Since its inception in 1988, Regent Partners has acquired and developed more than ten million square feet across the Southeast — all valued in excess of $2.6 billion dollars.
Holding ourselves to a higher standard of excellence and calculated procedure, Regent Partners has successfully executed some of the highest profile and complex deals in the market.
Our diverse portfolio has included office, hotel, residential, retail, mixed-use and land holdings. The company offers unique and extensive expertise in the field, across the gamut of developing, acquiring, repositioning, managing, leasing and constructing commercial real estate assets across urban and mixed-use environments.
We fully understand the role of a great operating partner, who ultimately ensures the discipline and ability to consistently and fluently source, assess, secure and execute time and time again.
Focused on quality from ground breaking to the grand opening.
At Regent Partners, it’s not so much about what we can do but how we do it. Regardless of the type of project — office, hotel, multi-family or land — we take a measured and methodical approach constantly searching for new opportunities to add value. Serving our clients over the years, we’ve learned to place a higher value on quality over quantity, and committed ourselves to being the best operating partner from planning through execution.
Helping the communities we serve reach new heights.
In today’s world, it’s not enough to just provide complete real estate solutions. We believe strong corporate citizens help our communities grow, invest as an organization and ultimately give back. That’s why we are committed to making a positive impact every time we break ground.
While financial and aesthetic contributions provide assets and help build communities, it’s the people within an organization who make the real difference. Our outreach and community service is designed so our people can actually engage with those who need help most. It’s action that produces results, where everyone benefits in the end.
- Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors
- Atlanta Young Real Estate Professionals
- Real Estate Prayer Breakfast
- Circle of Trust Atlanta
- Georgia State Real Estate Alumni
- Condominium Associations Institute
- Buckhead Community Improvement District
// founding member and chair person
- Coverdale Park
// developed green space in heart of Buckhead | Tower Place
- Buckhead Coalition
- Georgia World Congress Center
- Chastain Park Conservancy
- Buckhead Baseball
// Views From the Top
- Livable Communities Coalition
- Woodruff Arts Center
- Buckhead Green Space Action Plan Steering Committee
- Buckhead SPI
// 12 Rezoning Steering Committee
- Buckhead Christian Ministry
- Young Life
- Camp Kudzu
- Buckhead Church
- The Lovett School
- The Westminster School
- FCS Urban Ministries
- Opportunity International
- Canterbury Court (Senior Living)
- Northside Youth Organization
We like to let the success of our developments speak for itself.
2008 Developer of the Year – Office NAIOP Georgia Chapter
2012 Office Deal of the Year NAIOP Georgia Chapter
2012 Best Office Acquisition for Concourse Corporate Center 2012 Best Land Finalist for 50 Allen Plaza Atlanta Business Chronicle
2009 Project of the Year ULI Development of Excellence Awards
2008 Best Mixed-Use Building in Southeast Region Southeast Construction
2008 First Place High-rise Buildings Georgia Chapter – American Concrete Institute
2008 Development of Excellence Atlanta Regional Commission and Livable Communities Coalition In conjunction with Buckhead Community Improvement District for the Peachtree Boulevard Project
2007 Economic Development Award Development Authority of Fulton County
2007 Deal of the Year Mixed-Use Atlanta Business Chronicle Best in Atlanta Real Estate
Dream Home Awards Gold Award Winner – Best Condominium of Loft Home Over $500,000 Silver Award Winner – Best Condominium or Loft of the Year
2008 Best of the Best McGraw Hill Construction
2009 Brick in Architecture Award – Commercial
2008 Award of Excellence – Mixed-Use NAIOP Northern Virginia Chapter
2013 First Place Low-rise Buildings Georgia Chapter – American Concrete Institute