Jordan P. Chase
For Jordan Chase, public finance is purposeful. Whether it's the highway improvement project that cuts commute times, the recreational facility or business district that breathes new life into an old area of town, the convention center that draws new visitors to a city, or the airport that welcomes them there — helping governmental bodies with procurement and financing matters allows communities to flourish.
Jordan began his legal career as a commercial real estate lawyer but developed a passion and skill for public finance representing the Colorado High Performance Transportation Enterprise, an enterprise operating within the Colorado Department of Transportation. As an Assistant Attorney General, he helped the Colorado Department of Transportation tackle cutting-edge financing and highway development issues. He faced, head-on, the various difficulties of public-private partnerships, financing activities, highway procurements, public board requirements, and constitutional limitations.
Coming from the governmental side, Jordan possesses a unique perspective of the demands of implementing large-scale infrastructure projects. He works meticulously and enthusiastically and relies on his commercial real estate background to provide a comprehensive understanding of each project and goal. Jordan knows that in any transaction — especially those involving both public and private entities — difficulties may arise that are not clear cut, but he prides himself on finding solutions that are.
Areas of Focus
Bond and disclosure counsel to The Regents of the University of Colorado.
Bond counsel to the Denver International Airport.
Bond counsel to Miami-Dade County.
Transaction counsel to the High Performance Transportation Enterprise/Colorado Department of Transportation.
Disclosure counsel to the E-470 Public Highway Authority.
Bond and disclosure counsel to the Park Creek Metropolitan District.
Disclosure counsel to the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority.