Andrew M. Ouvrier



Andrew Ouvrier is a partner in the firm’s Retail Development team. His practice focuses on the leasing of office, retail and industrial properties, including “green” leasing and cell site leasing, for a wide variety of landlord and tenant clients, including institutional investors and entrepreneurial individuals and entities. He also regularly represents institutional landlords in the ongoing management of office projects and retail shopping centers. He has lectured on a variety of leasing topics, including guest lecturing for graduate students at USC.

In addition to representing a broad selection of institutional and entrepreneurial tenants in both office and retail leases, Andrew has extensive experience in representing landlords in office leasing in projects totaling over 10 million square feet of space, including a 2.65 million square foot office portfolio in Seattle and Bellevue, Washington, a 2.25 million square foot project in Century City, California, a 2.21 million square foot project in Chicago, Illinois, a 950,000 square foot project in Long Beach, California, and a 900,000 square foot project in San Francisco’s SoMa district.

Publications &
Speaking Engagements


Rooftop Cell Sites: Maximize the Profits by Minimizing the Headaches, California Centers Magazine, 9/1/2013

A Growing Demand: The Need to Get Up to Speed on Green Leases, Daily Journal, 10/26/2011

A Top Ten List for Making Commercial Leases Green, Shopping Center Business, 8/1/2011

Awards &

Professional Affiliations

  • ICSC, Member


Bar and Court Admissions

  • State Bar of California


  • J.D., Loyola Law School, 2002
  • B.A., University of California, Los Angeles, 1998, cum laude