Lucy T. Brewer

(P) 919-645-4309
(F) 919-510-6802

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Lucy counsels clients in a variety of commercial and residential real estate and corporate transactions, including: the acquisition and sale of real property; retail and office leasing matters; asset purchase and sale agreements; commercial lending and finance matters; corporate formation documents; and foreclosures. She has worked on complex commercial real property matters such as the acquisition and sale of commercial office buildings, retail shopping centers and subdivisions and unimproved real estate. She has drafted loan restructuring and workout agreements, loan documentation, declarations of restrictive covenants, business formation and organizational documents, and commercial leases.


    Practice Areas:
    Commercial Real Estate
    Real Estate Sale & Acquisitions
    Real Estate Development
    Real Estate Workouts 
    Financial Institutions
    Leasing & Property Management
    Commercial Foreclosures

    North Carolina


    Wake County Bar Association
    North Carolina Bar Association
    Tenth Judicial District Bar
    International Council of Shopping Centers

    Campbell University School of Law, J.D.
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A.


    Representative Transactions:

    • Represented national homebuilder in acquisition of lots in Cary, NC.
    • Represented a regional bank in commercial foreclosures across the state of North Carolina.
    • Drafted declaration of covenants for multiple residential developments.
    • Represented multiple regional and national banks with disposition of REO inventory.
    • Negotiated and drafted pre-foreclosure and forbearance agreements for multiple lenders.
    • Represented commercial landlord in retail lease drafting and negotiation for multiple properties in Wake County, N.C.
    • Represented private equity fund in the acquisition and closing of commercial note secured by a multifamily project in Guilford County, N.C.
    • Drafted multiple loan sale agreements and closed loan sale transactions in excess of $10,000,000.