Tai Palacio

Tai Palacio

Associate
Denver

Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +1 303 454 2573

Fax +1 303 899 7333

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

Tai Palacio brings a high level of skill to her broad-based transactional practice, providing development, finance, land use entitlements, and leasing services for all facets of complex real estate transactions.  

Through her commercial real estate finance practice, Tai assists her clients by efficiently drafting and negotiating complex loan documents, performing due diligence, resolving title issues, and closing lender-side loans for commercial real estate projects. Tai’s commercial leasing practice includes representing both landlords and tenants in the leasing and management of retail, office, restaurant, and industrial properties. She also has experience in public-private partnerships, including drafting of tax increment financing and public improvement fees, for large-scale development, redevelopment, infill, and mixed-use projects.

Tai is a trusted advisor who provides her clients with the experience they need, when they need it, while maintaining a personal touch. Her background, with law degrees from both Ireland and America, brings a unique perspective to her real estate practice by helping her understand the influence of geography on the legal landscape. During her annual visits to the UK and Ireland, Tai continues to maintain her European relationships and enhance her knowledge of global real estate transactions.

Education and admissions

Education

J.D., University of Denver Sturm College of Law, 2017

Masters of Common Law, University College of Dublin Sutherland School of Law, 2011

B.S., Florida State University, 2005

Bar admissions and qualifications

Colorado

Representative experience

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