Andrew Gulotta is a member of the firm’s Financial and Real Estate Services practice group, focusing on commercial real estate matters. He represents clients in all aspects of property management, leasing, acquisitions and dispositions, real estate-based lending, zoning and land use, tax-deferred exchanges, and environmental and municipal matters.
He counsels property owners and managers, landlords, tenants, lenders, borrowers, developers and investors across a variety of property classes including office, retail, warehouse, ground-up and build-to-suit properties. Further, Andrew has significant experience in multisite and multistate portfolio transactions.
He also represents clients in incentive-based development projects involving a variety of tax credit programs, tax increment financing (TIF), transportation development districts (TDD) and community improvement districts (CID).
- Saint Louis University (J.D., cum laude, 2010)
- Editor, Saint Louis University Public Law Review
- Order of the Woolsack
- Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society
- University of Missouri (B.A., 2002)
- Urban Land Institute – St. Louis (Management Committee; Past Chair, Young Leaders Group)
Prior to joining Armstrong Teasdale, Andrew was in private practice with a national law firm.
Before practicing law, he worked for a government land use planning agency where he gained significant exposure in land use, zoning and subdivision regulation, as well as the application of geographic information technology. Andrew served as a commissioner on multiple TIF commissions and collaborated with various governmental agencies on a variety of economic development initiatives.