As a partner at Tributary Real Estate, Amy Aldridge offers more than 13 years of experience in commercial real estate as a licensed broker. Her primary focus is advising scaling companies on office space strategies to accommodate their immediate needs, while also planning for growth. Amy’s extensive experience closing complex and challenging transactions has provided her with the expertise to find creative solutions for virtually any client real estate need.
Leveraging a strong understanding of the Denver market, Amy has earned a reputation for providing superior client service and building lasting relationships with clients based on trust, respect and a complete understanding of their business goals. Previously, Amy served as a vice president at JLL where she represented tenants and buyers in the Denver Office Market, specifically Downtown and the periphery submarkets. She has expertise with multiple product types across the U.S. in both the public and private sectors.
Outside of her work at Tributary, Amy is deeply involved in the community. She currently serves on a Denver-based committee of Alumni and mentors for Colorado State University’s College of Business, serves on an Executive Committee for the Everitt Real Estate Center at Colorado State University, and previously served as the president of the Rocky Mountain Alliance Children’s Foundation. Amy also serves on the Board of Governors of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, the Center City Leadership Council of the Downtown Denver Partnership, is a member of the Green & Gold Foundation, and chairs the Development Committee of Social Venture Partners.
Amy has been recognized as a Top 25 GenXYZ finalist by ColoradoBiz Magazine, a Heavy Hitter finalist (Young Broker of Denver) by the Denver Metro Commercial Association of REALTORS, and as a Breakout Broker of the Year by JLL. Amy graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in business administration, with a double concentration in commercial real estate and real estate finance.