Tony Barwick regularly assists clients in successfully structuring, negotiating and completing a wide variety of complex transactional matters. His experience includes advising financial institutions and corporate clients in multiple industries related to their financings, joint ventures and complex real estate acquisitions and dispositions (including the representation of various lenders and borrowers with their credit facilities).
Tony regularly works with clients to structure, negotiate and close complex commercial transactions. His experience includes securing financing, structuring credit facilities, representing clients through strategic acquisitions, and joint ventures. He also works closely with financial institutions in credit workouts and restructuring matters.
Tony has worked with companies of all sizes in transactions involving the acquisition and disposition of commercial properties. He has represented lenders and borrowers in multi-million dollar real estate transactions involving hotels, healthcare centers and retail shopping centers.
Tony has a particular interest in representing hospitality companies in connection with their transactional needs, including the negotiation of licenses, management and development agreements, financings and asset acquisitions and dispositions.
Tony has represented various lenders and borrowers with asset based and non-asset based credit facilities and through the present time in completing a variety of credit workouts and restructurings for various national and regional financial institution clients.
Member, Association for Corporate Growth - Raleigh/Durham Chapter
Member, Urban Land Institute
Prior Young Leader Partnership Forum Chair, Urban Land Institute
Member, Commercial Real Estate Finance Council
Member, Loan Syndications and Trading Association
Co-presenter (with Adam Tarleton), "Opportunities for Developers under the Federal Opportunity Zone Program," Carolina Inn, Chapel Hill, NC, April 2, 2019
Co-author (with John Cross and Adam Tarleton), "Investing In Qualified Opportunity Funds," Triad Business Journal, October 31, 2018
”New REMIC Rules May Provide More Room to Modify Commercial Real Estate Loans,” Distressed Real Estate and Tax Alert, October 5, 2009
“Public-Private Investment Partnerships to Tackle Legacy Toxic Assets,” Distressed Real Estate and Investment Management Alert, March 31, 2009