- Zealously represented clients in hundreds of development/re-development projects in more than 30 jurisdictions
- Named multiple years to Denver Business Journal's "Who's Who in Energy" and "Top Women in Energy (Real Estate)"
- Unique knowledge of alternative real estate financing tools to maximize client returns
Keirstin focuses her practice on assisting real estate developers and property owners in all aspects of development, finance and acquisition/disposition. Her primary expertise is identifying, leveraging and securing various forms of alternative financing options in commercial real estate transactions. She has developed strong relationships with local government economic development and community development departments across the state. She has worked on some of the largest development projects in the metro area, including assisting her client in developing the most comprehensive affordable housing plan in the City of Denver.
Keirstin Beck has practiced commercial real estate and land use law for almost two decades in Colorado. During this time, Ms. Beck has worked with over 30 local governments to establish countless public/private partnerships that advance local economic development policies and result in tangible economic community benefits. She has substantial transactional experience by virtue of assisting her clients in types of development/redevelopment projects including acquisition/disposition, leasing, partnership agreements, annexation, development and vested property rights agreements and financing. Her primary expertise is identifying, leveraging and capitalizing on alternative financing options in commercial real estate transactions through the use of often unknown/underutilized tax credits/deductions, tax increment financing (TIF), public improvement fees (PIF), Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC), and other forms of public assistance, tax credits and economic incentives. Her strong relationship with local governments’ community development and economic development departments has translated into positive benefits for both her clients and the applicable local community. In addition, Ms. Beck assisted in the development and implementation of the Colorado PACE program.
Ms. Beck enjoys spending time with her family in any activity that gets her outside including running, hiking, biking and skiing. She has previously served on the Board of Directors for the Denver Childrens’ Home and the Boulder Valley YMCA.
- JD, University of Denver, 2000
- BS, History and Sociology, University of Oregon
- Selected as one of the Top Women in Energy (Real Estate) by the Denver Business Journal, 2017 and 2018
- Named to list Who’s Who in Energy (Real Estate) by the Denver Business Journal, 2017 and 2018
- Selected for Inclusion in Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, 2009 – 2012
- Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Rating – AV (Preeminent)
- “Special Use Review”, 18th Annual Land Use Law: How to Conference, 2012
- “New Markets Tax Credits”, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute Conference, 2013
- “Creative Public Financing”, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute Conference, 2014
- “Creative Financing”, Public Financing Conference, 2014
- “Special Use Review”, 20th Annual Land Use Law: How to Conference, 2014
- “Colorado Commercial PACE Program”, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute Conference, 2015
- “Colorado Commercial PACE Program”, ICSC Idea Exchange, 2016
- “Colorado Commercial PACE Program”, PACE Nation Annual Summit, 2016
- “Colorado Commercial PACE Program”, Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA) Conference, 2016
- “PACE New Construction Financing”, ” PACE Nation Annual Summit, 2017
- Co-Developer of Colorado Real Estate Journal’s Co-PACE conference 2018 and 2019
- Energize Denver – FGMC’s July 2017 Newsletter