Master of Real Estate Development
Master of City and Regional Planning (concentration in Real Estate Development) Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Boston Architectural Center, Boston, Massachusetts; B.A., Urban Studies, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.
Real estate development and finance
One Central Park East, Mixed-use Development, Phoenix, AZ; 490,000 RSF Office, 8,000 SF Retail, 600 parking spaces
Scottsdale Waterfront, Mixed-use Development, Scottsdale, AZ; 150,000 RSF Office, 150,000 SF Retail, 450 Parking Spaces
Arizona Center, Mixed-use Development, Phoenix, AZ; 775,000 RSF Office, 150,000 SF Retail, 1,950 Parking Spaces
Chase Field (BankOne Ballpark), Phoenix, AZ; 48,000 Seat Baseball Park
Arizona Cardinals Multi-Use Facility (Proposed), Mesa, AZ, Combination 70,000 Seat Stadium/Convention Center, Two 650-room Hotels, 450,000 SF Entertainment Retail
Pioneer Place, Mixed-use Development, Portland, OR, 235,000 SF Retail, 384,000 RSF Office, Saks Fifth Avenue Dept. Store
Conlin & Company, Inc., Phoenix, Arizona, President (1994-Present)
W.P. Carey School of Business, Department of Finance Arizona State University, Professor of Real Estate Practice (2009-2010)
Mesirow Financial Real Estate, Inc., Chicago, IL (2006-2008)
Managing Director, Central Park East, Phoenix, Arizona
MadisonMarquette Development Corporation, Los Angeles, California (2000-2001)
Vice President/ Development, Manhattan Village, Manhattan Beach, California
DDR OliverMcMillan, San Diego, California (1999-2000)
Senior Vice President, Pike at Rainbow Harbor, Long Beach, California
The Rouse Company, Columbia, MD [now General Growth Properties] (1982-1993)
Development Director, Arizona Center, Phoenix, AZ
Development Director, First Bank Plaza, Mt. Prospect, Illinois
Project Development Director, Pioneer Place, Portland,
Assistant Development Director, City of Sparks, Nevada
Assistant Development Director, City of Lowell, Massachusetts
U.S. Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, Washington, DC, Professional Staff Member
Planning Department--City of Newton, Massachusetts
Urban Design Planner
Career and Professional Awards
Arizona Design Institute and Arizona State University's School of Design, "Professional Recognition Award"; National Association of Office and Industrial Parks (NAIOP), "Developer of the Year", "Best Mixed-Use Project" and "Best Landscape and Hardscape" for Arizona Center; Valley Forward Association, Environmental Award for "Best Mixed-Use Project"; Downtown Phoenix Partnership, DREAMR award (Downtown Revitalization Effort Awards of Merit and Recognition) as the "Unsung Hero" of downtown Phoenix, recognizing the broad scope of Conlin's downtown development projects and his contributions to cultural and civic advancement there.
Memberships have included--Urban Land Institute, National Association of Industrial and Office Parks, and International Council of Shopping Centers. Past President of Phoenix Chapter of Lambda Alpha International, the Honorary Society for the Advancement of Land Economics.
Executive committee and founding board member, Downtown Phoenix Partnership; executive committee member, Phoenix Community Alliance and Arizona Science Center; committee and/or board member, Men's Arts Council of the Phoenix Art Museum, Fiesta Bowl Committee, Central Phoenix Committee, Percent for the Arts Legislative Committee, City of Phoenix Community Development Block Grant Steering and Design Review Guidelines Committees, and Dos Puertas Homeowners' Association. Currently Board vice-chairman of the Herberger Theater Center.
"Live Talk Wednesday, 10/15/2008, Guest: Andrew Conlin," The Arizona Republic (online), October 15, 2008
"New Growth, New Promise for Downtown Phoenix," The Arizona Republic, October 5, 2008
ASU is a tier 1 research university and W. P. Carey is proud of its strong tradition of teaching and classroom excellence. Our students directly benefit from the research and theories our faculty brings into the classroom. Below is a list of courses being taught during the current semester by this faculty member. Click a course to view it in the ASU course catalog.
RED 501 - Urban Econ & RE Dev Principles
Explores the basic principles of urban economics and their application to real estate decision making.
RED 507 - Synthesis Project #1 Residenti
Employs the students learning through application of developing a specific parcel of land.