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.
Quyp Hospitality, a division of Virtua Partners, develops projects with Marriott International and Hilton Worldwide.
The Trilogy Real Estate Group focuses on developing multi-family and single-family residential real estate, with a portfolio of dozens of properties located in the Midwest, South, and Western regions of the country.
Utah-based PEG Development focuses on urban infill, primarily in the western United States. Projects include hotels, retail, and multifamily housing.
The Fund’s strategy is to assemble a portfolio consisting primarily of ground-up development projects that are able to produce viable returns before factoring in the QOZ tax benefits. The Origin QOZ Fund will focus on 11 major U.S. markets: Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Minneapolis, Nashville, Phoenix, and Raleigh. Each of these target … Read more
Complying with the new “Opportunity Zones” section of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the Fund will invest directly into a diversified portfolio of assets in qualifying zones, allowing investors to take advantage of preferential tax treatment. Caliber co-founder and CEO Chris Loeffler was featured on episode #32 of the Opportunity Zones Podcast … Read more
The Virtua Opportunity Zone Fund I will invest in rental housing (apartments and single family rentals), hospitality, office/industrial, and preferred equity opportunities in the Southeast, Texas, and Southwest regions. Development and heavy re-positioning are the primary strategies of the Fund — the “Substantially Improved” requirement under the Tax Reform Act mandates substantial capital improvements.