Andrew C. Nadler
Founder and CEO
Andrew Nadler has served in various senior-level leasing and asset management roles for public REITs and private real estate developers since 1987.
Andrew founded Summit Strategies in 2008 to provide businesses and non-profit associations with a broad range of financial, operational and leasing expertise to increase cash flow. Since its inception, Summit Strategies has become a leading advisory firm to the Hotel and Resort, Entertainment, Retail, Restaurant, E-commerce, Franchise, Healthcare and Non-Profit industries specializing in providing full service payment processing services and solutions, expense reduction, revenue enhancement and commercial real estate leasing services throughout the United States.
Prior to forming Summit Strategies, he served as Senior Vice President of Leasing for Combined Properties based in Washington, DC and Beverly Hills, CA, where he oversaw the east and west coast leasing, directed numerous lease and rent restructuring negotiations and played a key role in strategic planning. Before that, Mr. Nadler served as Vice President of Leasing and Management for Jones Lang LaSalle Americas where he oversaw the leasing and asset management for Aetna Life Insurance Company, the GSA and Lend Lease Real Estate Investments' retail and office portfolio throughout Connecticut. Andrew began his career in Boston, Massachusetts and became the Director of Retail Leasing for The Flatley Company, a Fortune 500 company overseeing 5 million square feet of retail space throughout New England and Florida.
Mr. Nadler appeared on Connecticut's NBC television affiliate "Breaking News" broadcasts outlining plans for a $27 million dollar revitalization of the Hartford Civic Center mall, a mixed-use public/private joint venture. His opinions have been sought by such notable publications as The Washington Post, The Hartford Courant, The Gazette of Politics and Business, The Maryland Daily Record, Shopping Center World and Shopping Center Today.
He received his BS in Computer Science and Economics from the University of Denver and furthered his education at Boston University Questrom School of Business Graduate Real Estate Finance program. He is a long-time member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and a member of the Washington DC ICSC Government Affairs Committee. He is a licensed real estate broker in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.