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Cocke Finkelstein Inc
303 Perimeter Center North Suite 201
CFI founded its affiliated property management entity in 2004, primarily to focus on managing acquisitions and select fee management multifamily and manufactured housing opportunities in the Southeast and Midwest. In April 2013, CFI acquired Atlanta based
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Brett Oliver - Director of Development
www.cockefinkelstein.com, 29 Oct 2015 [cached]
Mr. Oliver joined Cocke Finkelstein, Inc. in 2013 as Director of Development to lead the companyâ€™s new development projects.
Over the past 10 years, Mr. Oliver
has worked in all facets of real estate, including construction, development and finance.
own real estate consulting and development firm (re)PLACE in 2013 where he
provided marketing and repositioning strategies for clients, including Cousins Properties.
Prior to founding (re)PLACE, Brett was Vice President of Development at Portman Holdings, where he was the project executive leading the master planning of a 2.5 million square feet mixed-use development in downtown San Diego.
Brett led the programming, marketing and phasing strategy to transform this fringe warehouse area into Makers Quarter, a vibrant district catering to young people and creative and technology workers.
Prior to this, Brett earned his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin with a concentration in real estate finance and was the development manager for Portman Holdings on the 865,000 SF, $185 million dollar expansion to the AmericasMart in downtown Atlanta, the worldâ€™s largest wholesale market place.
was instrumental in delivering this complex project under budget and on schedule.
Brett began his career at Holder Construction, Atlantaâ€™s largest General Contractor, where he participated in the preconstruction efforts of more than 30 projects in 14 states including data centers, office, residential, hotel, higher education, and adaptive reuse.
Brett has a BS in Building Construction from Auburn University and is highly active in the ULI Atlanta, having graduated from its Center for Leadership program in 2013.
Cocke Finkelstein's head of development, ...
www.cockefinkelstein.com, 26 May 2015 [cached]
Cocke Finkelstein's head of development, Brett Oliver, recognized by Atlanta Business Chronicle, May 1, 2015
Cocke Finkelstein's head of development, Brett Oliver, and The Olmsted Chamblee development are profiled by Atlanta Business Chronicle, January 2, 2015
www.portmanholdings.com, 27 Sept 2008 [cached]
Brett OliverPortman Holdings
...Brett OliverDevelopment Manager
With a background in construction, and a focus in preconstruction, Brett
manages the implementation of ongoing domestic projects for Portman Holdings
.As the owner's representative, Brett interfaces daily with architects, engineers and contractors to guarantee that projects are accurately planned and budgeted at the conception stage.He then manages the development process through completion to ensure they are delivered on time and under budget.Before joining Portman Holdings, Brett worked at the headquarters of Holder Construction Company in Atlanta as a member of their preconstruction department.
While there, Brett
participated in projects throughout the U.S. with construction costs ranging from $2 million to $110 million.He
worked closely with owners, architects, engineers and subcontractors to set up each project for success, ensuring that the owner's schedule and budget objectives were achieved while delivering the optimum value.Brett earned a B.S. degree in building science from Auburn University, and is a member of Urban Land Institute's Young Leaders.
Allen Rossum - Principal Single Family
www.cockefinkelstein.com, 8 Jan 2015 [cached]
"We're definitely excited about the ...
jaxdailyrecord.com, 30 July 2014 [cached]
"We're definitely excited about the project and the opportunity," said Brett Oliver, director of development for Atlanta-based Cocke Finkelstein Inc., after the meeting.
described Tuesday's discussion as "a great meeting.