Amy is the Managing Partner of East West Partners in Denver. East West Partners is devoted to building, selling, managing, and supporting high-quality real estate. Since 1986, the firm has developed and sold over $7 billion of residential and commercial real estate.
Amy is always looking for ways to connect people with the places they live and work. Amy oversees the team that will be bringing the new Cherry Creek West development to life. She and her team recently completed one of the Denver Union Station transit hub redevelopment and much of the adjacent residential and office including The Coloradan and 16 Chestnut. She also oversaw the revitalization of The Landmark, a distressed mixed-use community that needed new eyes and perspective. Prior to this, Amy helped to create the Riverfront Park community in Denver. More than a collection of buildings, the Riverfront Park neighborhood of Denver, Denver’s Union Station Neighborhood and the Landmark development represent something important to Amy – creating a sense of place.
Amy is deeply committed to the community. She is on the board of the Denver Metro Chamber’s Economic Development Corporation, Downtown Denver Partnership’s Civic Ventures Board, the University of Colorado Real Estate Center’s International Advisory Board, and the Urban Land Institute’s national Mixed-Use Council. Also deeply committed to the arts, Amy is a founding board member for the Riverfront Park Community Foundation, which fosters organizations particularly in the areas of arts and education in Denver, and as a founding board member of Union Hall, a new model to support local and emerging artists in downtown Denver.