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Tosh Wolfe | Colliers | Atlanta

Tosh Wolfe


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Tosh Wolfe is the Senior Vice President and Director of Retail Services  for Colliers International – Atlanta. Mr. Wolfe is focused on the strategic, operational and business development initiatives of the retail sector.  Under his guidance, the Atlanta Retail Services Group continues to set the standard for excellence in advisory service to owners, operators and tenants of Retail real estate assets. With an extensive background in leasing, asset management, development, acquisitions, dispositions, finance, and knowledge of retail, Mr. Wolfe enables his team to implement tailored solutions for all clients.   

Mr. Wolfe began his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers providing audit and consulting services to global companies.  After a successful career at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mr. Wolfe joined The Shopping Center Group as a Landlord Leasing Adviser, providing leasing and marketing services to his private and publicly traded clients.  Prior to joining Colliers, Tosh oversaw the regional leasing and asset management function at one of the largest Retail landlords headquartered in Georgia. 

Mr. Wolfe is active in ICSC, ULI, The Commercial Board of Realtors and the Georgia Society of CPAs.  He values community involvement and enjoys mentoring students and guest lecturing.


Prior to joining Colliers, Tosh was Senior Vice President of Leasing at Mimms Enterprises.  At Mimms Tosh directed asset and leasing decisions for a diverse portfolio of over 30 assets totaling in excess of 5M Sf.  Under Tosh's direction the portfolios occupancy increased by more than 15%.  

Tosh's career includes experience as a landlord services representative with The Shopping Center Group.  At TSCG Tosh provided leasing advisory services to investors from 2008 through 2009. Although this was a difficult economic period, Tosh was able to provide stability for his clients.  In some cases improving their occupancy, ultimately preserving their ownership. 


B.A., Economics, Louisiana State University

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