John Bateman leads Crow Holdings Industrial’s business in the Southeast, overseeing site selection, acquisition, predevelopment, entitlements, design, construction and capitalization.
John has worked for Crow Holdings affiliated businesses for over eight years. Prior to leading the Atlanta office, John was an associate with CHI’s Dallas office where he was responsible for the management and oversight of existing projects and underwriting and sourcing of new development opportunities. Before joining Crow Holdings Industrial, John was an associate of Crow Holdings Capital, where he was responsible for the acquisition, due-diligence and asset management of a diverse portfolio of commercial real estate equity and mezzanine investments.
John holds a B.S. degree in Finance from The University of Colorado at Boulder, Leeds School of Business.
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