Kevin L. Kelley

Chair, Real Estate
Partner, Real Estate
2021 McKinney Avenue
Suite 1600
Dallas, Texas 75201
t 214.999.4503 f 214.999.3503

Recognized, The Best Lawyers® in America
(Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith eds.,
Woodward/White, Inc.)

Recognized, The Best Lawyers in Dallas
(D Magazine)

Recognized, The Dallas 500 (D CEO)

Kevin L. Kelley Super Lawyers 2017

Kevin Kelley is a veteran real estate lawyer who represents developers, owners, lenders and investors in real estate development, investment and financing in Texas and throughout the U.S. New clients often come to work with Kevin after witnessing his work ethic and highly effective negotiation style, liking his practical, accessible and reasonable approach.

His clients include large, sophisticated and active commercial real estate developers of hospitality properties and hotels, stakeholders in high-profile urban developments, developers of corporate headquarters and campuses, and Canadian investors with large portfolios of multifamily properties in the U.S.

He is also involved in construction financing and the placement of equity, and has extensive experience in loan restructures, workouts and foreclosures.

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