Keirstin has practiced commercial real estate law for almost two decades, focused on development and redevelopment projects. She has developed a true specialty in alternative financing programs such as New Markets Tax Credits (NMTC) and Tax Increment Financing (TIF) which is what led her to PACE several years ago. She assisted in the development of the Colorado PACE program by spearheading the “opt-in” process for metro area counties. Quickly seeing the opportunities for her clients, she formed Integro to assist commercial property owners in utilizing PACE to achieve maximum benefits. With over 110 years of commercial real estate development and financing experience combined on the Team, Integro serves as the “Owner’s Advocate” by assisting in developing the scope of the project, obtaining first lienholder consent and securing the best financing options available. Integro has closed numerous PACE projects, all with local banks and credit unions serving as the Capital Provider, including the largest Co-PACE deal to date for a $7.1 million Class A office project in Greenwood Village, Colorado.