Nathan’s practice covers a broad range of commercial real estate matters, including the acquisition, financing, development, sale and leasing of development and investment properties. He has acted for clients at all stages of the development process – from acquisition to marketing – and he is familiar with the obligations of developers under the Real Estate Development Marketing Act, the Strata Property Act and the Land Title Act. Nathan also has experience structuring ownership vehicles for real estate development projects.
Nathan obtained a BA from Dalhousie University (2014) and a JD from Queen’s University (2017). He is called to the bar in British Columbia and Ontario.
- Acting for purchasers and vendors in the acquisition and disposition of development and investment properties, including acting for developers in various land assemblies throughout the Metro Vancouver Regional District;
- Acting for developers in connection with the development of residential, commercial and mixed-use developments including strata property developments, phased strata property developments, bare land strata developments and developments containing social housing and rental components;
- Negotiating agreements with local governments, public and private utility providers and other various governmental and regulatory authorities relating to the rezoning, airspace subdivision, strata plan subdivision and permitting of development properties;
- Acting for developers in connection with the marketing of residential, commercial and mixed-use developments, including preparing disclosure statements, amendments to disclosure statements, purchase contracts and strata bylaws; and
- Acting for commercial landlords and tenants in the negotiation and preparation of leases, subleases, lease assignments and lease amendments.
- Nathan is a member of the Urban Development Institute, the Canadian Bar Association and the Vancouver Bar Association.
- Nathan co-authored “The Purchase Contract” chapter in the BC Real Estate Practice Manual (2019 Update), Continuing Legal Education Society of BC.