Bob Boyd serves as Director, for Franklin Street Investment Sales in the firm’s Atlanta office. Mr. Boyd is an award-winning real estate professional with over 30 highly successful years of experience in acquisitions, dispositions, financing, development, zoning, and management problem solving. In his career roles as a partner, broker, project manager and /or developer, he has participated in the following investment assignments: Securing debt and equity financing, developing pro formas for joint venture structure, overseeing day-to-day operations, construction draws, leasing, disposition, and contractor management.
Prior to joining Franklin Street, Mr. Boyd served as Managing Director for Bullock Mannelly Partners in Atlanta, where he was responsible for placing equity financing for commercial real estate developers and investors. As a Partner and Associate Broker for JWB Realty Services, he secured capital and properties for investment and development of retail, residential and industrial properties.
Mr. Boyd has held senior leadership positions with major commercial real estate firms, including Trellis Companies, Advantis St. Joe, and Grubb & Ellis Company. He also represented a wide range of institutional and private clients including American Express, Reynolds Aluminum, Acosta, McGuire Woods, Capital One, Kraft, Schwinn, Bank of Montreal and Harris Bank.
Highly regarded in the commercial real estate community, Mr. Boyd served as Chair and Past President for the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors and received the group’s Commercial Realtor of the Year Award. He is a Past Chairman and Founder of the Realtor’s Commercial Alliance, a chapter of the National Association of Realtors.
Mr. Boyd is a prominent member of the Rotary Club of Atlanta and the Burns Club of Atlanta. He received his bachelor’s degree from Purdue University. He also served in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Ask the Expert: How Has The Market Sentiment Changed Over the Last 90 Days and How are Equity Providers Feeling
June 2, 2020
Bob Boyd discusses the evolution of the market sentiment over the last 90-days and how equity providers feel about investing