Andrew L. Much


171 17th Street, NW
Suite 2100
Atlanta, Georgia 30363


Andy is a partner in the Real Estate practice and a member of the Hospitality, Office, Industrial & Warehouse, Retail, and Entertainment & Sports industry teams.

Andy has broad experience in commercial real estate transactions. This includes the development, acquisition, disposition, management, and financing of complex mixed-use developments, master-planned communities, transit-oriented developments, stadiums, hospitality, golf, and resort projects located throughout North America. He also represents landlords and tenants in leasing transactions of industrial, warehouse, office, and retail space. In addition to his transactional real estate practice, Andy represents developers of complex infrastructure projects and reviews land use and entitlement matters for proposed developments. He utilizes his experience to provide pragmatic and practical advice to his clients.

Andy has over 25 years of legal experience. Prior to joining AGG, he practiced in the Atlanta office of a major international law firm for eight years, where his work included the drafting and negotiation of project documentation for a Major League Baseball stadium and adjacent mixed-use development project. Prior to private practice, he worked in-house for 17 years with a golf and hospitality finance company, where he closed over $2 billion in loans and ultimately oversaw the management and disposition of more than 30 club, hotel, and marina projects.


  • Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Juris Doctor
  • University of Texas at Austin, Bachelor of Arts
  • State of Georgia
  • State of Illinois
    • Central Atlanta Progress, Board of Directors
    • Urban Land Institute – Creative Development Council
    • Leadership Atlanta, Class of 2012
    • American Jewish Committee, Board of Governors and past Vice President, Intergroup Relations
    • Council for Quality Growth

News & Insights


  • “Repurposed Parking Facilities in Post-COVID-19 Atlanta,” Urban Land Institute, April 2020
  • “Stadium Development Can Breathe Life Into Urban Areas,” Law360, November 2018