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Scott F. Selig

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Selig Enterprises , Inc.

HQ Phone:  (404) 872-5971

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Selig Enterprises , Inc.

1100 Spring Street NW Suite 550

Atlanta, Georgia, 30309

United States

Company Description

For nearly a century, Selig Enterprises has maintained a commitment to excellence, dedicated to meeting the needs of its tenants, as well as the community. Founded in 1918 by Ben J. Massell, considered by many to be the "father of Atlanta's skyline," the Selig...more

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BuckheadViewBuckhead CID plans public meeting Sept. 7 on proposed park over GA 400 - BuckheadView

Two of the BCID board members who have neither voiced strong support or lack of support for the park project are Selig Enterprises Vice President Scott Selig and Robin Loudermilk, CEO of The Loudermilk Cos.


BuckheadViewCommercial Realtor's diversity unit rightly honors Steve Selig's life - BuckheadView

Even more fitting, the event was held at the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, The Selig Center and that his son Scott Selig, vice president of Selig Enterprises and board member of the Buckhead Community Improvement District, was the moderator for the program.
The moderator and the place for the event represented two of the most important elements in Selig's life-family and faith. The audience represented two other important elements in his life story-business and friends. "Life is like a five-legged stool," Selig told the audience of commercial real estate professionals: family, friends, faith, business and community. All are important to him, but family is the most important, both he and his son agreed. DSC_0500 The program opened with a fitting video tribute to "Papa" from his (I think I counted 10) grandchildren, singing a song and dancing and paying tribute to a man who flies back from a meeting in Israel to attend a grandchild's ballgame and even occasionally misses a Georgia football game for the same reason. Scott said of his father, "He is about the most diverse person I know. And, Scott told the audience that he hears all the time that he has big shoes to fill. "Some shoes are meant to just sit on a shelf and be admired," he added. Referencing some good fortune in his life story, Selig quoted legendary Atlanta business leader Erwin Zaban, who died in 2010. Steve Selig, left, and his son and program moderator Scott Selig go over notes before the program. Steve Selig, left, and his son and program moderator Scott Selig go over notes before the program. Selig added, "I was born on second base." Selig told the audience, which included a number of his family members-both relatives and business family, "My grandfather Ben Massell was responsible for starting Atlanta's skyline." And, he added, his mother and father also were prominently involved in the community. Selig said was fortunate and attended Westminster Schools and worked hard at sports and was popular. He passed up football scholarships and went to college at the University of Georgia, where his first year roommate was Griffin Bell, next door was a Talmadge and he met Hamilton Jordan. Scott Selig, left, responds to a question from his son Scott Selig, the moderator for the program. Scott Selig, left, responds to a question from his son Scott Selig, the moderator for the program. Scott Selig, left, responds to a question from his son Scott Selig, the moderator for the program. Thoughts of being a politician began and ended at UGA, where he was voted class treasurer his first three years, but lost his election bid to become senior class president. Instead he became chief judge of the student court. He referred to his time at UGA as "a great four years for me." And UGA has benefitted from that. A happy portrait of father Steve Selig, left, and son Scott Selig at the Nov 17 Commercial Realtors event. A happy portrait of father Steve Selig, left, and son Scott Selig at the Nov 17 Commercial Realtors event. Selig asked the group, which included Ivan Allen III, "Do you know what hutzpah is? Father Stgeve Selig gives his son a kiss as Scott Selig presents his father with an award at the end of the program. Father Stgeve Selig gives his son a kiss as Scott Selig presents his father with an award at the end of the program. Selig told the audience, that Ivan Allen III, looking down at his shoes said, "Steve, change happens slowly.


Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORSĀ®: YCR Golf Tournament

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Blog Archives - Georgia Restaurant Association | Atlanta, GA

The 25-member Board of Directors voted to elect Mike Romesburg, Lead Workforce Initiatives Manager for CVS Health as Chairman of the Board; Yendelela Neely Anderson, labor and employment partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton as Vice-Chair of the Board; Alex McKenzie, president and CEO of IFS Securities as Treasurer of the Board; and Scott Selig, Vice President, Acquisitions, and Development at Selig Enterprises as Secretary of the Board.


Atlanta Workforce Development Agency Announces Board of Directors and 2015-2016 Executive Officers - Georgia Restaurant Association | Atlanta, GA

The 25-member Board of Directors voted to elect Mike Romesburg, Lead Workforce Initiatives Manager for CVS Health as Chairman of the Board; Yendelela Neely Anderson, labor and employment partner at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton as Vice-Chair of the Board; Alex McKenzie, president and CEO of IFS Securities as Treasurer of the Board; and Scott Selig, Vice President, Acquisitions, and Development at Selig Enterprises as Secretary of the Board.
"Mike Romesburg, Yendelela Neely Anderson, Alex McKenzie and Scott Selig are uniquely qualified to lead the Board as we work to ensure that AWDA becomes a best-in-class workforce system," said Michael T. Sterling, AWDA Executive Director. Scott Selig - Secretary Scott Selig is Vice President, Acquisitions, and Development for Selig Enterprises. He works in all facets of Selig Enterprises, Inc. including office, industrial and retail leasing as well as acquisitions and development. Scott has been employed with Selig since 2000. His leadership role in charitable and community involvement includes serving on the Board of Directors for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, the Ron Clark Academy, Camp Twin Lakes, as well as many City Committees. During his tenure at Selig Enterprises, Inc., Scott has been the recipient of such prestigious awards as The State of Georgia Outstanding Citizen Recognition Award, Atlanta Business Chronicle's "40 under 40" To Watch and most recently the recipient of the President's Award from the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors. Scott Selig - Vice President Acquisitions & Development, Selig Enterprises


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