Natalie Voland

Natalie Voland has been working outside of the traditional real estate box for the last 20 years. With her social work background, she has created a unique vision to leverage real estate projects as a tool of economic development and rebuilding of surrounding communities. Valuing history, she builds with the future in mind, constantly adapting to the market fluctuations, her clients needs, and the pursuit of sustainable growth encompassing environmental, social and economic needs of city building.

As a Quebec leader in social innovation through “Benefit Corporation Certification”, Natalie works collaboratively with strategic partners to redevelop areas of Montreal, notably the South West, and Griffintown. She holds a portfolio of approx. 1.5 million square feet with over 500 small and medium businesses. Value added services for entrepreneurs are developed in her asset class including event spaces, art galleries, fitness centres, restaurants, daycare services and incubators to support her global vision of creating a harmonious eco-system for the entrepreneur class to continue educative initiatives and organically grow her future clients.

Natalie sits on several boards and advisory committees including the Quartier de l'innovation initiative, led by McGill University and ÉTS, to promote "learning through action" through her real estate offerings and is an active judge and speaker on sustainability and entrepreneurial initiatives.