The First Harvest Fund seeks to invest in joint ventures in highly efficient new age hydroponics systems that will leverage proprietary technology that improves upon traditional vertical farming. The fund is planning sites in Central Texas, Kentucky, Upstate New York, Utah, Chicago and Georgia.
Chicago-based real estate developer Jackson Dearborn’s Campustown Opportunity Zone Fund seeks to revitalize the Campustown area of the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana with new construction of student housing and mixed-use developments.
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.
San Diego-based real estate investment firm Helix Homes America provides property management and rental property investment services. Their experience with the federal EB-5 program has them well positioned for their American Residential Opportunity Fund offering.
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
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.