Originally from New York, Andrew joins the CRE as a dual degree candidate from the Department of Urban Studies and Planning, where he is concurrently pursuing a Master in City Planning with a concentration in city design and development.
At MIT, Andrew is focusing on the redevelopment and redesign of outdated infrastructure sites and on flexibly programmed urban development. Through the MSRED, he looks forward to expanding his knowledge of real estate finance and of project implementation strategies. This summer, Andrew is working at Sasaki Associates and focusing on a sea level rise plan for South Boston. He spent the last summer working in Gensler’s LA office and participating in MIT’s energy efficiency urban design studio in Beijing.
Previously, Andrew worked at the Regional Plan Association, a New York-based urban planning think tank. He has also worked in Phnom Penh as a Princeton-in-Asia fellow. Andrew graduated from Princeton University with a major in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and a minor in Visual Arts. He enjoys photography, bicycles, playing soccer, reading the newspaper, and anything having to do with the ocean.