Griffin Capital Qualified Opportunity Zone Fund

Griffin Capital has been managing institutional capital for over 20 years. Their alternative investment solutions include real estate investment trusts (REITs), interval funds, and Delaware statutory trusts (DSTs). Griffin has owned, managed, sponsored, or co-sponsored approximately $16.8 billion in assets.

Grubb Qualified Opportunity Fund

The 2019 Grubb Qualified Opportunity Fund seeks a growth strategy, focusing on office and multi-family projects. Four of their last 10 Link Apartments sites are located in what are now qualified opportunity zones.

Detroit Ozone Investment Fund

As real estate investment specialists, the fund managers for the Detroit Ozone Investment Fund (DOIF) have experience in the residential rental and multifamily markets with a proven track record. DOIF seeks to leverage their expertise in identifying properties with their vision of developing projects that are solid investments that add value to our investors, the … Read more

SoLa Impact Opportunity Zone Fund

SoLa Impact, founded with the express strategy to produce market returns for investors while revitalizing historically tough urban areas, has created high-quality yet affordable housing for the past decade in now-designated Opportunity Zones. SoLa Impact Opportunity Zone Fund, an active QOF, continues the company’s business model of multifamily rehab and development — in the process, … Read more

Angeon Opportunity Zone Fund I

The Angeon Opportunity Zone Fund seeks to buy farm land in qualified opportunity zones and grow industrial hemp for CBD seed, oil, fiber, and other hemp uses with existing industrial hemp grower and processor licenses. Their properties will be re-zoned over the life cycle for single-family, multi-family, warehouse, and data centers.

NORF 3 Opportunity Zone Fund

The New Orleans Redevelopment Fund manages the NORF 3 Opportunity Zone Fund. The fund examines communities for their greatest need, and will invest accordingly. This may include investment in multi-family housing and improving access to fresh food markets in some of New Orleans’ most blighted communities.

Avanath

Apartment community management and investment firm Avanath has $1.7 billion in assets under management among 79 properties across 12 states. Their OZ fund will go toward improving three existing Avanath properties in Ontario, CA; Cary, NC; and Orlando, FL; a fourth property in Detroit, MI will be a new development.

Defer Gain Fund I

Defer Gain Fund I focuses on commercial, multi-unit residential, retail, and mixed-use development principally in the downtown Phoenix area and Scottsdale, Arizona. Their projects have been in planning since before the Opportunity Zones tax policy was enacted.

Belpointe Opportunity Zone REIT

The Belpointe REIT is the first opportunity zone REIT available to non-accredited investors. The REIT will seek investment opportunities primarily in multi-family housing, in addition to student housing, senior living, healthcare, industrial, self-storage, hospitality, mixed-use, data centers, and solar. Belpointe expects the cost of investing in their REIT to be significantly lower than a typical … Read more

Neighborly Infrastructure Opportunity Fund

Neighborly’s Infrastructure Opportunity Fund will invest in open access fiber-optic network infrastructure within opportunity zones. Neighborly has a nationwide pipeline of projects, including communities in Cleveland, OH, Santa Rosa, CA, and Jacksonville, FL.