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The Opportunity Zone Fund Directory is a compilation of publicly-announced funds formed to attract investment in Opportunity Zones (OZs). NCSHA is tracking only multi-project OZ funds. To learn more about a fund included in this directory, click on the name.

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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 NameStakeHolder Opportunity Fund
Fund Manager or Organizer(s)Chris Byrnes
Fund Size$10,000,000
Fund-Related Websitestakeholder.exchange
Investment Focus
Community Revitalization, Economic Development, Infrastructure Investment, Mixed-use Development, Small Business Development
Geographic Focus
Nationwide
Additional Fund Details

Stakeholder Opportunity Fund Business Plan:

Invest in Economic Development and Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) within designated Opportunity Zones in partnership with local ABCD organizations:
1. High-Return Business Equity
2. Entrepreneur / Job Creation
3. Valued Infrastructure Assets

Each stakeholder-funded Opportunity Zone will receive the following programming, partnerships, and direct investment:
• 1–2 FinTech / digital start-ups launched to integrate stakeholder and ABCD tools and methods
• Funded partnerships with local ABCD organizations in community and economic development
• Stakeholder and ABCD training for local organizations, residents, and community leaders
• Incentive funding to invest into neighborhood job creation and entrepreneurship
• Incentive funding to invest into valued community infrastructure and real estate

Organization Details

Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD) organizations are recognized and trusted catalysts for citizen engagement and asset-based investment in community transformation through:
• Place-Based Engagement
• Community Capacity Building
• Community Asset Mapping
• Asset-Based Development
• Participatory Research Approach
• Training and Coaching
• Adaptive Responses
• Community Asset Valuation

Fund Contact....
NameChris Byrnes
Job TitleCEO
Phone(616) 886-1691
EmailEmail hidden; Javascript is required.

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

Ox Fibre Apartments

Parramore Oaks

The Tappan