Lou Aliberti concentrates his practice in the representation of buyers, sellers, private and institutional lenders in all phases of real property acquisition, commercial loan financing, business asset based financing and real estate development. Lou also has extensive knowledge and experience working with 1031 tax deferred exchanges and negotiating commercial lease agreements.

Lou joined Pierce Atwood LLP in 2010 as Counsel in the Boston Real Estate Group. Before joining Pierce Atwood, Lou practiced law in the areas of commercial lending and real estate conveyancing for nine years with the law firm of Aloisi & Aloisi in Boston, Massachusetts.

Prior to joining Aloisi & Aloisi, Lou was an associate with Feldman & Gamerman, P.C., where he concentrated his practice in the areas of condominium and subdivision development, including the creation of several large phased and mixed use condominiums, residential subdivisions and commercial developments. Prior to that time, Lou practiced in the areas of commercial litigation, creditors' rights and landlord/tenant practice, including extensive appearances in the Massachusetts Superior and District Courts as well as the U.S. Bankruptcy Court.

Professional Activities

Member, Massachusetts Bar Association, 1993-present

Member, Real Estate Bar Association, 2006-present

Authorized Title Agent for First American Title, 2001-present

Civic Activities

Assistant Den Leader, Massachusetts Minuteman Council, Boy Scouts Troop Pack 421, (2005-2010)

Practice Areas

Representative Experience

  • $7,750,000.00 loan financing for rehabilitation and re-development of once abandoned factory and bulk container ship terminal into commercial office space and proposed 164 residential condominium units
  • Coordination of parties in relation to financing involving two simultaneous construction loans in participation with the City of Boston with regard to acquisition of two derelict foreclosed multi-family buildings to be renovated and utilized as half way homes by local non profit organization which also required the incorporation of affordable housing restrictions and approval of change of use by City of Boston Inspectional Services Division
  • Representation of clients in dispute with abutter over provisions contained in party wall agreement and deed covenant restrictions imposed by City of Boston Zoning Board of Appeals and representation before City of Boston Inspectional Services Division with regard to proposed construction and defective subdivision of land which occurred in 1991
  • Negotiation and documentation of a $10,625,000 aggregate loan financing for refinance of multiple commercial office buildings, involving multiple entities and various guarantees, which financing was subsequently affected by various amendments and modification agreements
  • Representation of a client in connection with preparation of financing for the purpose of acquisition of secured commercial paper, which required the preparation of various security instruments and assignments of promissory notes, mortgages and security agreements