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Alliant Strategic Opportunity Zone Fund I, LLC

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Directory Stats as of April 12, 2021:

230 Total Funds $47.1 Billion Total Anticipated Investment 60% of Funds Target Investment in Affordable Housing and Community Development

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Fund NameAlliant Strategic Opportunity Zone Fund I, LLC
Fund Size$125,000,000
Investment Focus
Affordable Housing, Commercial Real Estate, Mixed-use Development, Multifamily Residential, Workforce Housing
Geographic Focus
Additional Fund Details

The Company will primarily invest in the creation of new multi-family rental housing located in qualified Opportunity Zones. These investments may target workforce housing for those who typically earn 80% to 120% of Area Median Income (“AMI”).

Fundamentally, the Company believes that there is a critical shortage of rental housing for renters earning 120% of AMI or less, and that the demand for safe, well-built and appropriately maintained housing is both out-sized and growing. The Company utilizes a statistics-heavy approach drawing from over 20 years of experience in these zones to identify investments that are likely to yield the greatest social impact and growth potential for investors.

Organization Details

Our Management Team has many years of dedicated experience sourcing apartment communities that we believe have unrealized value. Since 1997, our Management Team has acquired/rehabbed/developed/invested in a combined ~$18 billion in apartment communities using over $9 billion in LIHTC and common equity, amounting to more than 1,200 communities with more than 100,000 apartment units. Nearly a third of these properties have been located in what are now Opportunity Zones.

The Company’s leadership team also has long-standing relationships with over 300 developers (including direct, joint-venture multi-family developers co-owned by related entities) providing a large pipeline of development opportunities targeted towards middle-income residents.

Fund Contact....
Phone(818) 668-6800
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