specializes in investment, land and redevelopment properties which follows his
unique past experience in architecture, construction, real estate development
and financing. He has been directly involved in institutional, commercial and
residential projects of a total value over half a billion dollars.
first eight years of his career, Daniel owned an architectural firm which gave
him valuable experience for later on getting involved in numerous projects as a
developer and client representative. He was involved in the Concordia
University’s Science Complex valued at 85 million dollars. Moreover, he has
represented major institutions and corporations for their relocation, expansion
and built-to-suit requirements. These transactions include the NRC’s Biotechnology
Research institute extension under an 18-year lease and Quartier International
de Montréal’s 28 million dollars underground parking redevelopment under a 60
year underground right agreement.