Amy K. Bridwell Counsel

Amy is an experienced commercial real estate attorney with focus in acquisitions, dispositions and development. She primarily represents private investors and developers in connection with retail, multi-family, office and industrial real estate. She has demonstrated expertise with title, survey and other due diligence review and commercial closings.

Prior to joining McGuireWoods, Amy held positions with a full-service law firm, a commercial real estate boutique, and one of the largest commercial title agencies in Atlanta.


Representation of private equity group in acquisitions and dispositions of national restaurant chain sites.

Representation of regional developers and private equity funds in acquisitions and dispositions of multi-family properties.

Representation of industrial developer in dispositions, acquisitions and leases.

Representation of national cold storage company under a lease-purchase option of a cold storage facility.

Representation of regional operators/developers in acquisitions and dispositions of office buildings.

Representation of private investor in connection with acquisition, development, redevelopment and disposition of over $20 million in single tenant and multiple bay retail buildings throughout the United States.

Representation of national fast food company in due diligence relating to redevelopment of existing sites throughout the United States.

Representation of seller/co-developer of 90 acre site near Chattanooga in contract and easement negotiations.

Representation of regional private investor in connection with the acquisition and sale of hundreds of vacant developed subdivision lots in Georgia.

Representation of receiver in sales of property from receivership estate.

Representation of private equity fund in purchase of loan and subsequent foreclosure of loan to 441-unit multi-family cooperative.

Representation of lender in $10 million loan to national petroleum retailer secured by three sites in Georgia.

Represented group of investment entities on the tax-deferred sale of large tracts of real estate valued at more than $500 million.

  • The University of Georgia School of Law, JD, 1994
  • Agnes Scott College, BA, with Honors, 1992

Member, East Lake Neighbors Community Association

  • Georgia
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