Tyrone McCarthy practises in property and banking and finance law, with a strong emphasis on property acquisition, financing and development. He has acted for major corporations, private client groups and entrepreneurs in a broad range of property development and finance matters.
“Excellent communicator, problem solver and articulator”.
Tyrone has been ranked in successive editions of Doyle’s Guide in the category of ‘Leading Property & Real Estate Lawyers – Victoria’ from 2015 to 2017.
Tyrone joined Arnold Bloch Leibler as an articled clerk in 2004 and was admitted to practice in 2005. In 2008, he moved to Dubai as a member of the projects group at Allen & Overy before returning to Arnold Bloch Leibler as a senior associate at the end of 2012. Tyrone was appointed as a partner in July 2014.
Tyrone’s practice focuses on the following areas:
- large scale development and construction projects;
- sales and acquisitions, including commercial, retail, industrial and mixed-use properties;
- commercial and industrial leasing transactions;
- banking and finance transactions, including property finance and project finance; and
- property investment and joint ventures.
Tyrone has acted for major corporations, private client groups and entrepreneurs on a broad range of matters, including:
- Charter Hall Group: in relation to the acquisition, development and leasing of industrial properties in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia and Tasmania by the Core Logistics Partnership Trust;
- Premier Investments: in relation to the acquisition and development of its national distribution centre in Victoria;
- Australand Property Group: in relation to the acquisition, development, leasing and sale of industrial properties at Melbourne Airport and other locations in Melbourne;
- Becton Property Group: in relation to its participation in the Bonnyrigg Partnerships consortium;
- BOS International (Australia) Limited: in relation to various property-backed structured financing arrangements;
- OSB Investments: in relation to the acquisition and financing of the Old Swan Brewery;
- a consortium comprising National Chevron Phillips Chemicals and SIIG: in relation to the financing and development of the USD3.6 billion NCP Project in Saudi Arabia;
- Enshaa Property Group: in relation to the acquisition, financing and development of the Palazzo Versace Dubai development and the Dubai D1 Tower development; and
- Al Futtaim Group: in relation to the financing and development of Dubai Festival City.