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AllTrades Industrial Parks

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212 Total Funds $47.1 Billion Total Anticipated Investment 62% of Funds Target Investment in Affordable Housing and Community Development

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Fund NameAllTrades Industrial Parks
Fund Manager or Organizer(s)Leslie Wulf
Fund Size$7,180,541
Fund-Related Websitealltradesindustrial.com
Investment Focus
Commercial Real Estate, Small Business Development
Geographic Focus
Texas
Additional Fund Details

AllTrades Industrial Parks develops light industrial condo units for the construction trade and service companies. As AllTrades is developing several locations around the Dallas / Fort Worth area, they have one location that is in an Opportunity Zone. This facility, located on a highly-visible highway with 141,000 traffic count daily, will have 60 light industrial condo units that will be leased upon completion.

Organization Details

Opportunity Zone Project Equity Investment - $7,180,541

Fund Contact....
NameLeslie Wulf
Job TitlePartner
Phone(214) 679-5263
EmailEmail hidden; Javascript is required.
Additional Comments

Construction and related services in the real estate industry, (commercial, residential, remodeling and maintenance), accounts for 15%-18% of U.S. GDP. In addition, from 2016 to 2017 the total value of construction spending ($1.22 trillion) was 1.6 times greater than the year’s annual GDP growth in dollar value, underscoring that growth in the construction sector outpaces growth in the overall economy(1). Also, It is much more recession-proof than most other industries  as new construction slows, remodeling increases. Consequently, Alltrades target market is attractive in size, stability and growth


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