Marc S. Pollack

Chairman

As the co-founder of RangeWater Real Estate, Marc Pollack and his team created a full service multifamily real estate firm focused on a process-oriented approach, disciplined teamwork, seasoned experience and innovation. Since the firm’s founding in 2006, Marc has helped grow RangeWater into a multi-faceted organization that specializes in acquisitions, development, and property management across the Sunbelt of the United States.

As Chairman, Marc advises the company on strategy, execution and serves on the investment committee. Marc has more than 35 years of experience in the multifamily real estate business and has been responsible for the development, acquisition and disposition of more than 30,000 housing units valued at more than $4 billion. As an expert in the industry, Marc speaks at various conferences and events nationally representing the company.

Over the past 13 years, Marc led RangeWater in the development of several award-winning mixed-use projects and high-profile luxury apartment communities. In 2015, RangeWater built the residential component of the Atlanta Braves dynamic new mixed-use community known as “The Battery Atlanta” next to SunTrust Park. RangeWater developed three luxury apartment communities totaling 531 multifamily units in partnership with the Braves, creating a new model of collaboration between professional sports team and multifamily developer.

Marc holds a Master’s degree from Georgia State University and a Bachelor’s degree from Emory University. He serves on numerous associations and committees including the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the National Association of Realtors, the Atlanta Board of Realtors, and the National Multi Housing Council (NMHC). He also serves on the advisory board of Mary Hall Freedom House, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for women; the advisory board of the Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership; the advisory council of The Gateway Shelter, and is Chairman of the Board of the Partners for Home, the administrative arm of the Atlanta Continuum of Care for Homelessness.

In January 2020, Marc co-founded The Atlanta Affordable Housing Fund, a social impact fund dedicated to creating and preserving affordable housing in ATL. The Fund is intended to be a $25M low interest rate debt fund that will provide gap financing to sponsors for projects that, “if not for the Fund,” could not get done.

Marc also was a real estate instructor in the Goizueta School of Business at Emory University for many years. An Atlantan for more than five decades, Marc enjoys spending time with his family in New Orleans and with his “better half” – wife Robin. His other passions are cooking, travel, and music.