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Bradley Boodt


555 17th Street, Suite 3200, Denver, CO 80202
9555 Hillwood Drive, 2nd Floor, Las Vegas, NV 89134

Bradley Boodt serves as counsel to some of the most successful real estate and alternative energy developers and lenders throughout Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico.

Experience: For over twenty-five years, Brad has advised clients in connection with the development and financing of some of the most prominent commercial real estate and renewable energy projects that have been built in the Mountain West. His clients include the developers of large master planned communities, retail centers, multi-family projects, stadiums, high rise, mixed-used condominium projects, and office developments. He also has an active presence in the West’s thriving alternative energy sector, representing both developers and lenders in the development, financing, and construction of large wind and solar energy projects. He regularly assists clients and law firms from across the United States with respect to the financing of their projects in Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico.

Geographic Reach: Utilizing Holland & Hart’s strategic footprint, which spans across eight states in the Mountain West, Brad is able to provide clients with the skills they need to efficiently and effectively develop sophisticated real estate and energy projects, including tax, regulatory, permitting, due diligence, financing, and intellectual property.

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Real Estate Development

Brad’s experience representing developers is multi-faceted, and includes:

  • Financing
  • Acquisitions
  • Multi-family development
  • Shopping mall development and operations
  • Mixed-use condominium development
  • Stadium and adjacent development
  • Formation of special improvement districts
  • Formation and development of common interest communities
  • National, state, and local registrations

Energy and Infrastructure

Brad also guides clients through the complex financing and real estate issues associated with the development of wind, solar and transportation infrastructure projects, including acquisition, due diligence, development, and financing. He and his team provide counsel regarding multiple aspects of alternative energy projects, including:

  • Real Estate
  • Due diligence
  • Financing
  • Environmental
  • Tax credits
  • Permitting
  • Regulatory
  • Industrial Revenue Bonds
  • Construction

Brad has represented many of the national, regional, and community financial institutions operating in Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico. For over two decades, he has provided strategic advice to lenders and developers in connection with a broad array of financing needs, including:

  • New loan documentation, including construction and term financing
  • Re-financing
  • Workouts and restructurings
  • Post-foreclosure disposition of real property assets

He has a vibrant opinion practice, regularly working with some of the most prominent law firms in the country to assist clients in achieving their financing goals.

Representative Clients
  • The Howard Hughes Company, owner and developer of one of the largest master planned communities in the United States.
  • General Growth Properties, one of the nation’s largest mall operators and real estate investment trusts.
  • HSBC Bank USA, National Association
  • GE Energy Financial Services, Inc.
  • Bank of Colorado

Client Results

  • Lead real estate counsel and New Mexico regulatory, permitting, environmental and financing counsel to the lenders and tax equity investors in connection with the Western Spirit Wind and Transmission Line project. The 1,050 MW project, which consists of four separate wind farms and a 150-mile-long transmission line located in seven counties across New Mexico, is the largest single-phase renewable power build out in U.S. history, and was named the Transmission Deal of the Year by Power Finance and Risk.

  • Lead counsel to Bank of Colorado in the construction financing of McGregor Square, a nearly 700,000 sq. ft. mixed-use hotel, condominium, retail and office development, constructed by an affiliate of the Colorado Rockies adjacent to Coors Field.

  • Real estate and finance counsel to the developer of a 1,343 unit residential, retail and commercial development being constructed in Las Vegas.

  • New Mexico counsel to the lender in connection with a $352 million credit facility extended to a major international manufacturer and printer of paper products. More details here (in Spanish).

  • Counsel to the seller of one of the largest assemblages of industrial property located in Adams County, Colorado. More details here.

  • Counsel to the owner in the financing and construction of Downtown Summerlin, then the largest retail development to have opened in the United States since 2008.

  • Nevada Counsel in the construction financing of NFL Stadium in Las Vegas.

  • Counsel to the owner in the financing and construction of AAA baseball stadium in Las Vegas.

  • Counsel to a consortium of national lenders and tax equity investors in the financing of four separate wind energy projects in New Mexico.

  • Counsel to the developer of 376-unit apartment complex in Las Vegas.

  • Counsel to the owner in the financing of two multi-billion-dollar retail malls located on the Las Vegas Strip.

  • Colorado and New Mexico counsel to the lender in financing to federally recognized tribal entity in The Four Corners Region.

  • Colorado counsel to the lender in the construction financing of medical office facility in Superior Colorado.

  • Nevada counsel to lenders and developers in the construction and finance of multiple mixed-use developments located on the Las Vegas strip.

Speaking Engagements


Bar Admissions

Professional and Civic Affiliations

  • Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, Executive Committee Member
  • Financial Executives International, Sponsor

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