Clicking the images opens up Facts Sheets on each of our Spokane Zones
The City of Spokane does not certify funds or projects and its recommend that funds and projects conduct research on each other. The City offers to post basic info with links to both funds and projects investing in our distressed zones here on our Opportunity Zone page. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a fund or project in one Spokane’s Zones to list.
Papillon Opportunity Zone Fund, a single-property fund centered on the Papillon Towers Development. The Papillon Towers Development is developing on Spokane's North Bank. The infill development focuses on reuse of an existing building, an adjacent mid-rise new tower to the east, and a high-rise tower with parking directly across the street to the north. The Papillon OZ Fund is offering an opportunity to other zone investors. Papillon Opportunity Zone Fund
6th Avenue Partners LLC has purchased the 55,000sf QualMed Building at 508 W 6th Avenue utilizing a Qualified Opportunity Zone Fund. 6th Avenue is planning to completely modernize and redevelop the property into a mixed-use development including retail, office, medical office, and apartments. The project is being handled by local developer and construction manager Brumback Real Estate & Construction. The 508 West project is currently underway and final completion is expected by 2021.
EIG Opportunity Zones Activity Map
The Economic Innovation Group (EIG) launched the Opportunity Zones Activity Map, an online portal highlighting some of the most innovative and impactful publicly-announced developments catalyzed in the early stages of this new policy. Our new interactive tool will help raise awareness among policymakers, investors, and the public of the impact Opportunity Zones is having in communities across the country.
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