Executive Vice President, Hotels
Andrew Dickey works with the Hotels & Hospitality investment sales team of JLL in Miami. Mr. Dickey is primarily responsible for leading investment sales (asset/portfolio sales) and the general disposition, financing or UCC foreclosure of client’s asset(s). General responsibilities include sourcing new business, financial valuation analysis, asset/portfolio marketing, investor and market research, among other responsibilities. Mr. Dickey covers the Southeast US markets, Caribbean and Latin America.
Mr. Dickey is currently involved in investment sales projects in the Southeast US, Caribbean and Latin America and has been involved in over $4.8 billion of hospitality transactions over the last 15 years. Notably, $3.4 billion of transactions and financings in Florida, nearly $400 million outside the US and over $850 in UCC Foreclosures. Notable projects include the financing and disposition of the SLS South Beach, Royal Palm Miami Beach twice (2010/2015), $600 million in hotel sales in Ft. Lauderdale in 2014-2015, Gansevoort Miami Beach UCC Foreclosure and Sale and numerous projects abroad including Brazil, Mexico, Costa Rica and several Caribbean islands.
Prior to JLL, Mr. Dickey spent over two years with Tishman Hotel Corporation, working on buy-side acquisitions and third party management opportunities. Notable projects include the refinancing of the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin (Lake Buena Vista, FL), the acquisition of the Warner Center Marriott (Woodland Hills, CA) and the Renaissance O’Hare Suites Hotel (Chicago, IL), as well as project coordination of The Westin Rio Mar Beach Resort (Rio Grande, Puerto Rico).
Education and Affiliations
Mr. Dickey holds a B.S. in Finance from Villanova University’s School of Commerce & Finance, as well as a M.B.A. from ESADE Business School in Barcelona, Spain with a concentration at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He is currently a member of the US Green Building Council member and the Environmental Sustainability team within JLL.