A member of the family since birth, part of Kaplan Residential since 2011, Nathan holds responsibilities for acquisitions, site sourcing, development coordination and asset management.
He learned the basics of these functions at Indiana University’s Kelly School of Business, where he received his finance and real estate degree. However, he learned his way around development – and gained his passion for the family business as a child – playing with his cousins in empty homes and becoming an avid explorer of construction sites.
It was only natural for Nathan to work with his father after college. Together they transformed Morris J. Kaplan Communities into Kaplan Residential. For Nathan, it was a special opportunity to develop a closer relationship with his father and grow in an industry that his family has tremendous experience in.
When not in the field spearheading projects like Generation Atlanta, Nathan can be found in the office. You can’t miss him. He’s the one decked out in all that Ravens swag.
Don’t get us wrong. Nathan also has a serious side, complemented with a sincere dedication to the community. Since first moving to Atlanta, he’s been actively volunteering with the Friendship Circle, an organization supporting people with special needs, where he helps with building awareness and fundraising. Most importantly, Nathan enjoys joining in the bi-weekly meetings the organization holds for its participants. He’s also involved with Atlanta’s Chabad Intown. Nathan and Rabbi Schusterman, are building the new Chabad building that will front the Beltline just south of Ponce City Market.