The Amina Fund
|Fund Name||The Amina Fund|
|Fund Manager or Organizer(s)||Deshanneé Johnice|
Commercial Real Estate, Community Revitalization, Economic Development, Hospitality Development, Mixed-use Development, Multifamily Residential, Student Housing, Workforce Housing
|Additional Fund Details|
The Amina Fund leverages a science-based investment strategy to develop residential and commercial real estate that serves as wealth- and health-building assets for low-income and underserved communities—while creating significant financial and social ROI for investors.
The Amina Fund LLC is a first-of-its-kind, black and woman-owned Qualified Opportunity Zone Fund.
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