Energized by timeless design and stunning architecture, LEGOs were quite literally the building blocks of my real estate career.

As a kid, I meticulously designed houses and stadiums with a menagerie of tiny colored bricks. I spent Saturday mornings with Norm Abram watching This Old House and my parents rewarded good behavior with long drives through Country Club, Belcaro and Wash Park so I could gawk at Denver’s finest architecture. “One day” I’d say.

My insatiable appetite for creative outlets evolved into a love for branding and advertising. I scribbled taglines for fictitious businesses during class, wrote jingles for a kick and built brands for no reason other than to create something new.

I went to school to explore a career in business and graduated Cum Laude from the University of Colorado, Denver with a degree in Communications and an emphasis in Public Relations and Conflict Management.

I received a master’s degree in Determination, Perseverance and Stick-to-it-ness when I tried out for the United States Skeleton Team because “Why not? You only live once.” Armed with zero-experience and an uninspiring athletic résumé I clawed my way to seventh in the nation representing the United States at an international level.

Today, I lean on my experience, authenticity, sense of humor and calm demeanor to navigate the complexities of the real estate industry but I believe it's my loyalty and steadfast commitment to my craft that yield the greatest value to my peers and my clientele.

Notable Sales

The Coloradan

Leveraging the power of social media and in-depth analysis a resource was created for prospective buyers to explore Denver's newest hi-rise development. In total, Adam represented twelve buyers, or 4% of the market-rate residences, in The Coloradan advising in every step of the process from concept through closing.

1750 Wewatta Street, Suite 1724

Taking advantage of industry networking, an off-market opportunity was discovered. Through swift negotiations an agreement between the buyer and seller was reached and the client purchased their preferred residence without market competition.

228 Monroe Street

The final residence of four new-construction townhomes in Cherry Creek North, a thoughtful and methodical plan was employed to assist the buyer and seller in reaching a mutually beneficial outcome.

1050 Buffalo Ridge Road

Working with the client to identify a strict set of parameters, a strategic, systematic plan was employed. Prospective properties were carefully evaluated before securing the ideal residence that met the client’s needs and expectations.

9391 E. Winding Hill Road

Electing to build a custom home, careful consideration was given to lot positioning, the floor plan as well as extensive exterior and interior finishes. The result is a functional, beautifully designed residence that meets the clients' individual needs while aligning with the rest of the neighborhood.