NEW YORK, NY – Loeb & Loeb LLP announced today that attorney Christopher L. Barbaruolo has joined the firm’s New York office as a partner in the Real Estate Department.
“Chris is a dynamic attorney with remarkable breadth of experience across all areas of transactional real estate,” said Raymond A. Sanseverino, Chair of Loeb & Loeb’s Real Estate Department. “His skillset will be an excellent complement to our finance, sales and acquisitions, and leasing teams in New York and nationwide, further enhancing the sophisticated level of service that we provide to clients throughout the deal making process.”
Barbaruolo represents developers, owners, and investors in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions. His experience includes the acquisition, disposition, development and management of office, multifamily, retail and mixed-use properties; commercial mortgage, mezzanine and construction financing; acquisition of distressed debt; and joint ventures and restructurings. Barbaruolo’s practice includes counseling institutional lenders in the origination of mortgage debt (including construction and bridge debt) and mezzanine debt. In addition, he represents both landlords and tenants in all areas of commercial leasing and ground lease transactions.
“Chris’ arrival is an important step in the continued growth of our national real estate platform, and reaffirms our commitment to maintaining and strengthening a stronghold on New York’s vibrant real estate market,” said Mitchell S. Nussbaum, Managing Partner of Loeb & Loeb’s New York office. “We are very pleased that he has chosen to join us.”
“I’m excited for this next phase of my career here at Loeb,” said Barbaruolo. “I was drawn to Loeb’s great reputation for handling complex and high profile real estate and investment matters for a wide range of clients, as well as the national reach of its practice, which will be a great benefit to my clients.”
Formerly a partner at Duval & Stachenfeld LLP in New York, Barbaruolo earned his J.D. from Hofstra University School of Law, where he was the Notes and Comments Editor of the Hofstra Law Review. He received his B.A. from Lehigh University.About Loeb & Loeb’s Real Estate Department
Loeb & Loeb's Real Estate Department provides a broad range of sophisticated legal and counseling services involving commercial, multifamily, office, industrial, hospitality and residential properties throughout the country. The firm represents a wide variety of clients in the real estate industry, including financial institutions acting as lenders, investors or credit enhancers; institutional, corporate, and individual buyers and sellers of real estate; developers; landlords; tenants; and mortgage bankers.About Loeb & Loeb LLP
Loeb & Loeb is a multiservice law firm with more than 300 attorneys focusing on select practice areas, rather than endeavoring to be all things to all clients. The firm is recognized as a leading law firm in the areas of capital markets; corporate; media and entertainment; intellectual property; litigation; real estate; technology; and tax and wealth services. Loeb & Loeb has offices in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Nashville, Washington, DC, and Beijing, as well as an affiliate office in Hong Kong.