On Thursday, April 10, the Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District (CID) held its regularly scheduled board of directors election with three positions up for a vote. Two board members retained their seats while the CID saw a new member elected to serve. Ryan Hoyt, leasing manager for Prologis was elected by his fellow property owners to fill post 4 on the board.
“I am excited and honored to have been elected to the board of such a successful CID,” said Hoyt. “Over the years I have been very pleased with the numerous improvements that have transpired directly from the efforts of the CID. I am truly looking forward to being more involved and keeping the area going in the right direction.”
Prologis is the leading owner, operator and developer of industrial logistics real estate across the Americas, Europe and Asia – with $48 billion in total assets under management and roughly 569 million square feet owned managed or under development. Hoyt serves as the single point of contact for all issues involved with a company leasing industrial space, renewing or expanding. Throughout the day he works closely with investor partners, business owners, asset managers, brokers and attorneys in the leasing and marketing of Prologis’ Atlanta portfolio.
“We are excited to have Ryan on board,” said Chuck Warbington, executive director for the CID. “His knowledge, leadership and experience will be a valuable asset on our board.”
Hoyt attended the University of Georgia and graduated with a Bachelor in Business Administration, majoring in Real Estate. He is an active member of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors (ACBR), Young Council of Realtors (YCR), National Association of Office & Industrial Properties (NAIOP) and Shepherd Center Advisory Board. Ryan is a member of both the ACBR and NAIOP’s respective “Million Dollar” Clubs. In his spare time enjoys spending time with family and friends, golfing, fishing, tennis and volunteering at the Shepherd Center.
Lisa Reeves, operations officer for NDI Development and Erika Heller, senior vice president and principal for Colliers International Management retained their seats on the board and will fulfill another term in posts two and five respectively.