Lawyer, Partner

Nicolas Beaulieu focuses his practice on business law, particularly acquisitions, partnerships, financing, real estate and multi-jurisdictional transactions.

He underwent intensive training at Loyola University in Chicago, and was awarded the title of Certified Merger and Acquisition Advisor (CMAA).

He is also a guest lecturer, sharing his knowledge and experience with others, particularly on the subject of joint ventures, limited partnerships and other forms of partnership.

Given his extensive experience in acquisitions, partnerships and financing, Nicolas regularly acts as a strategic advisor to his clients, where he participates in the development of strategies and decisions, and where his keen business sense, search for creative solutions and negotiating skills are particularly sought-after and put to good use.

Due to their scale, the projects in which it is involved frequently involve complex partnerships and investment funds, occasionally including foreign investors and asset managers. In this context, he plays a role in advising them on project structure and appropriate legal entities, as well as participating in the acquisition, financing, development and asset management process.

Nicolas is also well known in financing circles and represents numerous financial institutions, banking syndicates, institutional lenders and private lenders in setting up commercial and real estate financing. He regularly lectures to financial institutions on various aspects of financing.

He also advise on company organization, shareholder agreements and dispute resolution. He is co-author of an article on directors’ fiduciary duties, published in the Revue d’Études Juridiques.

Representative mandates

Major partnership and real estate development project in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.

New BMO financing with Mondev.

Construction financing for phase 2 of the Récréathèque project.

New project by the Quenneville Menard Consortium.

Harden adds another major asset to its real estate portfolio.

Riocan entrusts its Quebec shopping centers to Harden.

Three more major residential projects in downtown Laval.

Financing acquisition of a portfolio of properties in Trois-Rivières.

Townhouse project in Vaudreuil-Dorion.

Major partnership for a multi-residential project in Laval.

Investments for a student housing project in downtown Montreal.

Harden becomes co-owner of a commercial building in downtown Montreal.

Harden and RioCan join forces in two major transactions/.

Solstice Montréal: partnership for the construction of a real estate project in downtown Montreal.

Sale of the Mansfield Athletic Club building.

Admission to the Quebec Bar



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