Joe McCullough practices primarily in the areas of commercial real estate, real estate development, and finance.
Born in Washington, D.C., Mr. McCullough graduated magna cum laude from Wake Forest University in 1980. While at Wake Forest, Mr. McCullough was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received his J.D. degree cum laude from Wake Forest University Law School in 1983, where he served on the Editorial Staff of the Wake Forest Law Review.
Mr. McCullough's community activities include coaching youth league football and basketball, serving on the Board of Directors of HandsNFeet Foundation and as Board Member and General Counsel for Agape Parc, a respite care facility, and serving on the Boards of the ACC Championship Game and the Belk Bowl (formerly the Meineke Car Care Bowl).
A sample of Mr. McCullough's representative transactions includes:
· Representing a national real estate fund in the acquisition of a real estate portfolio consisting of 24 assets in 5 states.
· Representing a commercial bank in negotiating and restructuring a 16 loan portfolio secured by real estate in three states.
· Representing a foreign developer in the acquisition of four commercial shopping centers in North Carolina totaling $88,000,000.
· Representing a national developer/homebuilder in the acquisition and development of 15 residential projects.
· Representing a leading national private investment firm in acquiring, developing and financing senior housing and healthcare real estate.
Nexsen Pruet Moves into New Space in Charlotte
The firm's new offices will be located on the 15th floor of the Carillon Building. That's on the corner of Trade and Poplar Streets.
"Nexsen Pruet makes uptown office move"
The Friday, April 23rd edition of the Charlotte Business Journal features an article entitled "Nexsen Pruet makes uptown office move."
Nexsen Pruet Creates Distressed Property and Workout Practice Group
The new group will provide clients with resources, skills and experience to help navigate issues that emerge during periods of economic and financial uncertainty.
Civic & Professional Memberships
· Mecklenburg County Bar
· North Carolina Bar Association - Real Property Section
· North Carolina State Bar
· Urban Land Institute