Following a 20-year career at an international law firm, Mark Boscoe joined Isaacson Rosenbaum P.C. in 2006 working in both the real estate, and tax and estate planning practice areas. In 2011 he joined Ryley Carlock & Applewhite in the corporate practice group. He has a broad background, including helping clients with real estate acquisition, development and finance, tax increment finance, entity formation and general transactional and corporate representation. In addition, he assists individual clients and families with estate and charitable planning matters, including preparation of wills, trusts, gift planning and family business matters. He also works with charitable foundations and non-profit organizations.
Mark has worked with the Denver Urban Renewal Authority on many downtown Denver and neighborhood redevelopment projects, including Broadway Marketplace, Elitch Gardens Amusement Park, Denver Dry Goods Building and Tattered Cover Building, including public tax increment debt financing. He represented Stapleton Development Corporation in negotiations with the City and County of Denver in the acquisition of the Stapleton Airport property; represented the developer of the largest affordable housing project constructed in Pitkin County, Colorado; and negotiated on behalf of Winter Park Ski Area the acquisition of Winter Park base area land from the U.S. Forest Service.
He negotiated the restructuring and write-down of a HUD Section 8 loan with FHA on behalf of the Sisters of Mercy for a local low-income housing project and career development program for unwed mothers. In addition, he has served as local counsel for $50-$500 million syndicated loans led by Citibank, Union Bank and others.
With his business colleagues, he assists clients in developing and implementing sophisticated estate, gift and generation-skipping tax planning strategies including preparation of Wills; establishment and management of trusts; family business succession; revocable and irrevocable trusts and Insurance Trusts (ILITs). Mark advises clients on all types of lifetime gifting and estate tax transfer transactions including grantor retained annuity trusts (GRATs), personal resident trusts (QPRTs) and formation of family limited liability companies and partnerships. He handles the administration of probate and income tax planning for domestic and international business transactions.
Mark earned both his L.L.M. in Taxation at DU as well as his J.D., Order of St. Ives, ranking first in his class.
He is deeply involved in the community, having worked for the Colorado Bar Association Ethics Committee, the Allied Jewish Federation of Colorado, the Colorado Agency for Jewish Education, and the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Anti-Defamation League. He is a past president of the BMH-BJ Synagogue.Awards: