Compass Living’s Encore is a luxury, health, and wellness-focused community created for active adults in the MidCity mixed-use development in Huntsville, Alabama. Encore creates an intergenerational community in a vibrant, underserved market. Compass Living offers qualified investors the opportunity to participate in the development and ownership of Encore through a single-asset Qualified Opportunity Zone Fund. … Read more
The Preeminence fund has developed and plans on bringing innovative community, housing, and infrastructure solutions to strengthen and revitalize urban and rural communities. They have an experienced team of Real Estate Developers, Builders, Attorneys, and Accountants to provide confidence and assurance for their investors.
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.
Renaissance Equity Partners is a DC-based economic development advisory and fund management firm that provides technical assistance and financing to historically black colleges and universities to improve their campus conditions and revitalize blighted campus-adjacent neighborhoods. The HBCU Opportunity Fund is offered in partnership with the nonprofit HBCU Community Development Coalition.
The 1787 Capital Opportunity Zone Fund partners with public agencies on redevelopment projects, including commercial, hotel, infrastructure, mixed-use, multi-family housing, and workforce housing.
Maxus is a real estate investment and property management company that is in the business of acquiring, investing, developing and redeveloping multifamily and commercial properties, primarily in the southeast United States. Maxus affiliated entities control 56 multifamily apartment units consisting of approximately 12,100 apartment units and approximately 500,000 square feet of commercial space located in … Read more
The Community Outcome Fund will focus on location based Workforce & Economic Empowerment Areas (WEEA) located in 20 regions across the U.S. Projects will utilize a mix of strategic Public/Private funding instruments.