Charles was the lead developer of Glenwood Park in Atlanta, Georgia. Glenwood Park has won numerous development awards and is recognized as one of the best examples of new urbanism in the United States.
Previously, Charles was founder and CEO of MindSpring Enterprises. MindSpring grew to be one of the largest Internet Service Providers in the country, and consistently won praise for having the highest quality of service and customer satisfaction in the industry.
Charles is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Amherst College and received his MBA degree from Stanford. He lives with his wife and children in Atlanta, Georgia.
Bob began his real estate career in Costa Rica more than twenty years ago and has consulted on almost every major development in Guanacaste’s Gold Coast Region. He is the current President of the Costa Rica Global Association of Realtors (CRGAR) and is the Costa Rica liaison for the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
Bob is the owner and managing broker of Century21 Marina Trading Post located in Playa Flamingo, Costa Rica.
Stuart has been involved in commercial real estate and development since 1974, and created The Meddin Company in 1979. He specializes in urban retail properties and owns some of the most successful street-facing storefronts in Atlanta, including key sections of the Virginia Highland and Emory University retail areas.
Stuart is also a partner in the Glenwood Park development, where he leads the retail development and management team.
He is the founder and majority shareholder of GMT Capital, an investment fund with approximately $3 billion in assets. The fund has achieved a 19% net compound return since inception and was recently ranked in the Top 50 hedge funds based on return by Barron’s. Tom also founded in 1993 and is chairman of GMT Exploration LLC, a private oil and gas exploration company with activities in Wyoming, Texas, and Alaska.
Tom financially supports a number of charities, most significantly CARE and Growth Through Learning, an organization that provides scholarships to Tanzanian children.
Jim worked for eight years in commercial real estate and land development in the Atlanta region including a stint as Land Development Manager and then Regional Acquisitions Manager for Sivica Communities.
He moved to Costa Rica in 2006 and developed a condominium project in Nosara prior to joining Las Catalinas in 2007.
Jim received a B.S. in Business Management with minors in City Planning and Building and Construction from Georgia Tech in Atlanta. Jim lives with his wife and child in Flamingo, Costa Rica.