Who we are
Knotting Developments was formed when Michael Dinerman’s entrepreneurial spirit brought him to Athens to focus on an adaptive reuse project for the town after seeing the Beltline effect in Atlanta. Jennifer Davidson and Michael attended High School together and have an affinity for the culture and community in Athens. They work from the premise that Athens’ independent, creative community needs a central place to live, work and play. We look to foster a sense of community at General Time and surrounding neighborhoods.
Michael Dinerman is a native Atlantan and a graduate of The University of Georgia. He leverages his hometown knowledge and connections to secure sound investments for his clients and sells investment properties for a number of high profile clients, such as Dallas Austin, The Atlanta History Center and many more. His extensive leasing experience includes clients such as Halpern Enterprises, The Portman Company and more working with both tenants and landlords to secure office, restaurant, and industrial space spans the greater Atlanta area.
When working with clients, Michael’s creative and entrepreneurial spirit shines through as he aligns the desire to build community with his client’s needs and goals. Prior to joining Pollock Commercial Michael was a top sales associate at Cross Town Realty and Gene Kansas Commercial. Michael is the real estate and facilities committee chair and has been a board member Marcus Jewish Community Center since 2003.
Jennifer Davidson graduated from the University of Georgia. She began her career in the film & video industry where she managed and sold a stock footage company to New York-based, Corbis, acquired by Getty Images. After the merger, she spent 3 years in New York as business development and account manager for Corbis handling rights & clearances for advertising agencies like Deutsch, Wieden Kennedy, BBDO and more.
After moving back to Atlanta she continued her video work and moved into digital marketing specializing in strategy and brand positioning for clients like Facebook, Herschend Family Entertainment, Southern Company and GE Power Partners.
Jennifer moved back to Athens to in 2014. She is the marketing & fundraising committee chair for Nuçi’s Space, a musicians resource center who provides obstacle free healthcare to musicians and fights to end the stigma of mental illness.