Founder / Principal
Andrew Malick has over 20 years of experience in the real estate development industry. During his career he has worked in all three legs of the development process; construction, design, and development. Andrew was one of the first to see value in the North Park neighborhood of San Diego where he has designed and developed multiple projects.
When not working on his projects, Andrew works passionately to help local and state government adapt housing policy to align with the sustainable development principals. He has participated in multiple stakeholder committees focused on the subject of housing affordability and helped author AB 2372 that aims to provide more moderate-income housing on transit corridors. He also co-authored an amendment to the San Diego Municipal Code that makes it easier for developers to build micro-units in an effort to boost market rate affordable housing. Andrew serves on the Management Committee for ULI San Diego – Tijuana District Council and is a Co-Founder and past chair of the Small-Scale Infill Development Council. He also founded and currently chairs the Transit Oriented Development Council. He is a founding member of the Housing You Matters Coalition where he sits on the Infill Development Policy working group.
Andrew has guest lectured at multiple local universities including the USD Burnham & Moores School of Real Estate and San Diego State University. He also taught a course on sustainable development practices at the University of California, San Diego. A supporter of the San Diego Architecture Foundation, he has twice served as juror for the Orchid & Onions Awards. He tweets on all things land use @andrewmalick.
Masters Degree in Real Estate Development, Woodbury University, San Diego
Masters Degree in Urban Design, Washington University, St. Louis
Masters Degree in Architecture, Washington University, St. Louis
Bachelor of Arts in Engineering, Trinity College
Director of Planning
Kathy Breedlove brings both legal expertise and a hospitality focus to her work with Malick Infill Development. Her diverse background includes planning and entitlement of various resort and resort real estate projects as well as affordable housing development and feasibility analysis for commercial and mixed-use projects. She collaborates with the team to envision, plan, and execute catalytic development projects and manages community outreach with stakeholder groups.
As Director of Master Planning for the Hotel del Coronado, Kathy managed the master plan process for the iconic resort including approvals by the city of Coronado and the California Coastal Commission. Kathy also managed community relations and marketing communications for resort real estate projects including Beach Village at The Del; The Fitzgerald at Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina; and Montelucia Villas, Scottsdale, Arizona.
Kathy formerly served on the board of directors for Circulate San Diego and was a founding member of MOVE Alliance (now Circulate Mobility Certification), which provides recognition and support for transit-oriented development projects in the San Diego region. She currently serves on the board of directors of the San Diego Architectural Foundation and is a member of the Urban Land Institute, San Diego/Tijuana chapter.