Principal, Live Oak-Gottesman
moved to Austin as a UT freshman in 1969 and thirty plus years later, true to that early decision, he
is still here.
Following graduation from the University in 1973, Sandy joined Trammell Crow Company as a leasing agent rising rapidly through its ranks and ultimately serving as its Regional President.
After 20 years with the Trammell Crow Company, Sandy moved in a new direction and in 1993, forming The Gottesman Company.
During the past thirty years, Sandy
and his organizations have made an indelible mark on Austin.
Sandy has served on the Board of Directors of Overseas Private Investment Corporation, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, the UT Elementary School, and the Austin Community Foundation.
has received many awards including a Lifetime Achievement Award in Real Estate from the Austin Business Journal
, the Josiah Wheat Award of Merit for Historic Preservation from the Texas Historical Foundation
, the Historic Preservation Award from the Heritage Society of Austin
, and the Carl W. Burnette Award for Historic Preservation from the Austin Community Foundation
He was also named 'Austin's Best Developer' by Austin Magazine in February 1986.