Andy Golubitsky

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Mr. Golubitsky is currently a Development Manager at Macklowe Properties, where he is responsible for the redevelopment of a 1.2 million sf, $1.9 Billion historic office building conversion in lower Manhattan, consisting of 560 luxury condominium units and over 170,000 square feet of retail. In his previous role as a project manager at Douglaston Development, Mr. Golubitsky was directly involved in the development of approximately 4,000 residential units, 300 hotel keys and over 300,000 sf of retail in New York City and Seattle.

Prior to his career in real estate development, Mr. Golubitsky practiced architecture in Boston, New York City, Moscow, Kuwait, Istanbul and Port-au-Prince. During this period, he was involved in projects ranging from large scale master plan mixed-use communities, multibillion dollar hospital additions, ambulatory care facilities, data centers, university campus buildings, dormitories, luxury and affordable multi-family projects, private residences, and several commercial interiors.

Mr. Golubitsky earned his Masters of Science in Real Estate Development and a Masters of Science in Urban Design from Columbia University and a Bachelors of Architecture degree from Syracuse University. Mr. Golubitsky is a LEED accredited professional and member of ULI.

Courses

Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
Pla6719‑1 Spring 2018
Building Adaptation and Reuse
Andy Golubitsky, Gabriel Randall
200 South Fayerweather
F 9 AM - 11 AM
Session B: 3/5- 4/30
1.5 Points
81146