Alan M. Keeffe


Denver, Colorado Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Phone: 970.879.6770

Fax: 303.298.0940


  • Juris Doctor, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, 1985
    • Associate Editor, Administrative Law Review
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Colorado, 1981

Alan Keeffe represents financial institutions and other lenders guiding them through structuring, negotiating, documenting, and closing loans, including direct commercial loans in the context of mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, and large syndicated transactions.

Alan also represents numerous small to mid-sized companies, helping them with general corporate matters. Actively engaged in the community, he has served on the board of directors for a number of nonprofit organizations, including in the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club and Emerald Mountain School.

Early in his law career, Alan worked in the legal department of Central Bank of Denver (now US Bank). In that role, he gained firsthand experience, business insight, and an insider’s view of the issues and challenges that arise in banking. This experience enables him to offer clients legal advice based on a real world business point of view as opposed to solely a legal perspective.


  • Represented numerous financial lenders in construction and development loans, commercial loans and secured transactions throughout the State of Colorado.
  • Represented multiple resort developers in numerous transactions, including the development of eight mountain resort duplex lots in Steamboat Springs, a 10-unit townhome development in Steamboat Springs, and a 38 unit high-end condominium development in Telluride.
  • Represented the landowner in the matter of a 380 acre conservation easement.
  • Represented different lenders in numerous large construction transactions, including a 40,000 square foot shopping center in Parker, a 35,000 square foot shopping center in Boulder, a 55,000 square foot anchor retail center redevelopment in Greenwood Village, and a 70,000 square foot factory outlet store in Silverthorne.
  • Represented multiple land developers in transactions including the creation of 76 residential lots in Highlands Ranch, 270 residential lots in Douglas County, 38 residential lots in Jefferson County, and 60 residential lots in Park County.
  • Represented multiple borrowers in numerous transactions, including a revolving construction loan in Highlands Ranch and a 370-unit luxury apartment complex in Englewood.