Zachary  J. Siegel

Zachary J. Siegel



Negotiates and closes complex commercial deals. Business experience across asset classes with a deep understanding of market dynamics. Trusted advocate and creative problem solver dedicated to community impact. 

A real estate attorney with the skills necessary to tackle any commercial transaction, Zach Siegel leverages an understanding of his clients’ businesses to achieve their strategic goals. Zach has specific expertise in complex acquisitions and dispositions, leasing and development projects (including master-planned communities). 

Zach’s work spans asset classes—multifamily, retail, office, industrial and mixed use—and transactions big and small. Zach handles every component of the deal with significant experience negotiating complex agreements, managing due diligence, assisting with corporate structuring, coordinating financing and facilitating closing. Whether his client is an institutional investor acquiring a portfolio of multifamily properties or a restaurant tenant negotiating a lease for 1,500-square-feet of space, Zach utilizes his expertise to navigate his clients through every step of a transaction. 

Zach’s approachable style, substantive grasp of legal issues and perspective on ever-changing market dynamics give him a competitive advantage. As a constructive and disarming negotiator, he concisely articulates his clients’ positions and advises them on efficiently mitigating risk while achieving business objectives. Zach is a trusted advocate and advisor whose values, relationships and dedication to making a positive impact in the community serve as the foundation of his practice.

He currently serves on the Summer Associate Committee and is a prior chair of the Associates Committee. 



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    • J.D., 2015, University of Colorado Law School
    • B.A., 2012, University of Colorado at Boulder, summa cum laude

    Previous Experience

    Denver City Attorney’s Office, Airport Legal Services Division

    D.C. Office of Rep. Jared Polis


    • Colorado


    University of Colorado Real Estate Center, Young Alumni Board

    Community Involvement


    Former Member, Roots & Branches Foundation 2017, Rose Community Foundation

    Former Member, No Kid Hungry Colorado Impact Council



    Executive Editor, University of Colorado Law Review

    National Moot Court Team, University of Colorado Law School

    President’s Leadership Class, University of Colorado

    International Affairs Department Best Honors Thesis: “American Foreign Policy: International Law and Iran”, University of Colorado