Project Developer

John Wieland has devoted over 40 years to building compelling homes in Atlanta and four other Southeast cities as the founder and CEO of John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods. With his retirement from his legacy company, and after more than 30,000 happy homeowners, his focus now is on high end boutique neighborhoods that are urban – walkable – refined. Certainly One Museum Place is all of these.

Partnering with condominium expert Randy Shields, John assembled a world class team of building architect, landscape architect and general contractor, to create the premier condominium residence in Atlanta, both in design and location. Only the lucky few will be able to enjoy One Museum Place as both a home and an investment.


Project Developer

Randy Shields has over 20 years of experience in the design, development and construction industry with a focus on condominiums and landmark cultural projects. Randy’s partnership with John Wieland on One Museum Place has its roots in their collaboration on the expansion of the High Museum of Art where Randy served as Owner’s representative on the expansion working closely with John in his role as chair of the High Museum’s building committee.

He has held positions with several leading real estate investment and development firms including Jones Lang LaSalle and Starwood Capital. Randy has both a Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree in Architecture from Clemson University and served as Project Architect/Project Manager in the offices of I.M. Pei and Richard Meier and Partners on several major commissions. He also worked in the offices of Renzo Piano in Genoa Italy, and served as Project Architect for the Kansai International Airport.