Andy Huntoon joined TCR in 2016 and is responsible for sourcing and executing all new development opportunities in the Northeast Region. Prior to joining TCR, Andy served as Vice President & Director of Central Region Acquisitions for GID, sourcing both stabilized apartment acquisitions and forming joint-ventures for the ground-up development of new multifamily assets in Texas and Chicago. Andy joined GID in 2007 and contributed to closing $1.9 billion of multifamily assets in 22 transactions containing 9,500 units during his tenure at GID. Prior to his real estate career, Andy was a Second Officer in the United States Merchant Marine where he worked aboard cargo vessels. Andy holds an M.B.A. degree with a concentration in finance and entrepreneurship from Boston College and a B.S. degree in Marine Transportation from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy.
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