Acquisition Disposition

Complex, high-value real estate deals demand a legal partner who can anticipate problems and smooth the way to your transaction’s success. As part of one of the largest real estate practices in the region, Brownstein’s Acquisition Disposition Group deals with the full range of issues related to buying, selling, owning and operating real property.

Recognized throughout the U.S. for the scale and prestige of our work, our seasoned transactional lawyers are adept at handling any project, regardless of size, location or duration. Single properties, portfolios of shopping centers,leisure and resort facilities, industrial properties, multifamily projects, residential subdivisions and more—all are handled by experienced specialists who can marshal an impressive team of cross-disciplinary resources to successfully complete your projects.

Our Acquisition Disposition Group is proficient in real estate financing structures, including mezzanine debt, equity investments and procedures surrounding defeasance. We have worked on some of the biggest deals in the country and we are accustomed to multi-state, multi-use property transactions with values extending into the billion dollar range. We also have significant experience working with REITs and institutional real estate investors.

Our services include conducting due diligence for purchase or sale; matters related to land use, entitlements, environmental issues and financing; contract formation and negotiation and structuring ownership entities. We can also resolve title issues, mineral issues and utility service access. 

Representative Matters
  • Counsel to ClubCorp in its acquisition of seven premier lifestyle golf clubs in residential communities located on the East Coast from Toll Golf, the golf and country club division of Toll Brothers, Inc., the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes.

  • Counsel to KORE Investments LLC in its $128 million acquisition of a 13-story, 584,000 sq. ft. Class A office building, the largest suburban Chicago office acquisition of 2019, including financing and joint venture components.

  • Counsel to Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners in the sale of its “Colorado Industrial Portfolio,” a 19-property portfolio (2M SF) of industrial properties located throughout the metro Denver area. This sale was negotiated and closed on a short timeline, and the property sold for $247.5M, the largest industrial sale in Colorado history.

  • Represented the City of Henderson in connection with the sale and development of the Las Vegas Raiders' team headquarters and practice facility.

  • Represented ClubCorp Holdings, Inc., through a subsidiary, in its acquisition of a golf course consisting of approximately 220 acres and related improvements, located in Collin County, McKinney, Texas.

  • Counsel to seller, a joint venture between Hines, Perlmutter and JPMorgan, in the sale of 1601 Wewatta, a recently constructed office building near Union Station. The property sold for over $740 per sq. ft. (approximately $225M), the highest per-square-foot price for office in Colorado history. Impressively, the transaction was negotiated and closed in under 30 days.

  • Counsel to Canyon Bakehouse in its $205M sale to Flower Foods, one of the largest producers of packaged bakery foods in the country. We advised on the mergers and acquisitions, employee benefits and executive compensation, labor law, intellectual property and real estate aspects of the transaction. The firm’s role in the deal highlights our multidisciplinary expertise and our footprint in the natural foods industry.

  • Represented JMA Ventures, LLC in the acquisition of three office buildings located in Henderson, Nevada. The buildings were acquired in part two of an eight office building acquisition.

  • Represented sponsor in connection with the joint venture for the acquisition of approximately 630 acres of vacant land for development, and subsequent dispositions to homebuilders.

  • Represented Waterton, a Chicago-based real estate investor and property management company, in the acquisition of The Ridge at Thornton Station, a 280-unit apartment complex in Thornton, CO, from Louisville-based Real Capital Solutions. The property is at a prime location adjacent to Thornton Station on RTD’s North Metro Line, slated to open in 2020.

  • Represented Rose Community Foundation in the purchase of the Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center (JCC Denver) campus and leaseback of the campus to JCC Denver for a term of 100 years at $1 per year.

  • Counsel to JMA Ventures in the first part of a two-part transaction, the first part involving the acquisition of a five commercial office building portfolio with more than 271,000 square feet located in Henderson, Nevada.

  • Represented Lowe Enterprises Real Estate Group in a $35M sales transaction that closed on May 11, 2018. Hines Acquisitions purchased approximately 2000 acres in Douglas County from Lowe for the development of a high-end residential master planned community on a spectacular piece of Front Range real estate with scenic vistas and easy access.

  • Represented Seller in complex sale of hotel/casino resort.

  • Represented KORE Investments, LLC in a record setting acquisition of a 12-story, 242,000 sq. ft. building housing Re/Max’s headquarters as well as buildings occupied by Shanahan’s Steakhouse and to be occupied by Snooze.

  • Assisted borrower with acquisition and $13,300,000 financing of office property at 15th and Market Streets in Denver, Colorado.

  • Served as Nevada counsel to Caesars in connection with $1.136 billion sale leaseback of real property associated with Harrah's Las Vegas and $73.6 million sale of undeveloped land adjacent to Harrah's, subject to complex put/call agreement.

  • Served as Nevada real estate counsel in connection with the restructuring of Caesars Entertainment Operating Company Inc. and its debtor subsidiaries, including the sale and leaseback of various real estate assets and related financings.

  • Represented Brue Baukol Capital Partners in the acquisition of 64 acres of land near DIA for development. The property is adjacent to the Panasonic development and is directly in the path of progress.

  • Represented Brue Baukol Capital Partners with its partner Brinkman in the acquisition and construction financing of the high profile Foundry development site in Loveland, Colorado. The acquired parcels at Foundry will be developed into two multifamily complexes with mixed-use ground floor components.

  • Represented Icahn Enterprises, L.P. in its sale of the unfinished development property and partially developed casino formally known as the Fontainebleau Las Vegas for aggregate consideration of $600 million.

  • Represented Brue Baukol Capital Partners in the sale of the storied Hardscrabble Mountain Ranch in Eagle County, Colorado, together with various water rights, to The Conservation Fund, which was thereafter dedicated to Eagle County as open space.

  • Counsel to the Central Coast Water Authority since 1991. Our representation includes coordinating legal services for all phases of planning, permitting, environmental compliance, right-of-way acquisition, construction and operation related to a $600 million drinking water delivery system.

  • Counsel to The Bay Club Company in its acquisition of the Manhattan Country Club, a swim and tennis club in Manhattan Beach. CA.

  • Represented ClubCorp Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition of Oakhurst Golf & Country Club in Clarkston, Michigan.

  • Represented ClubCorp Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition of Norbeck Country Club in Rockville, Maryland.

  • Represented ClubCorp Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition of North Hills Country Club in Glenside, Pennsylvania.

  • Represented ClubCorp Holdings, Inc. in its acquisition of Eagle’s Nest Country Club in Phoenix, Maryland.

  • Represented Mill Creek Residential Trust in connection with the acquisition and development of several multi-family projects in Denver, Colorado. Properties are located in central Denver, RINO, LoHi, DU and Capitol Hill areas.

  • Represented KSL Capital Partners in the sale of the Miraval Group, the owner and operator of the Miraval Brand, the Miraval Resort and Spa in Tucson Arizona, and the Travaasa Resort and Spa in Austin, Texas.

  • Represented White Lodging Services in connection with the site acquisition, entitlement, design review and construction financing for a new build Hyatt House/Hyatt Place and a new build AC/Le Meriden in downtown Denver, Colorado.

  • Advised Wynn Resorts as to Nevada real estate matters related to its joint venture with Crown Acquisitions to own and operate luxury retail space at Wynn Las Vegas.

  • Represented SLV Castle Oaks L.L.C. in the sale of residential lots at Terrain in Castle Rock, Colorado.

  • Represented Vail Resorts in connection with the disposition and subsequent management of the Inn at Keystone, located in Summit County, Colorado.

  • Represented buyer in the $70M acquisition, financing, and development of an office building in Portland, Oregon. Performed real property due diligence; and drafted and negotiated purchase and sale agreement, joint venture agreement, loan documents and construction agreements.

  • Represented Priderock Capital Partners in the acquisition of Highline Village apartments, a 467-unit apartment complex in Aurora, CO, for $71.3 million.

  • Advised Red Rock Resorts Inc. on real estate matters related to its acquisition of Palms Casino Resort, including analysis and advice related to the hotel condominium regime at the resort.

  • Led the acquisition, all financings and multiple construction loans for 200-acre 2,000,000-square-foot ground up retail development.

  • Representing a REIT client in the $400 million sale of a portfolio of single-tenant office and industrial properties across 7 states, including the partial defeasance of existing debt.

  • Represented a real estate investment company in the acquisition and financing of a multi-use, multi-property project in Nashville, TN. Project included an existing 239 unit apartment building and 27,359 square feet of retail space and a to-be-developed 139 unit apartment building and approximately 8,525 rentable square feet of retail space. Provided real property due diligence; amended commercial leases; negotiated membership purchase agreement, joint venture agreement, loan documents, property management agreements, reciprocal access and parking agreements, shared amenities agreement, and temporary construction agreements; and formed, converted, merged and dissolved entities in multiple states.

  • Counsel to The Bay Club Company, a California-based active lifestyle corporation, in acquiring The Golf Club at Boulder Ridge in San Jose, CA.

  • Counsel to The Bay Club Company, a California-based active lifestyle corporation, in acquiring Fairbanks Ranch Country Club in San Diego, CA.

  • Counseling a residential developer client in the development of a residential community, including structuring and negotiating the sales of residential lots to a variety of home builders.

  • Advised Dividend Capital Diversified Property Fund and Industrial Property Trust, REITs with industrial and commercial portfolios of properties located in multiple states, on several acquisition and disposition transactions, including negotiation of purchase and sale agreements, forward purchase built to suit transactions, diligence efforts to identify and mitigate potential risks, and overseeing the closing of such transactions.

  • Representing Continuum Partners in the redevelopment of the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center 9th and Colorado campus, which will include a horizontal and vertical mix of uses, including residential, office, retail, restaurant, hotel and public space. The firm negotiated the acquisition of the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center at 9th and Colorado in Denver, which included completing all physical and legal due diligence for the site, providing advice with respect to Continuum’s administrative amendment for the GDP encumbering the property, and negotiating with the Denver Urban Renewal Authority for $47.9 million in TIF funds. We continue to oversee all legal work at the 30 acre project, including the development of both the retail and residential components of the site.

  • Represented a real estate natural resources private equity firm in the acquisition of four salt water disposal sites.

  • Counsel to SC Venture Acquisition LLC in connection with the acquisition and financing of eight newly developed single-tenant distribution facilities with an aggregate asset value in excess of $600 million.

  • Counsel to Pioneer Group in the sale of Bronco Billy's Casino and Hotel in Cripple Creek, Colorado.

  • Represents a large real estate fund in sophisticated dispositions.

  • Served as Nevada real estate counsel to MGM in connection with the formation transactions to establish its subsidiary MGM Growth Properties LLC, as a publicly traded real estate investment trust, and related financing transactions.

  • Represents a regional natural grocer in site acquisition and leasing.

  • Counsel to KSE Radio Ventures, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, in its acquisition of Denver broadcast radio station KRWZ from Entercom Communications Corp.

  • Led the real estate diligence for Starwood Capital’s acquisition of over $1.3 billion worth of Colorado multi-family projects from Equity Residential. The portfolio acquisition that includes 18 Colorado properties located between Boulder and metro Denver and totaling nearly 6,000 apartment units, was among a larger 72- property deal which also included apartment projects in D.C., Florida, California and Seattle and totaled 23,262 apartment units at a $5.3 billion aggregate sales price.

  • Represented a Denver-based real estate investment company in the sale of Panorama Corporate Center, a 780,649-square-foot, six-building, class A office campus in suburban Denver.

  • Represented buyer in $500M acquisition of foreign pension advisor for two downtown Denver high-rise buildings and local counsel opinion for $63M acquisition loan.

  • Represented the landowner in land use, financing and disposition of $300M Gaylord Hotel Conference Center location and bond closing negotiations.

  • Served as real estate counsel to Encore Consumer Capital, LP in the sale of its portfolio company, FreshKO Produce Services, Inc., a distributor of high-quality fresh produce throughout central and northern California, to C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc., the largest wholesale grocery supply company in the United States.

  • Led the acquisition of 14,000 acres of farmland in eastern Colorado, together with 18,000 water shares for a private equity firm.

  • Represented a gaming company in connection with the purchase of a grandfathered casino in Southern Nevada.

  • Represented seller in the sale of Westgate Buildings 2 and 3 in Houston, Texas.

  • Brownstein represented Zions Suites LP in its sale of the 241-room all-suite DoubleTree Suites Hotel in downtown Salt Lake City.

  • Represented DLJ Real Estate partners in the sale of a portfolio of three Courtyard Marriott Hotels located in Charlotte, NC; Lynchburg, VA; and Princeton, NJ.

  • Represented large hotel casino operator with purchase of industrial land located in Las Vegas, Nevada, including zoning issues related thereto.

  • Represented hotel casino company in connection with the purchase of several acres of real property located in Southern Nevada.

  • Obtained the final regulatory approvals for Aristocrat Leisure Limited to purchase Video Gaming Technologies, Inc.

  • Represented HELP of Southern Nevada in the acquisition and development of a homeless youth center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • Represented WestWater Energy, LLC and certain of its subsidiaries, which, among other things, operate evaporation ponds and solid waste disposal facilities in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, in the sale of assets related to such evaporation ponds and disposal facilities to OWL Rockies, LLC and its affiliates.

  • Represented First National Denver in BD Omni, LLC’s acquisition of High Point Omni Center, a 93,000 Square Foot Flex Industrial Project in Denver, Colorado.

  • Brownstein served Caesars Entertainment as Nevada counsel in connection with the sale of four Las Vegas hotel casino resorts to Caesars Growth Partners for a purchase price of US$2.2 billion, and also served as Nevada counsel to Caesars Growth Partners with respect to the financing for such acquisition.

  • Served as counsel to several gaming companies in connection with acquisitions of hotel casinos located in Southern Nevada.

  • Counsel to Mexico Retail Properties and MRP Group, LP in the largest ever real estate transaction in Mexico's history consisting of the sale of 49 commercial properties and the sale of MRP Group's property management platform for an aggregate purchase price of approximately $2 billion to FIBRA Uno, the first and largest real estate investment trust in Mexico.

  • Assist Caesars Entertainment Corporation affiliate with sale of vacant land transaction in Bossier City, Louisiana.

  • Represented an industrial real estate investment trust in the acquisition and forward purchase of industrial properties across the U.S.

  • Represented KSL Capital Partners in the sale of five iconic resort properties to TRT Holdings, owner of Omni Hotels & Resorts in a series of five related transactions. The properties that were included in the sale are Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Austin, Texas; La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, California, Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Spa in Rancho Mirage, California; Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina; and The Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, Virginia. Brownstein acted as lead counsel on the transaction facilitating the buyer's due diligence review of the properties and the resorts, the negotiation of five separate purchase agreements, and completion of all closing conditions.

  • Served as Nevada counsel to client in connection with the multi-million dollar sale of office buildings and vacant land including imposition of restrictive covenants with respect thereto.

  • Served as Nevada counsel to Hines Interests and Oaktree Capital Management Joint Venture in connection with the acquisition and financing for Summerlin office building portfolio comprised of 32 buildings and totaling 1.1 million square feet.

  • Representing Fortress Investment Group and its affiliates in the making of a preferred equity investment in an entity owning a large Colorado Shopping Mall with ongoing construction components, including the negotiation of the buy-out of a partner in such entity, representation of the joint venture entity in its acquisition of a simultaneous refinance loan from Wells Fargo Bank, the negotiation of a management agreement with the sponsor regarding the management of the Property and representation of client in all aspects of the structuring of the investment and transactions from a tax perspective in 2012.

  • Represented SIMEON Commercial Properties in the financing, acquisition and development of apartments in San Jose, California.

  • Represented client in purchase of a distressed San Francisco property out of bankruptcy for development of an approximately 81 unit multi-family building. Assisted with land use and CEQA due diligence.

  • Represented Miller Global Properties in the negotiation and closing of the acquisition of a 400,000 square foot office building in Houston, Texas. Brownstein also negotiated the related acquisition financing, and structured and documented the joint venture which acquired the property.

  • Negotiated and consummated the purchase of a member-only social club, club house, and related facilities located in Henderson, Nevada. Brownstein also advised the client on various real estate, development, corporate, water rights and business licensing matters.

  • Served as Nevada corporate, gaming and real estate counsel to the lenders to Fiesta Palms, LLC, in connection with their acquisition and financing of the entities that own, and the assets and real estate that comprise, the Palms Hotel & Casino and Palms Place.

  • Counsel to Daniels Family Funeral Services in connection with the sale of a portion of their assets consisting of real and personal property.

  • Served as counsel to CPC Mansion, LLC in connection with its purchase of real property located at 420 East 11th Avenue in Denver from Unique Real Estate Investments, LLC. Brownstein also documented the loan from CPC Mansion, LLC to Gloria Higgins secured by the real property.

  • Brownstein served as counsel to Castle West Properties, LLC in connection with its sale of the vacant real property and appurtenances located at 2130 Stout Street in Denver to Colorado Coalition for the Homeless and all related matters, including termination of an existing billboard lease on the property.

  • Negotiated and consummated the purchase of an 18-hole golf course, club house, and related facilities located in Henderson, Nevada. Brownstein also advised the client on various real estate, litigation, corporate water rights and business licensing matters.

  • Represented a public utility district in federal district court to acquire property and water rights for use by the district for its recycled water operations. The district required additional property and water rights for use in conjunction with land application of recycled water from its wastewater operations and for recreational and agricultural purposes.

  • Represented a publicly-traded, Denver-based real estate investment trust in the negotiation, sale and closing of more than $163 million in sales of 18 apartment complexes located across the United States.

  • Represented DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners in the sale of the Renaissance Charleston Hotel, a full service, 166-room Marriott managed hotel located in Charleston, South Carolina, to Diamond Rock Hospitality Co.

  • Assisted Slaterpaull Architects in acquiring historic real property from the City & County of Denver and with related environmental and rehabilitation tax credit matters.

  • Represented MB Properties Group, LLC in the acquisition of an industrial building.

  • Represented the owner of a GSA leased building with acquisition and permanent financing of the site, lease extension with the GSA, and eventual sale of building with assumption of the existing loan by a REIT purchaser.

  • Represented a publicly-traded, Denver-based real estate investment trust in the negotiation, sale and closing of more than $208 million in sales of 13 apartment complexes located across the United States.

  • Acquisition of $139M four-building complex in Santa Monica, California. 

  • Representing Peaks Capital Partners LLC in connection with its acquisition of The Peaks Resort & Spa in Mountain Village, Colorado.

  • Represented a national retail chain of home improvement and construction products on environmental and land development issues throughout the western United States. Involved in the development and permitting of new stores in Nevada, Utah, Idaho and Colorado. Representation included the development of large "brownfield" properties.

  • Represented the College of Santa Fe, New Mexico, in the $30 million sale of its real estate assets to the City of Santa Fe, and its personal property assets to an affiliate of Laureate Education.

  • Represented a private investment company in due diligence, contract negotiation, acquisition and financing of more than 15 California shopping centers valued at over $300 million. Brownstein handled environmental remediation and development or sale of additional pads for several of the sites.

  • Represented the developer in the acquisition of a vacant hotel, obtaining entitlements for redevelopment of the site as a mixed-use (residential/retail), transit-oriented development; resolution of title matters; construction financing; leasing of retail space and eventual $60.9 million sale of the project in Denver, CO.

  • Counsel to the purchaser/redeveloper of the former Gates Factory site, which consists of 55 acres and 2 million building square feet, located at I-25 and Broadway in Denver. The firm's work for the redevelopment involved brownfields redevelopment, environmental remediation, acquisition of entitlements for a mixed-use transit-oriented development, neighborhood negotiations and structuring of public and private financing.

  • Represented Vail Resorts, Inc. in its $40.5 million acquisition of Colorado Mountain Express, a resort ground transportation business. Brownstein also handled the related real estate, tax, environmental, ERISA and employment aspects of the transaction.

  • Coordinated land use and zoning issues involving a large commercial office site and subsequently negotiated the sale and leaseback to a commercial developer.

  • Represented a New Valley Realty in the acquisition of a distressed note and foreclosure on a Palm Springs, California development, including pursuit of guaranties. Brownstein enforced a completion guaranty against the borrower that required them to complete all improvements for a golf course resort community enabling the completion of the community, golf course clubhouse and resale of lots.

  • Counsel the owner of Foley Estate Vineyard and his entities in performing acquisition due diligence, and in operational land use, water rights and entitlement issues.

  • Represented San Francisco Tennis Club, Inc. in the $15 million sale and asset transfer of a tennis and recreational club to WAC SFTC Holding, LLC.

  • Represented Alberta Development Partners, LLC in all aspects of redevelopment of Southglenn Mall to create a new, mixed-use center called The Streets at SouthGlenn, including the eminent domain process, public and private financing, creation of governing documents with Sears and Macy's and leasing of more than one million rentable square feet of retail, office and residential space to national and regional retailers such as Whole Foods, Dick's Sporting Goods, Best Buy, Staples, 24 Hour Fitness, Ross and eCollege.

  • Served as securities and real estate counsel to Elevation Integrated Hardware Block, LLC in connection with the loan, joint venture structuring and private placement to finance the acquisition of Hardware Block Condominiums at 1515 Wazee Street in Denver.

  • Represented World Leisure Partners in connection with the acquisition, redevelopment and management of Cap Juluca, a world-renowned luxury resort in the British West Indies on the island of Anguilla.

  • Served as counsel to Coastal QSR Holdings, LLC on the acquisition of the assets of 44 Taco Bell and multibrand restaurants, concentrated in Florida. The transaction included related real estate owned by Tromble and Company, Inc., Tromble and Company Operations, Inc. and Tromble and Company East, Inc.

  • Represented real estate development company Steve Johnson Development in its $47 million land purchase in Nevada.

  • Assisted Terroir Hotel & Resort Fund, LP in the acquisition of a Santa Barbara historical inn and adjacent parcels of land for the preservation of the property and development of a complementary luxury resort. Following the acquisition, Brownstein advised on land development issues.

  • Conducted due diligence and land use research related to the acquisition of a historic 16-acre estate in California.

  • Represented an individual private investor in the acquisition of approximately 24 acres of real property located in Douglas County, Colorado. Brownstein handled the associated matters in connection with developing the property as an osteopathic college, including the negotiation of related contracts for the acquisition of additional adjacent property and the development, cost-sharing, tap purchase and infrastructure acquisition agreements between the investor, the seller and various metropolitan districts.

  • Represented Lennar Colorado, LLC, a large Colorado developer, in a complex option to purchase and share in the construction and development of a private golf course community in Adams County, Colorado.

  • Represented Vista Ridge Development in the development of 1,500 acres of the Vista Ridge housing and golf course community in Erie, Colorado. Brownstein assisted in the subsequent disposition of the country club/golf course and residential community.

  • Negotiated sale-leaseback agreements, guaranty documents, transfer documents and related collateral agreements in connection with representation of the Seller/Tenant in a $176 million sale-leaseback transaction involving 15 sites in four states. Coordinated and handled due diligence on all properties.

  • Represented Miller Global Properties LLC in the $107 million acquisition of the Qwest office building in downtown Denver.

  • Represented KSL Capital Partners in its acquisition and financing of the Marriott Rancho Las Palmas Resort and Spa.

  • Represented an individual purchaser in the acquisition of a 6,258-acre ranch with associated water, lease and easement rights and personal property in Jackson County, Colorado.

  • Represented Shea Homes Limited Partnership in the acquisition of various real estate assets and entity interests related to the development of both commercial and residential property in Denver and Arapahoe Counties.

  • Represented Lennar Colorado, LLC, a large Colorado developer, in connection with a transaction involving the sale of a portfolio property as well as the simultaneous acquisition of a similar portfolio of real property from another developer. This unique real estate acquisition and disposition matter involved two separate private asset-holding 'landbank' investment firms and the negotiation of construction agreements related to the completion of platting and infrastructure improvements to both portfolios, and the negotiation and management of the corresponding option agreements.

  • Negotiation of purchase, sale and development agreements for sale and development of 300,000 square foot hotel complex in Aurora, Colorado at High Point Office Park adjacent to Denver International Airport with use of public/private financing. 

  • Represented the purchase/redeveloper of an environmentally contaminated 3.5 acre site in downtown San Francisco to be developed into a $200 million mixed-use project compound on 400 residential units and 50,000 square feet of communal space.

  • Counsel to Etkin Johnson Real Estate Partners in the $247.5 million sale of its Colorado Industrial Portfolio (CIP), a 1.95 million square foot portfolio consisting of 19 properties along the Front Range. The transaction was recognized as the largest industrial portfolio sale ever in Colorado and the 20th largest sale in the U.S. in 2019.

  • Special counsel to Commerce City Urban Renewal Authority in the redevelopment of the 65-acre former Mile High Greyhound Park property. Our work includes brokering a master redevelopment agreement and purchase and sale agreement for conveyance of Authority-owned property to Delwest for the redevelopment.

  • Represented the purchaser/redeveloper of an environmentally contaminated 402 acre coastal property in Newport Beach, California to be developed into a $2 billion mixed-use project including 1375 residential units.

  • Represented ClubCorp in the acquisition of Heritage Golf Club in Hilliard, Ohio.

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