Atlanta BeltLine has announced the hiring of Stacy Patton as their new real estate director. In this capacity, Patton will be responsible for overseeing all real estate‐related activities for ABI as it pertains to parks, trails, transit right‐of‐way, affordable workforce housing and economic development.
Patton joins ABI from her most recent position as managing director of development for Minerva USA, where she was responsible for land acquisition, planning, design, entitlement and project management for residential ventures in both suburban and urban infill markets. She brings over 20 years’ experience in real estate, including acquisition, planning, design, real estate development and market analysis, with a diversity of projects including mixed-use, residential, industrial, brownfield, recreational and land conservation.
“Stacy is the perfect fit to lead our real estate team,” said Paul Morris, the president and CEO of ABI. “Her broad-based experience in the field of real estate development and passion for protecting the environment will be invaluable assets for our organization as we continue to advance the implementation of the Atlanta BeltLine.”
Stacy is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a Masters in Landscape Architecture (with an emphasis on real estate development). Stacy serves on numerous boards and professional organizations, including The Governor’s Land Conservation Council, Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership and Fulton County Commission on the Environment.