Kate S.  Siegel

Kate S. Siegel

Associate

Background

Kate Siegel brings a broad understanding of real estate law as well as a high level of skill and business perspective to her commercial real estate practice. Her practice involves advising and representing clients in all aspects of real estate transactions and development projects, including acquisitions, dispositions, leasing, land use, due diligence and entitlement review, securing land use approvals, public-private partnerships and advising on Title 32 metropolitan district issues.

Kate has experience representing developers and individual and institutional investors in connection with a wide range of complex, large-scale development projects, including redevelopment, infill, mixed-use, office, industrial, hotel, residential and transit-oriented projects. She has developed an understanding of the interplay between the public sector, developers, equity investors, tenants and lenders through her involvement in multiple phases of several different projects, from obtaining financing and acquiring and developing land to leasing and selling the completed development. Whether negotiating purchase contracts and development agreements for large regional and national distribution facilities or conducting due diligence and entitlement review for mixed-use urban infill projects, Kate provides effective, nuanced and thorough legal advice and counsel to every client.

During law school, Kate was a legal intern for the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado under Judge. R. Brooke Jackson and for the Colorado Court of Appeals under Judge Nancy J. Lichtenstein, and was the recipient of the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute Annual Prize, the Hartje Objective Writing Award and a Scholastic Achievement Award.

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    Credentials

    Education

    • J.D., 2017, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
    • B.A.S., 2012, University of Colorado at Boulder

    Admissions

    • Colorado

    Recognition

    AWARDS:

    Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute Annual Prize, May 2016