Our Team

Andrew Fix

Associate , New York Office

Andrew guides civic-minded clients on repurposing underutilized assets into drivers of economic and community development.

As an associate at U3, Andrew centers equitable growth and good urbanism when approaching his projects – which may span from pre-development planning to governance strategy to transactions. He utilizes his background in real estate finance and impact modeling to translate raw data into clear project narratives to serve client needs.

Andrew’s current projects range from the Southeast – where he leads Atlanta Housing’s Civic Center transaction and provides affordable housing underwriting for Atlanta Beltline – to Texas – where he led Texas A&M’s solicitation of a developer for their downtown Fort Worth innovation campus – to New York City – where he advises non-profits like Brooklyn Public Library and the Jewish Board of Family & Children’s Services on monetizing legacy real estate assets. Prior projects include the University of Calgary Innovation Quarter strategy, master planning a new California State University satellite campus, and real estate strategy for a Midtown Manhattan-based life sciences fund.

Andrew’s public-private development portfolio builds on past experiences at the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) as well as with HR&A Advisors, where he advised on public value capture strategies, land development, and innovation districts.

Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Andrew holds BAs in Global Economic Development & Spanish from Vanderbilt University and a Master of City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania, where he also completed a Certificate in Real Estate Design & Development through the School of Design and the Wharton School.