Infill development, workforce housing and solar energy production
Infill development, workforce housing, and solar energy production
We invest in projects and provide data tools to create a platform for long-term regional economic development
We invest in projects and companies that are meaningfully aligned with local economic growth goals.
Urban centers are the present and future of economic growth in the US. As demographics change and industries come and go, the housing needs of a city change. We like to invest in projects in redevelopment-friendly cities open to increasing downtown density and enabling adaptive reuse.
While trends point to a rise in long-term renter status among Millennials, we believe that there remains a strong bias towards single family home ownership. We invest in both single and multifamily housing in markets that have high growth or blue chip local industries.
Climate change is challenging local governments to build adaptive capabilities into city infrastructure to maintain high levels of service for citizens. We invest in the production and distribution of solar energy – as failover micro grids as well as primary power supply – as a key platform for supporting post-Covid urban revitalization.
Proposed 20MW PV solar farm, serving the northern area of greater Harare, Zimbabwe
Total investment: $7M | Target IRR: 10-12% | Cash Yield: 5%
Offers accepted starting August 1, 2021
The project has secured 100 hectares 3km south of the Glendale suburb of Harare as site for the proposed development. Due to growing foreign investment interest, the greater Harare region is experiencing sustained rise in electricity demand that public utilities are unable to fulfill. As the government has turned to the private market to help meet the gap, there exists great long term opportunity for scaled solar energy production.
Offers accepted starting July 1, 2021
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