Bob Choate works primarily out of the Fort Collins office, but he has deep ties to Greeley and all of Northern Colorado. His practice is focused on real estate development and associated business transactions.

Prior to joining Coan Payton & Payne, Mr. Choate spent many years as corporate counsel for local governmental entities in northern Colorado, and has extensive experience navigating the permitting processes necessary to acquire and protect vested development rights in most every jurisdiction on the north front range.

Mr. Choate received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law, and his Bachelors of Science from the University of Texas at Austin College of Communication. He is a current member and previous chair of the Larimer County Planning Commission, which regulates land use and subdivisions in the unincorporated area of the County. He is also a current volunteer and prior trustee for the Overland Mountain Bike Association, a local nonprofit dedicated to public lands and trail development.

Mr. Choate lives in the foothills west of Fort Collins with his wife and four daughters. In his free time he enjoys cycling, camping with his family, and writing speculative fiction novels.



103 W. Mountain Ave Ste. 200
Fort Collins, CO 80524