Scott Campbell works side-by-side with his clients on all aspects of real estate transactions to provide creative solutions to complex real estate issues. His practice focuses on real estate finance, acquisitions, dispositions, and joint ventures.

Scott focuses on sophisticated real estate transactions throughout the country and uses his experience to advise clients on innovative structuring and drafting solutions to help them achieve their business goals. Scott's practice regularly involves assets in the hospitality, industrial, sports and entertainment, office, multi-family, and senior housing sectors.  Scott also routinely represents lenders and borrowers on mortgage loans, mezzanine loans, preferred equity transactions, and lender syndication agreements.

Working on market leading transactions, Scott's prior experience includes the financing of the largest single asset deal in New York City at the time, the acquisition of various ski resorts for Alterra Mountain Company, the acquisition of the Denver Broncos' real estate interests, and the sale of the Barclays Center (the latter two transactions also being part of the highest valuation for an NFL and NBA team, respectively, at the time).

In addition to his transactional work, Scott regularly writes articles, teaches CLEs and provides commentary on current real estate issues. Scott is a member of the Law360 Real Estate Editorial Board and a member of the Smart Leasing Advisory Board for the City and County of Denver.

Awards and recognitions


Real Estate/Construction Law Trailblazer
National Law Journal


Rising Stars, Real Estate

Education and admissions


J.D., Columbia Law School, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 2010

B.A., Cornell University, 2007

Bar admissions and qualifications


New York

Representative experience

Representing the Walton-Penner family on all real estate matters relating to the acquisition of the Denver Broncos for reportedly the highest valuation ever paid for a sports franchise.

Represented a real estate investment management firm on a mixed membership and asset acquisition of a US$1.26bn industrial portfolio located in core markets throughout eleven states in the U.S. 

Represented Partners Group on the sale of a large-scale portfolio of U.S. industrial properties at a price of more than US$1bn.

Represented a real estate investment management firm on a US$633m loan secured by industrial assets in ten states throughout the United States.  

Represented Onexim Sports and Entertainment Holding USA, Inc. in connection with the sale of the Barclays Center and the controlling interest in the Brooklyn Nets to Joe Tsai.

Represented Alterra Mountain Company on numerous deals involving the acquisition of ski resorts and related commercial properties located in Utah, Washington, and Vermont.

Represented a subsidiary of VICI Properties Inc. on various construction financing loans for experiential assets located throughout the United States.   

Represented a real estate investment trust as the borrower on a US$110m loan secured by resorts in the Dominican Republic and Jamaica.

Represented a life insurance company as the lender on a US$134m construction loan for a mixed-use development in San Diego, California.

Represented Welltower Inc. on the portfolio acquisition of various senior housing projects in excess of US$500m.

Represented an international real estate developer as the borrower on a master credit facility in excess of US$900m secured by student housing complexes.  

Represented a real estate investment trust as the lender on the origination of a mezzanine credit facility for the acquisition of medical office buildings throughout the United States.  

Represented a real estate investment management firm on a mortgage loan in excess of US$367m secured by industrial assets in three states located on the East Coast of the United States. 

Represented Wells Fargo Bank on the origination of construction and permanent financing loans for various mixed-use developments in Denver.

Represented the seller of a major high rise office building in downtown Denver. 

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