Kay Hocutt | Colliers International | Atlanta

Kay Hocutt

Vice President

Call Kay
View More View Less


Professional Summary

Kay has over 15 years of experience in commercial real estate for office and industrial commercial real estate on the tenant / user representation side., including niche industries such as education, healthcare and data centers.

As a Japanese native, she has been bridge the often-complex cultural, procedural and language gap between landlords and Japanese companies.   More recently,  Kay has been actively serving as a liaison between developers and Japanese investors who are looking to invest in Atlanta's real estate market.


Bachelors of Fine Arts
University of South Alabama

Senior High School of Japan Women's University
Kawasaki, Japan

Memberships & Involvements

Japan-America Society of Georgia

The Japanese Chamber of Commerce of  Georgia

Atlanta Working Japanese Women's Group (Atlanta Hataraku Josei-no Kai) 


National Charity League, East Cobb Chapter

Former Board member, Feeding the Homeless Project Inc.


Allied PRA

Asahi Works America

Cranial Technologies


HAMACO Industries

Icahn Enterprises

Itochu USA

Kuraoka Clinic


Walker SCM

Yahata USA

Yamato Transport 

Yuhara Manufacturing USA


Service Lines
Tenant Representation
Property Types
Office, Healthcare-Medical
Education Services Group

My Team

My Team

Featured Research
Jul 20, 2020
Pandemic's toll yet to take hold on Atlanta's office real estate market.
Despite COVID-19's impact on normal business activity, Atlanta' office market has yet to fully experience the negative effects the pandemic as it absorbed 100,000 square feet of space in Q2.
Read More
May 26, 2020
Cumberland/Galleria starts 2020 off with highest negative quarter absorption since 2017
Cumberland/Galleria started the year off losing just under 100,000 square feet of tenant occupancy. This is the submarket's highest negative quarter of absorption since the first quarter of 2017.
Read More
May 26, 2020
North Fulton bounces back in the first quarter of 2020
North Fulton bounced back as expected in the first quarter of the year with just over 163,000 square feet of positive absorption.
Read More
View More

How can I help you?

An unexpected error has occurred. Please try again.
Your request has been submitted.
Someone will contact you shortly.