Keith M. Pockross has wide-ranging experience in all facets of real estate law and represents both entrepreneurial and institutional clients in Colorado and elsewhere in the United States.
Areas of Concentration
· Big box commercial and shopping center development and leasing
· Master planned residential and golf course communities
· Residential - Home builders
· Land use entitlement
· Acquisitions and dispositions
Professional & Community Involvement
· Member, American Bar Association
· Member, Board of Directors, Mercy Housing Colorado
· Member, Urban Land Institute
Awards & Recognition
· Listed, The Best Lawyers in America, Real Estate Law, 2013-2014
· Team Member, The Legal 500 United States, "Top Tier" Firm in Real Estate, 2013
· Member, Winning Team, Chambers USA Award for Excellence, Real Estate, 2010 and 2013
· Team Member, a Law360 "Real Estate Practice Group of the Year," 2011 and 2012
· Listed, Super Lawyers magazine, Colorado Super Lawyers, 2006-2011
· Rated, AV Preeminent® 5.0 out of 5
· Represented developer in the conversion of a San Francisco office building into a luxury residential building containing both condominium units and fractional interest units being sold by a luxury tier hotel chain.
· Represented clients in the acquisition of income-producing apartment complexes, retail centers and warehouse properties throughout the United States.
· Represented several asset-based lenders in transactions throughout the Western United States.
· Represented a major big-box chain store in its land acquisition, land use entitlement and construction activities throughout Colorado and the inter-mountain west region.
· Represented a national shopping center developer in its development and leasing of regional malls.
· Represented a large German syndicate in a major land assembly around a large shopping center in Houston, Texas.
· Advised on structuring and documenting $100 million of wrap-around mortgage loans.
Publications & Presentations
Articles, Lectures & Publications
Keith was a regular panelist at mergers and acquisition seminars hosted by the American Management Association from 1975 to 1980.