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.
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
Monllor Capital Partners’ PROZ Fund will invest in a diversified portfolio of renewable energy development, infrastructure, and real estate throughout Puerto Rico. Nearly all of the census tracts on the island are designated opportunity zones.
The Amina Fund seeks to invest in real estate in opportunity zones across the United States. The fund seeks to leverage a science-based investment strategy to develop wealth- and health-building assets while creating significant financial and social returns. The fund will invest in workforce and student housing, office buildings, light industrial and commercial, hotels, retail, … Read more
HeroHomes.com facilitates co-ownership of multi-family or mixed-use income producing properties for veterans with access to VA loans.
The Fortuitous Partners Opportunity Fund invests in professional sports-anchored multi-asset developments in opportunity zones throughout the United States. Fortuitous Partners’ principal Brett Johnson serves as co-chairman of Phoenix Rising, a minor league soccer team in consideration for a Major League Soccer franchise. If promoted to the MLS, Phoenix Rising would likely locate a new stadium … Read more
RevOZ Capital is a partnership between RAJ Capital (the founders of which co-own the NBA’s Sacramento Kings) and Cress Capital. The RevOZ Fund facilitates the revitalization of Opportunity Zone communities by providing co-investment capital to qualified developers of institutional quality projects.
The King Tide Capital Opportunity Zone Fund invests in a hospitality developer The Mighty Union, with hotel and restaurant locations in Hawaii, Oregon, Texas, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Their properties include the Ace Portland in Portland, Oregon; the Veramendi House, Potchernicks, and 120 Soledad in San Antonio, Texas; the Wofat Hotel in Hawaii; and … Read more
Quyp Hospitality, a division of Virtua Partners, develops projects with Marriott International and Hilton Worldwide.
As of the launch of their opportunity zone fund in January 2019, Starwood Capital Group has a portfolio of 58 properties in opportunity zones throughout the country. The focus of their OZ fund will be to develop where they already have a strong presence, including the West Coast, Southeast, New York City, and Washington DC.