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OCCI Real Estate Limited Partnership I

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Directory Stats as of July 1, 2020:

215 Total Funds $47.2 Billion Total Anticipated Investment 63% of Funds Target Investment in Affordable Housing and Community Development

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Fund NameOCCI Real Estate Limited Partnership I
Fund Manager or Organizer(s)Oregon Community Capital Inc.
Fund Size$50,000,000
Investment Focus
Affordable Housing, Commercial Real Estate, Community Revitalization, Economic Development, Mixed-use Development, Multifamily Residential, Workforce Housing
Geographic Focus
Additional Fund Details

OCCI Real Estate LP I (“the Fund”) is a Qualified Opportunity Zone Fund that pursues real estate strategies in Oregon that deliver returns for investors while benefitting distressed communities.

Examples include:
• Mixed-use projects that include retail, office, community space, faith community, healthcare, and/or social service agency space at affordable prices;
• Condo, townhouse, duplex, and/or detached homes for families who are ready for starter home ownership;
• Substantial improvements to larger commercial properties;
• Multifamily rental housing that is economical for area families who make less than 80% of the area median income, and around 15% of units for those who make less than 60% of the AMI; and
• Projects that have specific and fundable strategies to help underrepresented populations gain access to affordable business locations or housing.

We provide capital with a goal to having a project “go vertical” within 12 months of agreement to fund. Projects could need to be past (or near the end of) their development stage but not yet in service (typically Certificate of Occupancy). Projects should show an IRR of >10% and deliver substantial community benefit.

Organization Details

Oregon Community Capital Inc. (OCCI) was formed in July 2018 as a new wholly-owned for-profit B-Corp subsidiary of Community Development Corporation of Oregon (CDCO). The CDCO also has an operating unit, the Rockwood CDC (RCDC), that has a six-year record of accomplishment of helping Oregon’s poorest community to become a place where everyone can learn, earn, and belong.

Fund Contact....
NameBrad Ketch
Job TitleCEO
Phone(503) 847-9163
EmailEmail hidden; Javascript is required.

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Case Studies: Opportunity Zone Investment in Affordable Housing and Community Revitalization

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