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, private equity investment, purchase and sale transactions, and real estate related joint ventures.

Scott draws upon his experience handling large, sophisticated real estate transactions throughout the country to advise clients on innovative structuring and drafting solutions to help them achieve their business goals. He routinely represents clients in the drafting and negotiation of mortgage, mezzanine, and preferred equity financing documents (including intercreditor agreements and related syndication documents), purchase and sale agreements, commercial leases, construction documents, and various other property-level contracts.

Prior to joining the Denver office of Hogan Lovells, Scott worked at a number of major law firms in New York City where he advised clients on the financing and development of a wide variety of real estate assets including the ground-up construction of a mixed-use building in Times Square and the representation of the lead commercial bank in the financing and syndication of the largest single-asset deal in the history of New York City at the time.

Scott is also a member of the Smart Leasing Advisory Board for the City and County of Denver and, as a strong proponent of the firm's Pro Bono practice, Scott has experience advising the firm's nonprofit clients on various real estate matters.

Awards and recognitions


Rising Stars Under 40

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

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

Represented a commercial bank on the origination of a construction loan to fund the redevelopment of the landmarked TWA Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport.*

Represented a commercial bank on the origination of US$1.4bn in mortgage and mezzanine loans as part of the largest single-asset deal in New York City.*

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.

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