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 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.
Allagash Opportunity Zone CRE Fund I seeks to create compelling returns and significant social impact by investing in, renovating and improving, and managing underperforming workforce housing properties in the Mid-Atlantic region. Allagash Opportunity Zone Partners, a Registered Investment Advisor founded by 5 senior commercial real estate and asset management professionals with over 150 years of … Read more
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.
Local Grown Salads farms will provide healthy and nutritious food, create local jobs, and use sustainable technology. The farms are strategically located at the end of the supply chain and close to the consumer; therefore, ready-to-eat salads are delivered locally on the same day they are harvested. Each Local Grown Salads farm will employ 15 … Read more
The Rivermont Enterprise Emergent Communities Fund spurs sustainable, diverse and dynamic economic growth by revitalizing emerging main streets and supporting local entrepreneurs. The Emergent Communities Fund will invest in main streets across small cities and towns in the Southeast with an initial focus on North Carolina and Virginia. Partners on the fund include Rivermont Capital, … 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.