The office of transit oriented development and real estate is responsible for all transit-oriented development and real estate activities. These responsibilities are divided among two branches; the Joint Development branch and the Real Estate branch.
The Joint Development Branch is responsible for all activities related to the Authority’s transit-oriented joint development program. This includes:
- Assessing and ranking properties for joint development potential
- Marketing development opportunities through the preparation of offering memoranda and Request for Proposals (RFP)
- Leading in the evaluation, financial analysis and selection of proposals
- The negotiation of joint development contracts, ground leases and sales agreements
- Overseeing the development of joint development projects
The Real Estate branch is responsible for providing Real Estate Services for the acquisition and disposition of real estate, assisting in the planning and implementation of transit-oriented joint development projects, working with adjacent property owners on non-MARTA transit-oriented developments to encourage ridership. This includes:
- Preparing drawings and legal descriptions
- Conducting relocation hearings
- Relocating property occupants
- Demolishing vacant structures
- Establishing rent recommendations, and
- Advertising and selling excess real estate properties
Additionally, this branch is responsible for all activities related to the management and administration of the Authority’s transit-oriented joint development and other lease agreements, including the billing and collection of rent.
- Click here to access Policies for Implementing MARTA TOD Guidelines
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Click here to access Atlanta Regional Commission's Transit Oriented Development Website.
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