Logistics legal matters and supervises IDI Logistics’ outside counsels. David is primarily focused on IDI Logistics’ leasing, acquisitions and dispositions, as well as financings, corporate governance and compliance matters.
David received his bachelor’s degree from Brown University, and his law degree (J.D.) from the University of Virginia. He is a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), including its Legal Forum.
Director of Human Resources
As Director of Human Resources, Michele is responsible for directing all Human Resources initiatives in key areas such as benefits, staffing, onboarding, performance management, employee relations, and compensation. Michele also serves as strategic leader for all organizational development and effectiveness, training, and succession planning initiatives.
Prior to joining IDI, Michele was Vice President, Director of Talent and Culture at BrightSphere Investment Group in Boston. She was responsible for providing strategic HR Business Partner support and leadership to senior management. She was also responsible for all aspects of BrightSphere employee relations and staffing, employee advocacy and engagement, culture, learning and development, and performance management.
Michele holds a B.A. degree in Commercial Music from Florida State University. She also holds the PHR designation from the HR Certification Institute and the SHRM-CP designation from the Society for Human Resource Management.
Market Officer – Atlanta
As Market Officer, Nick Faber oversees leasing, asset management, capital development and capital recycling efforts for the Atlanta and Florida regions. His responsibilities include asset strategy recommendation, execution, and reporting, as well as the oversight of third-party leasing and management teams.
Vice President, Development
As Vice President of Development for IDI Logistics, Gary oversees all development in the Atlanta market and South Florida. His responsibilities include closing of land acquisitions, master planning, site development, vertical building development, tenant construction and the support of final dispositions and sales of speculative and build-to-suit projects. Gary also assists the Atlanta market office in the marketing of IDI Logistics-owned properties and third-party entities.
Gary, who joined IDI in 1994, has extensive experience in development, construction administration, design coordination and overall business park estate management. During his tenure at IDI Logistics, Gary has successfully developed several business parks in the Atlanta, Savannah, South Florida and New Jersey markets totaling more than 22 million square feet of light industrial/bulk distribution facilities and representing more than 2,400 acres of land and more than $1.2 billion in value. He has managed projects ranging in size from 150,000 square feet to 1,145,000 square feet.
Marketing & Development Coordinator
Ally provides administrative support to the Atlanta Office, managing day-to-day operations along with oversight of the office’s business activities.