Andrew leverages his experience in real estate and urban planning to help cities and institutions achieve their development visions.
Andrew provides analytical insight through financial and economic analysis as well as creative visioning for project implementation. Andrew believes that thinking strategically about development in the context of larger planning and inclusivity initiatives tends to create higher returns for both developers and the public.
Currently, Andrew is helping the City of Philadelphia assess its economic development incentives policies and supporting a Detroit neighborhood as it implements a plan for collectively owned green stormwater infrastructure. He also held a leading analytical role in the valuation of and negotiation over the Long Island City site proposed for Amazon’s HQ2.
Prior to HR&A, Andrew interned at public-private economic development organizations including the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation and the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama.
Andrew holds a Master of City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania, where he also completed a certificate in Real Estate Design and Development through the Wharton School and the School of Design. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economic Development and Spanish from Vanderbilt University.