Nathan Bryant

Commercial Director

Office 815-315-1111


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Showcasing 25 years’ experience working in commercial and development, Nathan Bryant closed many deals around real estate and business.  Throughout his career, Nathan has successfully crafted over $100M of public/private partnerships in over 50 different communities involving complicated financial structures with critical deadlines.  A licensed Professional Engineer/Real Estate Broker, Nathan brings unique approaches to every aspect of business focusing on data-driven decisions.  During his tenure, Nathan has developed real estate for many of the top Fortune 50 companies. Wal-Mart, CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens, Target, Home Depot, and Lowes among many others.  As the President of Development for Spring Creek Development Group, Nathan was responsible for deal procurement, financial modeling, property leasing, unit sales, marketing, acquisitions, municipal agreements, and overall management assistance.    

Before joining KW Commercial, Nathan Bryant was most recently the President & CEO of the Rockford Area Economic Development Council (RAEDC) in which he was responsible for leading regional marketing to cultivate opportunities for primary job growth.  During his tenure with RAEDC, Nathan lead the region’s 5-year strategy facilitating $1.3B of capital investment, the creation & retention of over 7,500 primary jobs, and 5.4M SF of new or renovated space.  As a strategic business solutions provider, Nathan directly facilitated growth for over 90 companies within the region.


Nathan graduated from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Engineering. After college, he was then licensed as a Professional Engineer in 2001.  Nathan has been licensed as a Real Estate Managing Broker since 2000. He’s a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and credentialed as a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM).  He is a proud father to his 3 daughters Grace, Hazel, and Lydia. They all remind him that life is just too short and to seize the day whenever you can (“carpe diem”).