Andrew Hoffman

Andrew Hoffman
Hoffman Management

Andrew Hoffman has over 35 years’ experience in New York City Real Estate Management, including 20+ years as the President of Clarendon Management Corp., the owner-operated management company responsible for more than 2,500 residential rental units, including the 1,000-unit London Terrace Gardens. During this period Mr. Hoffman, along with his brothers Steven and Mark Hoffman, founded Hoffman Management, a real estate management company focusing on third party management.

In 2005, Mr. Hoffman left Clarendon Management to accept a unique assignment developing Hard Rock Park, the world’s first rock n’ roll theme park located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. As the company’s Chief Development Officer, he was responsible for bringing the massive $400 million project, involving over 500 construction employees and a multitude of sub-contractors, to a successful conclusion on time and on budget.

Andrew Hoffman then joined Stonehenge Partners in 2008 as its Chief Operating Officer. In that role Mr. Hoffman was responsible for all aspects of the company’s operations, including leasing/marketing, property management, compliance, construction, technology and related operational matters. As a member of the Stonehenge Executive Team, Mr. Hoffman was personally involved in the acquisition and disposition of the company’s assets. The portfolio Mr. Hoffman oversaw is valued at over $2.5 Billion.

In 2015 became Director of Asset Management at The Carlton Group. At Carlton, Mr. Hoffman was responsible for the asset management of Carlton’s real estate and debt portfolio of over 3 million square feet of commercial, residential and retail property, as well as assisting in the syndication of acquired assets via private equity investors. He also managed originating opportunistic transitions for Carlton.

In January 2017 Mr. Hoffman returned to Hoffman Management focusing on the day to day activities of property management and business development.

Mr. Hoffman currently serves as Vice-Chairman of The Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP), an industry owner-advocate organization and he sits on the board of the Rent Stabilization Association (RSA). Additionally Mr. Hoffman is on the Executive Board of the Realty Advisory Board on Labor Relations (RABOLR), the industry group responsible for labor relations with New York City trade unions. In 2006, 2010 and most recently in April of 2014 , Mr. Hoffman along with Eric Rudin, co-chaired the RABOLR residential committee which was responsible for negotiating the union agreement for over 25,000 Local 32BJ Building Service Employees in New York. Mr. Hoffman is active in local charities and civic affairs and was elected in 2014 as the President of Temple Israel of New York City. In his spare time, Mr. Hoffman loves going to concerts, playing golf and enjoying his family at the beach.