Mitchell Allison 

Mitchell Allison

Calgary
TD Canada Trust Tower, Suite 1700
421 7th Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2P 4K9

t: 403.531.8743
e: mitchell.allison@mcmillan.ca

overview

Mitchell Allison provides trusted counsel on a wide range of commercial real estate matters. His experience includes mortgage financings, commercial real estate acquisitions and divestitures, development, commercial leases and general commercial law.

Over his career, Mitchell has acted in the acquisition, financing or divestment of well over
$600-million worth of multi-family residential properties across Canada, including large portfolio transactions in excess of $150 million.

Mitchell’s practice focuses heavily on assisting the developers and landlords of multi-family residential properties with complex ownership and legal structures such as co-ownership, joint ventures and long-term land leases.

Another area of particular interest to Mitchell is working with development trusts tasked with the leasing and development of university lands. As counsel, he advises on leasing structures, conveyancing, financing and other real estate development matters.

Mitchell represents a broad range of clients including financial institutions, purchasers, vendors, developers, landlords and tenants of commercial real estate properties in Calgary and central Canada.

Representative Matters

  • Act for a development trust tasked with leasing and developing university lands, including advising on leasing structure, conveyancing, financing and other development related matters.
  • Acted for a developer on the ground lease and development of a mixed use property near the University of Calgary
  • Acted for an institutional client on the acquisition of numerous apartment complexes in Calgary and Edmonton

Publications

COVID-19 and Commercial Tenancies - Alberta's Commercial Tenancies Protection Act
Solar Energy Incentives in Alberta: It's Just the Beginning
Assigning Contracts in Canadian Insolvency Proceedings
Assigning Contracts in Canadian Insolvency Proceedings

News

McMillan LLP Promotions to Equity Partner and Partner

Education

  • University of Alberta, JD - 2013
  • University of British Columbia, BA (Economics & Political Science) - 2010

Year Of Call

  • Called to the Alberta bar - 2014

Practices

commercial real estate
real estate financing
real estate acquisitions and divestitures
leasing

Industries

commercial real estate
renewables
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Mitchell Allison provides trusted counsel on a wide range of commercial real estate matters. His experience includes mortgage financings, commercial real estate acquisitions and divestitures, development, commercial leases and general commercial law.

Over his career, Mitchell has acted in the acquisition, financing or divestment of well over
$600-million worth of multi-family residential properties across Canada, including large portfolio transactions in excess of $150 million.

Mitchell’s practice focuses heavily on assisting the developers and landlords of multi-family residential properties with complex ownership and legal structures such as co-ownership, joint ventures and long-term land leases.

Another area of particular interest to Mitchell is working with development trusts tasked with the leasing and development of university lands. As counsel, he advises on leasing structures, conveyancing, financing and other real estate development matters.

Mitchell represents a broad range of clients including financial institutions, purchasers, vendors, developers, landlords and tenants of commercial real estate properties in Calgary and central Canada.

  • Act for a development trust tasked with leasing and developing university lands, including advising on leasing structure, conveyancing, financing and other development related matters.
  • Acted for a developer on the ground lease and development of a mixed use property near the University of Calgary
  • Acted for an institutional client on the acquisition of numerous apartment complexes in Calgary and Edmonton
August 29, 2014
Assigning Contracts in Canadian Insolvency Proceedings
Commercial Insolvency Reporter
Reproduced with permission of the publisher LexisNexis Canada Inc. from Commercial Insolvency Reporter, Vol. 26, No. 6, August 2014
July 2014
Assigning Contracts in Canadian Insolvency Proceedings
Restructuring and Insolvency Bulletin