Andrea has spent nearly a decade learning the history of architecture, its preservation, and design. Her studies have led her to almost a dozen countries on four continents. She holds a Bachelor of Philosophy in architectural history and historic preservation from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Architecture degree from Washington University in St. Louis. Her architectural research focuses on theoretical green infrastructure looking to lessen waste, generate energy, and reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Andrea grew up in central New Jersey dancing, horseback riding, and playing field hockey. Currently she focuses on consistently updating her knowledge and understanding today's dynamic housing market here in New York City. In her spare time she is an avid moss gardener combining flora and fauna to create miniature symbiotic ecosystem terrariums out of found objects. She also enjoys cooking, yoga, and hula hooping.
Her in depth knowledge of architecture combined with her personable demeanor result in a well rounded approach to evaluating space and finding the perfect home to fit your needs. Let her help you discover and create the ideal environment for yourself.