Originally from Boston, Andrew Levine has made Utah his permanent residence for the last 24 years. As an avid skier, mountain biker, golfer and lover of the outdoors, there was no question Park City was the perfect fit. Prior to joining Engel & Völkers Park City, Andrew formed Levine Development, which designed and managed the construction of over 20 high-end custom homes in the Park City area ranging in size from 5000 to 17,000 square feet. You can view his gallery and see some of the award-winning homes at Levinedevelopment.com
In addition to his real estate experience Andrew is a two-time grant recipient from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and traveled the world making the Emmy Nominated documentary film, The Day My God Died, which aired on PBS. He collaborated during this production with Witness, a human rights media organization founded by musician/activist Peter Gabriel and The Reebok Foundation. Andrew appeared and presented clips from the film on the Oprah Winfrey show. Dedicated to human rights issue Andrew sat on the board of both, The High Road For Human Rights and The Daywalka Foundation. The main character from his film, Anuradha Koirala was recognized with the 2010 CNN Hero of the Year award. To learn more about Andrew’s film and non–profit work go to: thedaymygoddied.com or you tube to watch the film.
Andrew is passionate about projects from beginning to end. Whether directing a film or developing a home -it’s paying attention to the fine details that gives him the understanding to achieve what his clients are looking for.