Atlanta, May 29, 2015 – Ridgeline Property Group (RPG), a privately held commercial real estate development and investment firm, announced today that Mark Erler has been named Vice President of Development.
In his new position, Erler will be responsible for the pursuit and execution of development projects including land acquisition, design, construction and stabilization. He will be based in Atlanta.
“Mark is an incredible talent and we are excited to have him join the RPG team,” said Mike Gray, President of Ridgeline Property Group. With Mark’s solid construction and development background, coupled with his broker and user relationships, we believe that he will immediately contribute to our growing success and positively impact our business moving forward.”
Erler’s resume includes more than 18 years of commercial construction and real estate development experience. Prior to joining Ridgeline Property Group, he most recently served as Regional Vice President of Development for DCT Industrial. During Mark’s tenure with the company he managed industrial developments in twelve (12) U.S. markets totaling 8.5 million square feet, including many joint venture projects.
His previous experience also included Development Manager for Panattoni Development Company where he managed the development and marketing of industrial and office properties, as well as, acquired and repositioned assets.
Erler earned a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Finance from Georgia State University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Science and Management from Clemson University.
About Ridgeline Property Group
Ridgeline Property Group is a commercial real estate development and investment company operating throughout the United States. Headquartered in Atlanta, the firm has a particular focus on the acquisition, development and management of high-quality industrial and office properties in strategic markets. RPG’s regional partners have more than 125 years of combined experience in the commercial real estate industry and have developed in excess of 115 million square feet of space in more than 30 states.