Executive Vice President
Andrew Thompson has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of commercial real estate brokerage. Mr. Thompson has extensive experience in tenant and landlord representation, project leasing, investment property sales, retail leasing and asset management. Additionally, he has worked with large families and their advisers in reorganizing property portfolios for estate planning purposes. He has completed millions of square feet of lease transactions and over $200 million in property sales. Mr. Thompson’s clients have included large institutional companies such as General Electric Corp., The RREEF Funds and the McKesson Corporation. Mr. Thompson also represents national clients with facilities across the United States. Locally, Mr. Thompson represents technology companies, architects, advertising agencies and law firms amongst others.
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Mr. Thompson is also active in his community. He has twice been elected Mayor of the Town of Tiburon and served on the Town Council for 12 years. He was a founding member and Chairman of the Marin County Economic Commission. He also served four years on the Marin Academy Board of Trustees. Mr. Thompson also spent a year and a quarter on the Editorial Board of the Marin Independent Journal where he contributed to the editorial page. Many of Mr. Thompson’s opinion pieces can be found on the newspaper’s website. Finally, Mr. Thompson was the commencement speaker for the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University 2004 graduation.
Mr. Thompson graduated from the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University in Washington DC. He was also accepted into a three-month postgraduate scholarship program at the University of Belgrano in Buenos Aries, Argentina.
Mr. Thomson enjoys all things outdoors and travel. He enjoys sailing, horseback riding, biking, hiking and mountaineering. He is an avid swimmer and was on the swim team and water polo team for The George Washington University.