Olivia Moss

HR&A Advisors


Fellow since 2019

As a leader in HR&A’s real estate practice, Olivia specializes in crafting compelling development plans, demonstrating project feasibility, impacts, and benefits, and implementing public-private partnerships to deliver transformative projects. She has recently supported several large-scale transactions, including the procurement of a long-term asset manager to program and operate the Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco and the successful execution of a development agreement to transform key Mecklenburg County-owned sites in Uptown Charlotte into a vibrant mixed-use development. Olivia is currently advising the Battery Park City Authority on key public policy and real estate matters and is supporting a group of New York City-based developers in preparation for development following a proposed rezoning in Brooklyn. Prior to joining HR&A, Olivia supported development and planning at the Hudson River Park Trust, where she worked with the Trust’s staff to explore options for development and programming within the park in an effort to generate additional funding sources for the park’s ongoing expansion, maintenance, and operations. Previously, she served as the Director of Leasing for a Manhattan property owner, managing residential leasing for a portfolio of multifamily buildings throughout Manhattan. Olivia holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with Honors from the University of Washington and a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from Columbia University, where she was a research assistant to the Director of the program.