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Andrew Jacobs

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Professional Summary

Andrew Jacobs is a Managing Director at Colliers International, working exclusively with the New York Capital Markets team that has completed $6 billion in transactions. He has nearly 10 years of Investment Sales experience, during which he completed nearly $600 million in aggregate sales. Andrew’s expertise has been in the disposition of family-owned real estate assets. Some of his recent transactions include the $27.65 million disposition of a 70,000 SF mixed-use commercial building at 3870 Nostrand Avenue in Brooklyn, the $98 million New York City retail portfolio sale for NYREIT and the $64 million sale of the Plaza at Harmon Meadow in Secaucus, New Jersey.


Andrew began his career with RKF in 2011 as a canvasser. He spent the next eight years at RKF, working his way onto the Investment Sales team. He then joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2019, when the parent company Newmark Group, Inc. acquired RKF.

Andrew received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. While pursuing his degree, he interned at CBRE in New York and Stamford, Cerberus Capital Management and Mariner Investment Group, gaining an understanding of various real estate and investment markets.

Memberships & Involvements

Andrew is a charter member of the WREC – Wisconsin Real Estate Club of New York and an active member of ICSC.


  • Acadia Realty
  • RFR
  • Vornado Realty Trust
  • Sterling Equities
  • Brookfield
  • Hubb NYC
  • JT|RE
  • Harbor Group
  • East Coast Acquisitions



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Office, Multifamily, Retail

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