Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Adds Respected Hospitality Attorney Bryce Beecher to Real Estate Group

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Adds Respected Hospitality Attorney Bryce Beecher to Real Estate Group

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck is pleased to announce that Bryce Beecher has joined the firm as of counsel in the real estate department. Based in the Denver office, Beecher’s practice focuses on all aspects of hospitality law, including the acquisition, disposition, development and leasing of hotels, condominiums and other commercial, residential and mixed-use properties general business issues and contracts, construction matters and landlord/tenant issues.

“Bryce brings extensive knowledge of the real estate and hospitality industry that will be invaluable for our clients in these business sectors,” said Phil Gosch, shareholder and hospitality group chair for Brownstein.

Beecher also counsels clients regarding the operation and management of master planned communities, condominium and condominium hotel projects and fractional interest projects. His experience in development and operational matters includes negotiating with local authorities on various land use and entitlement issues, licensing, drafting and negotiating hotel and condominium management agreements, development agreements, shared use agreements, land exchange agreements, club membership documents, construction contracts, rental agreement forms and sales/brokerage agreements, conducting project registrations, preparing sales guidelines and conducting sales training. He also has broad experience in the acquisition, disposition and financing of commercial real estate, including hotels and resorts.

Prior to joining Brownstein, Beecher served as in-house legal counsel for Sundyne, LLC, advising and assisting management teams on contractual and general legal and compliance matters, and as division general counsel for Centex Homes, where he was responsible for the management and oversight of all legal functions for multiple divisions of Centex Homes.

Beecher earned his bachelor’s degree from Montana State University and his law degree from New York University.