Bill Stogner, Senior Vice President, and specializes in retail leasing along with development and acquisition of new retail centers. Bill has been employed by Selig Enterprises, Inc. since 1976 and has worked in all facets of leasing, including office, industrial and retail.

While at Selig, Bill has been involved in the development of several power centers. Most notably, the 300,000 square-foot, Walmart anchored District at Howell Mill; the redevelopment of Seabridge Square in St. Augustine with Marshall’s, ULTA, PetSmart and Staples; development of Presidential Commons in Snellville , Ga., a 376,000 square-foot center with The Home Depot, Kroger, Petco as tenants; and the 300,000 square-foot redevelopment of Suburban Plaza in DeKalb County, Ga.anchored by Walmart, HomeGoods, Ross Dress for Less and L.A. Fitness.

During his career, he has been active in various professional and trade organizations, most notably as Southeast Program Chairman for ICSC in 1993 and as State Director for ICSC from 1994-1997.

Bill attended Georgia State University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Land Development.