Kelly G. Reynoldson

(303) 292-7717
Partner
(303) 292-7799 Fax
Kelly.Reynoldson@KutakRock.com

Ms. Reynoldson is a partner in Kutak Rock’s Denver office and she focuses her practice on complex commercial real estate and finance matters. She has served as lead counsel in the structuring, restructuring and modification of a number of large-scale, national projects including sale-leaseback transactions, mortgage and equipment loan originations, credit facilities and securitizations. She has represented REITs, lenders, developers, owners and investors.

 With her extensive experience in multi-state commercial real estate transactions, Ms. Reynoldson provides her clients with creative solutions and the assurance that their transactions will be handled efficiently and within budget.

In addition to providing dedicated service to her clients, Ms. Reynoldson also is actively engaged in her community by serving on the Board of Directors for Friendship Bridge as well as the Executive Committee of the Alliance Foundation.

  • Counsel to a national real estate investment trust in connection with the acquisition, disposition, financing, servicing and securitization of over $4 billion in commercial real estate.
  • Represented a national real estate investment trust in connection with the private placement of over $1 billion in net-lease mortgage notes.
  • Counsel to a national real estate investment trust in connection with restructuring, disposition and substitution of specially serviced/distressed assets including mortgage loans, equipment loans and property leases.
  • Counsel to a national lender in connection with series of mortgage, term and equipment financing transactions totaling over $50 million.
  • Advising NNN lease investor in connection with a series of commercial real estate acquisitions (including loan originations and assumptions) totaling over $50 million.
  • Counsel to a national real estate investment trust in connection with $815 million sale-leaseback financing transaction with a national retailer, which was reported by The Wall Street Journal in 2006 to be the largest sale-leaseback transaction ever in the United States.