Keith A. Spong
Phone: (847) 289-3371; Fax: (847) 695-3243 firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith A. Spong’s practice covers all areas of commercial and residential real estate law as well as general business and tax matters ancillary to real estate issues. Keith’s experience includes complex commercial sales and acquisitions involving industrial properties, shopping center properties, farms and multi-family properties, including the structuring of Section 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges in connection with such real estate transactions.
Keith has extensive experience in commercial leasing, representing both landlords and tenants, including frequent involvement with various shopping center leases. He has further represented builders and developers in condominium projects, including the drafting of condominium declarations and establishment of the related association structures for such projects. In addition, Keith has documented numerous loan transactions involving real estate and non-real estate loans and he also has experience in corporate mergers and acquisitions, both involving real estate and otherwise.
Prior to the joinder of Huck Bouma PC and Brady & Jensen, LLP in 2017, Keith was a partner at Brady & Jensen, LLP, where he spent virtually all of his 29 years in private practice. He has spoken several times at continuing legal education seminars on various real estate topics.
Keith lives in St. Charles with his wife, Kelly. He is a passionate international and adventure traveler/high-altitude trekker as well as a student of history, which is a lifelong interest.
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University of Iowa, College of Law, J.D. (with distinction)
Iowa State University, B.S.
(Major in History, 1985)
Member Illinois State Bar
Illinois State Bar Association
Kane County Bar Association
Phi Alpha Theta (academic honorary fraternity for scholarship in the field of history)