Amy Dolce has been practicing real estate law for 15 years, and focuses on the drafting, review and negotiation of all documents related to commercial real estate transactions. Amy’s practice experience includes representing owners and developers in the purchase, sale, development and leasing of real property and existing projects, as well as the leasing of retail, office and industrial properties from both the landlord and tenant perspective.
Prior to her transactional practice, Amy was a civil litigator and an Editor of the Utah Trial Lawyers Association Journal for several years. Her litigation background, and legal research and writing experience enhances her review and negotiation of contracts in the real estate realm.
Representation of a nationwide healthcare provider in negotiating and drafting office and retail leases for properties throughout the United States, with focus on properties in the San Francisco Bay Area, Pacific Northwest and the City of New York.
Representation of large real estate development firm in Utah regarding mixed use/retail leasing of several Shopping Centers across the Wasatch Front and Park City areas.
Representation of family-owned real estate development company in the purchase and sale of land in Utah and Nevada and Washington, as well as retail/ground leasing for Shopping Centers in Utah, Arizona and Nevada (included drafting CC&Rs for new developments).
Representation of a large real estate development firm in several transactions including the sale of an office building in downtown Salt Lake City, office leasing for several downtown office buildings, assisted with development of two new office buildings and assisted with a Development Agreement, Joint Venture Agreement and financing documents for a large-scale mixed use development.
Representation of retail tenant in a package of multi-store leasing transactions involving several shopping centers operated by a major landlord.
Representation of owners of a retail shopping center, anchored by Target, BevMo and Michaels, in all aspects of leasing for the shopping center.
University of Utah College of Law, J.D. (Law Review, Articles Editor)
University of Utah, B.S., Political Science
Nelson, Christensen Hollingworth & Williams
Joel M. Allred, P.C.
Utah State Bar