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Matt Dillman


Moye White

Advised buyer in $280-million portfolio transfer of two office buildings

Served as counsel for national hamburger and fried chicken restuarants

Matt Dillman is a partner with Moye White. He represents local and regional owners, developers, investors, and retailers in commercial real estate matters. Dillman concentrates his practice on real estate acquisitions, dispositions, developments, 1031 Exchanges and financing transactions, specializing in real estate leasing. His client list includes some of the largest office landlords in Colorado.

Dillman’s background in real estate litigation prepared his shift to counsel real estate companies on transactions, launching a real estate transactions practice from scratch at his firm, Burns, Figa & Will. Dillman and his team moved to Moye White in 2020.

Notable transactions include advising the buyer of a $280-million portfolio transfer for two office buildings in separate U.S. cities and serving as leasing counsel for national hamburger and fried chicken restaurants in multiple states.

He has been recognized by The Best Lawyers and Colorado Super Lawyer. Dillman is a member of the American Bar Association, the Colorado Bar Association, the Denver Bar Association and the Denver Metro Commercial Association of Realtors (on which he served as a board member and counsel).

Dillman earned his J.D. from the University of Denver.

These are some of the reasons why we are honoring Matt Dillman with Connect CRE’s 2023 Phoenix & Southwest Lawyers in Real Estate Award. The award celebrates real estate attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice and the larger community.


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