What we do
We are partnering with communities, building wealth, and power through ownership. We are pioneering innovation in the fields of modular cross laminated timber (CLT), cooperative ownership, and community-driven development. We are using bridge financing, patient private capital, and innovations in construction to lower the cost of homeownership. We are developing scalable and replicable models that can be used in historically underserved communities.
Our projects and partnerships are built on a set of shared values and a commitment to the community. Neighborhoods identify critical properties and work with us to acquire, develop, and ultimately own the land on which they stand and the homes in which they live.
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