Our full range of development services includes:

  • Site Selection & Investigation
  • Coordination Of Contract Documents
  • Construction
  • Cost Estimating & Control
  • Design
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Interior Improvements, Renovation & Space Planning
  • Pre-Construction Services
  • Scheduling
  • Asset Management

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David Woodbery

david@wwcompany.com

David Woodbery began his career in the real estate in 1990 upon graduating from the University of Georgia.  The early success he enjoyed allowed him to form his first development company in the mid 1990’s which became known locally as a developer of quality, infill projects.

David, along with his partner Jay Weaver, owns Weaver & Woodbery Company, a southeast real estate development and investment firm. Weaver & Woodbery and its related entities currently own, and are developing or partnering in multiple commercial and residential projects across the southeast. Those projects range from single family developments to large mixed-use developments. Weaver & Woodbery also owns a substantial amount of industrial properties across metro Atlanta. Weaver & Woodbery’s offices are located in the historic Puritan Mill complex, a 93,000 square-foot formerly-abandoned soap factory built in the early 20th century that they rehabilitated into one of Atlanta’s premier loft office conversions. It now boasts several advertising and marketing groups as tenants, a regional showroom for Herman Miller, and a 15,000 square-foot event facility.

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Jay Weaver

weavercapitalpartners.com

jay@wwcompany.com

Through his BBA in Finance at University of Georgia and his hands-on work experience, Jay Weaver developed an innovative approach to land use and development.  After graduation, Weaver became the Development Manager for Dan Cowart, Inc., and was responsible for the development of a 150,000 square-foot new retail center on 17 acres in North Fulton, a growing region of Atlanta. 

He has also served as an investment director for the Brookdale Group, where he was involved in the analysis of $275 million of suburban office properties in the southeast.  As a development manager with Winter Properties, Inc., Weaver's projects included the successful analysis and acquisition of a 5.5 acre, 150,000 square-foot office redevelopment in Midtown Atlanta, formerly known as the Baptist Home Mission Board Headquarters.

Weaver's wealth of experience in large office projects has been instrumental in the company's successful development and repositioning of significant commercial real estate ventures.