Fischer Homes, a top 30 U.S. homebuilder, announces new strategic leadership in Atlanta market. Doug Cohen will lead the Atlanta Division as Market President. He will be responsible for the Atlanta Division’s strategic initiatives, land acquisitions, and homebuilding operations.
Cohen brings over 22 years of homebuilding experience, as well as an additional 10 years of executive leadership and coaching experience. A native of Florida, Cohen is a graduate of the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Accountancy.
“We are thrilled that Doug has joined the Fischer family,” said Tim McMahon, President, and Chief Operating Officer of Fischer Homes. “He brings the industry experience, strategic leadership, and business acumen, which will position our Atlanta team for future growth and success.”
Also joining the Fischer Homes’ Atlanta Division is Jonathan Pressley as Vice President of Acquisition and Development. Pressley brings nearly 15 years of experience in the land development, land acquisition, and construction industries within the Atlanta metro area. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Real Estate. Pressley also has a Master of Business Administration from Georgia State University. Pressley will be responsible for the management of land acquisition, due diligence, entitlements, and development for all communities within the Atlanta Division of Fischer Homes.
Todd Huss, President of Fischer Development company, Grand Communities, LLC, commented, “Jonathan’s extensive knowledge of the market will be a tremendous asset to our team in helping to expand our footprint in the Atlanta market.”
About Fischer Homes
Founded in 1980, Fischer Homes has grown to build over 25,000 homes and employs 550 Associates. The company now has more than 150 new home communities throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Georgia. These beautifully designed homes offer choices for people in all stages of life. Fischer Homes range in price from the low $100s to over $1 million. To learn more about Fischer Homes, visit fischerhomes.com.