Amy L. O’Donnell
Ms. O'Donnell's practice focuses on accomplishing her clients' objectives in addition to protecting their legal rights. She works to understand the unique requirements of each project or transaction, efficiently assisting her clients from acquisition and sale, development, green building, finance, management, and the leasing of commercial and office space.
Ms. O'Donnell has over 14 years of experience in contracts, purchase and sale, closings, leasing and sale-leasebacks, title curation, site due diligence, easements, licenses, covenants and the formation and operation of common interest communities.
As a LEED® accredited professional, Ms. O'Donnell joins a handful of Colorado attorneys with this distinction. Ms. O'Donnell's uses her knowledge of green building to assist clients through development, construction, sales and leasing.
Center for Dispute Resolution, Certificate in Dispute Resolution, 1999
Willamette University, College of Law, J.D., 1999
University of Colorado, B.A. International Affairs, Minor Economics 1995
- Real Estate
- Restaurant and QSR
- Local counsel
LEED® AP, 2009
Chair- Colorado Enterprise Fund, a non-profit micro-lender assisting small businesses that cannot obtain traditional bank financing.
Director, Membership- Commercial Real Estate Women, Denver, a commercial real estate organization dedicated to advancing the success of women in the industry.
Board of Directors - Miracle Fund, a non-profit organization supporting Guatemalan Kekchi Indians and other disenfranchised indigenous populations around the globe.
Member, Real Estate Section of Colorado Bar Association
Member, CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women)
Member, and 2009-2010 Co-Chair, of Outside the Box
- Article “Is Your Project Development Team a Green Professional Short?” Colorado Real Estate Journal, 2010.
- Presentation on Retail Leasing to the CIRB Mid-Winter Conference, 2012.
- Presentation on Commercial Lending Alternatives to the Colorado Society of CPA’s Real Estate Conference, 2009.
- Presentation on Colorado Common Interest Community Associations for Summit County Property Managers, 2002.
Admitted to Practice: Colorado, 1999
Practice Groups: Real Estate