Mark Hollan of Lee & Associates Dies at Age 61 Due to Complications from Cancer

ATLANTA — Mark Hollan, executive vice president, principal and founding partner with the Atlanta office of Lee & Associates, died July 27 due to complications from cancer. Hollan was 61.

In his 35-year commercial real estate career, Hollan racked up more than $300 million in transaction history. While at Lee & Associates in Atlanta, Hollan garnered the title of the firm’s top broker 12 times and finished in the top five 25 times.

Hollan also earned numerous industry awards including Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors (ACBR) Top Land Broker and an ACBR Million Dollar Club member (20-plus years).

“Mark’s business acumen and work ethic were not only an integral part of the firm’s financial success, but also contributed to the achievements of many younger associates, and to the friendly and supportive culture of our corporate environment,” says Dick Bryant, president and CEO at Lee & Associates’ Atlanta office. “His legacy lives on at Lee & Associates — Atlanta.”

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