Nathan Smith

Executive Vice President, Managing Director, Capital Markets Group
400-55 Metcalfe Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 6L5

T: 613-780-1577
F: 613-236-5958

Nathan P. Smith, Executive Vice President and Managing Director has been actively engaged with Cushman & Wakefield Ottawa (formerly Royal LePage Commercial Inc.) in Ottawa for the past twenty-nine years. Over this period of time Nathan has transacted commercial real estate valued in excess of $2.2 Billion dollars. Nathan’s concentration has been exclusively focused on high-end commercial investment product, be it office, retail plazas, development land, apartment or industrial buildings located within the National Capital Region. Having successfully completed five segments of the intensive Commercial/Investment Real Estate Program (CCIM), Nathan has proven ability in all aspects of commercial/investment real estate from site selection to advanced taxation and financial analysis.

Nathan is the company’s youngest recipient of Cushman & Wakefield LePage’s prestigious Award of Excellence for consistent high sales performance. Nathan ranked 4th (1998), 11th (2000), 6th (2001), 6th (2003), 8th (2005), 4th (2006) and 1st nationally in 2007, marking his fifteenth time in the national top fifteen. Nathan has been a member of the President’s Round Table (top production award) since 1984. Most recently, Nathan was awarded the first Service Excellence award for Capital Markets in the Americas. In 2004, Nathan was inducted into the Cushman & Wakefield Hall of Fame, in the sales producer category. Nathan is only the fifth member of the sales team; companywide, ever to be inducted.

Nathan’s community work includes his current position on the board of The Bruèyre Foundation (including being chair of the nominating committee). He has also done work for United Way, Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation and numerous fundraising efforts for local Jewish & Non Jewish charities. Nathan is the chair of the Cushman & Wakefield Charity Classic which he has raised over $800,000.00 for the Bruyère Foundation and the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation.