Land Advisors Organization Establishes Presence in Denver

4600 S. Syracuse St., Denver. Photo: JLL
Tom Kaufman

Land Advisors Organization, the nation’s largest brokerage focused specifically on land, has expanded into the Denver market to serve landowners, home builders and developers. The firm’s newest office, located on the 9th floor at 4600 South Syracuse Street in Denver, is led by Tom Kaufman, a real estate veteran with expertise in raw land, land planning, land management, subdivision management, and land brokerage.

Kaufman, who previously worked with Land Advisors Organization over a decade ago, focuses on advising landowners and purchasers of land parcels throughout the Denver metro area and across the Front Range. He has extensive experience working with parties on the sale and purchase of vacant land parcels and large-scale developments. He provides valuable insight into site selection, real estate planning and the various issues faced by the homebuilding industry, developers and investors in the market.

“The Denver market’s consistent growth and our relationships with many builders looking to expand their presence there are behind our decision to re-establish our presence in Colorado,” said Greg Vogel, CEO of Land Advisors Organization. “Tom’s background and knowledge of the market set him apart, making him an exceptional advisor to landowners and developers, and allows us to provide significant opportunities to both local and national builders, and developers expanding in the region.”

Active in the commercial real estate and homebuilding industries, Kaufman is involved with the Homebuilders Association (HBA) of metro Denver, serving on the HBA’s Metro Housing Coalition committee. Additionally, he is involved with the Urban Land Institute (ULI), serving on ULI’s Growth Outreach Committee. He is also a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), and the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP). In the community, Kaufman dedicates his free time to several causes that benefit children, veterans and pets.  

Kaufman earned both a bachelor’s degree in human resource management and a Master of Business Administration in Management Information Systems from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Completed in 1999 and renovated in 2013, 4600 S. Syracuse offers desirable features such as floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic mountain and downtown views, efficient 25,000-square-foot floorplates and recently updated conferencing and fitness facilities. The 13-story building also features a 727-space parking garage and additional development upside through excess land that could potentially host an office tower or multifamily development.

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