Andrew Felbinger

Associate

Urban Innovation Fund

Andrew is an Associate at the Urban Innovation Fund, a venture capital firm that invests in the future of cities. The fund provides seed capital and regulatory support to entrepreneurs solving our toughest urban challenges – helping them grow into tomorrow’s most valued companies.  

Previously, Andrew served as an Associate at Castellan Real Estate Partners, a real estate private equity fund where he was responsible for sourcing, performing due diligence, and closing mixed-use and commercial real estate transactions. Additionally, he was responsible for building the firm’s affordable housing pipeline and creating a buyout vehicle for secondary interests in a multi-billion-dollar Seattle-based office and retail portfolio. Before Castellan, Andrew started his career at Barclays in their global capital markets division, where he was responsible for building the firm’s institutional electronic fixed-income trading platform.

Andrew earned his MBA from the Wharton School of Business and BS from Seton Hall University, where he graduated as the University Valedictorian.

Andrew Felbinger

Associate

Urban Innovation Fund

Andrew is an Associate at the Urban Innovation Fund, a venture capital firm that invests in the future of cities. The fund provides seed capital and regulatory support to entrepreneurs solving our toughest urban challenges – helping them grow into tomorrow’s most valued companies.  

Previously, Andrew served as an Associate at Castellan Real Estate Partners, a real estate private equity fund where he was responsible for sourcing, performing due diligence, and closing mixed-use and commercial real estate transactions. Additionally, he was responsible for building the firm’s affordable housing pipeline and creating a buyout vehicle for secondary interests in a multi-billion-dollar Seattle-based office and retail portfolio. Before Castellan, Andrew started his career at Barclays in their global capital markets division, where he was responsible for building the firm’s institutional electronic fixed-income trading platform.

Andrew earned his MBA from the Wharton School of Business and BS from Seton Hall University, where he graduated as the University Valedictorian.