David P. Stockert, president and CEO of locally based PostProperties Inc., heads the land-use task force that is advising theBeltline Partnership on the highest and best use for an estimatednine million sf of planned office, retail, industrial and greenspace in the redevelopment of a 22-mile railroad corridor runningthrough the center of the city and touching 50 neighborhoods.

Working with Stockert are Mark Randall, Wood Partners; JeromeRussell, H.J. Russell & Co.; Mark Riley, Urban Realty Partners;Tom Senkbeil, Post Properties; Helen Hatch, Thompson, Ventulett,Stainback & Associates; Gregg Logan, Robert Charles Lesser& Co.; Kay Beynart, neighborhood advocate; Harold Buckley,Precision Realty; George Rohrig, Cartel Properties; Jim Langford,Trust for Public Land; Egbert Perry, Integral Group; Kevin Cantley,Cooper Carry; Shannon Powell, Midtown Alliance; Trent Germano,Carter USA; Walter Brown, Green Street Properties; and TonyPickett, Atlanta Housing Authority.

Atlanta developer Ray Weeks chairs the Beltline Partnershipwhich was created by Mayor Shirley Franklin earlier this year, asGlobeSt.com previously reported.

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