J.D., University of California - Berkeley, 2011
MES, summa cum laude, University of Pennsylvania, 2002
B.A., magna cum laude, University of Pennsylvania, 2001
Heather Haney's practice focuses on land use, real estate, and public and private financing. She represents developers and investors in all phases of the acquisition, development, and financing of renewable energy projects, including wind, biomass, and solar facilities. She practices in Colorado and California and advises clients on real estate, land use, finance, and regulatory compliance.
Heather was previously an attorney with a large international law firm, serving both as an associate and as the firm's Clean Technology Program Manager, providing market analysis and strategic advice with respect to renewable energy, corporate sustainability, energy efficiency, smart grid, clean transportation, water, and energy storage. Prior to law school, Heather was an environmental consultant in San Diego, where she represented both public and private entities in the preparation of environmental impact reports, habitat conservation plans, and other technical documents in accordance with related federal and state environmental laws and regulations.
Alameda Station, Denver, Colorado
Represent developer of the Alameda Station TOD project in negotiating, drafting, and finalizing agreements with the Regional Transportation District and other parties associated with the purchase of property from RTD and development of a new transit plaza and associated private development
Central I-70 / Colorado Department of Transportation, Denver, Colorado
Represent the Colorado Department of Transportation in the procurement of an availability payment P3 project for the Central 70 project
Convention Center Hotel, Denver, Colorado
Represent the Denver Convention Center Hotel Authority to finance, build, and operate the 1,100 room Hyatt Convention Center Hotel
Peña Station, City and County of Denver, Colorado
Represent the City and County of Denver on a public-private partnership in connection with the Peña Station area transit-oriented development (TOD) project, including negotiations with adjacent landowners, agreements related to $50 million infrastructure financing, and real estate issues
Navajo Headwaters Ranch, near San Juan Mountains, Colorado
Represented the private landowners in a multiple phase land conservation project, including both gift and bargain-sale conservation easements, federal and state incentives, reciprocal use agreements, and corporate and debt related issues, leading to the preservation of this magnificent landscape along the Navajo River