Co-Chair, Real Estate Section

Amy H.
Ruhl

Co-Chair, Real Estate Section

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Amy's practice focuses on commercial real estate, including the acquisition of real estate assets, development, leasing, real estate financing, and dispositions of real estate assets throughout the country. Amy has represented borrowers in various real estate finance transactions, and both landlords and tenants with respect to office, industrial and retail leasing.

Amy specializes in advising clients concerning the development, operation and management of all types of master planned communities and condominiums, including commercial, residential and mixed-use developments, specifically including community structure and formation under, and compliance with, the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”).

Amy also advises clients on the development, acquisition, and disposition of multi-family assets, including Section 8 affordable housing assets, as well as HUD financing for such assets. She represented one of the largest multi-family housing REITS in the country concerning the acquisition and disposition of its assets.


Representative Matters

Represented multiple developers in connection with the creation of condominium and townhome communities in Cherry Creek and the City and County of Denver, including drafting declarations and related governance documents, creating purchase and sale forms for disposition of condominium and townhome units, and conducting ongoing administration of the declaration and homeowner’s associations for the projects.

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, including Section 8 apartment complexes.

Represented a developer in the acquisition of raw land, development of industrial assets thereon, and subsequent sale of such assets in a portfolio sale in excess of $200 million throughout the southeast.

Represented a publicly traded real estate investment trust in the acquisition of $423 million portfolio of shopping centers on the east coast.