Tech Welcomes New Real Estate Development Executive Director
Georgia Tech recently welcomed a new executive director of Real Estate Development. Tony Zivalich joined the Institute Planning and Resource Management team from Cushman and Wakefield, where he has recently worked with Georgia Tech on the High Performance Computing Center project.
The executive director of Real Estate Development leads the acquisition, sale, leasing, development, and planning of the Institute’s real property assets. This person also leads the management, construction, and financing of non-academic real estate. Zivalich will have a leading role in executing real estate transactions, establishing operating standards for Tech Square and Technology Enterprise Park, and supporting redevelopment in neighborhoods around Tech’s campus.
Zivalich has more than 30 years of experience in both for-profit and nonprofit institutions. He has worked with Georgia Tech since 1998, when he participated in the feasibility and development of Tech Square. Zivalich replaces John Majeroni, who will continue to work with Georgia Tech on a part-time basis.