A.J. Robinson

A.J. Robinson is President of Central Atlanta Progress (CAP) and the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (ADID), two organizations committed to making the Atlanta community, and specifically Downtown, more livable, vital and diverse. CAP is involved in the redevelopment of Downtown Atlanta landmarks such as Underground Atlanta, the Civic Center and other major urban initiatives. Before joining CAP, Robinson was President of the multi-dimensional real estate company Portman Holdings, where he managed all aspects of the firm’s real estate development processes, including development, property management and asset management. In recent years, Robinson has had a hand in the creation of The Center, the College Football Hall of Fame and the Atlanta Streetcar. 

A.J. Robinson’s work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Asian Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Atlanta Business Chronicle and National Real Estate Investor. He currently serves on the board of AmericasMart and the TUFF Foundation.

Over the past decade, he has consistently been recognized as one of Georgia Trend’s 100 Most Influential Georgians as well as one of the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 100 Most Influential Atlantans.