As a Managing Director in Newmark’s Minneapolis office, Andrew focuses on real estate advisory for clients which includes tenant representation, corporate services, strategic planning, site selection, workplace strategy, multi-market transaction management, financial analysis and modeling, deal negotiation and property acquisition/disposition.
Andrew works with Executive Managing Director Jim Damiani and Managing Director Ryan Bohrer to provide strategic real estate advisory services to fast-growing and large tenants/occupiers in both the Twin Cities and across the country. Andrew is a member of Newmark’s International Technology & Innovation Practice group focused on the Technology, Advertising, Media and Information (TAMI)/Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) sectors providing global connectivity and best-in-class practices/research for its clients.
Andrew has represented a wide variety of tenants, from fast-growing tech companies, including Inc5000 and Fast 50 firms to publicly traded Fortune 500 companies with footprints well beyond the Twin Cities and annual revenues of $2B+. In 2020, the team combined to negotiate more than 1,000,000 square feet of space on behalf of clients.
Partial Client List
- Barr Engineering
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of MN
- Bremer Bank
- Clifton Larson Allen (CLA)
- Digital River
- Deluxe Corporation
- Greenberg Traurig, LLP
- Innovative Office Solutions
- International Dairy Queen
- Marsh & McLennan Agency
- OCP North America
- Riley Hayes Advertising
- Wells Fargo Advisors
- CoStar Power Broker
- Real Estate Journal’s “Most Significant Transaction”, 2022
- Former Newmark National “Rising Star” recipient
- Member, Minnesota Commercial Association of Realtors® (MNCAR)
- Board Member, AT THE TURN
- Assistant Hockey Coach, St. Thomas Academy
- Member, Metropolitan Breakfast Club
Andrew received a bachelor’s degree in business management from St. John’s University, where he was also a member and team captain of the men’s hockey team.
Andrew is currently an MBA candidate at the University of St. Thomas – Opus College of Business.