Arlington, VA and New York, NY (November 1, 2017) — Capital Impact Partners and Annaly Capital Management, Inc. (NYSE: NLY) (“Annaly”) today jointly announced the launch of a new $25 million joint venture dedicated to supporting community development in underserved cities across the country. An innovative structure in the mortgage REIT sector, the collaboration provides direct financing for socially responsible projects in low-income communities while simultaneously enabling Capital Impact’s ability to further expand its work nationally.
- 1 Capital Impact Partners and Annaly Capital Management, Inc. Launch Social Impact Investing Joint Venture
- 2 Capital Impact Partners and JPMorgan Chase Launch New Program to Increase the Number of Minority Developers in Detroit
- 3 Capital Impact Partners Launches ‘AA’* Rated Investment Opportunity To Support Underserved U.S. Communities
- 4 Capital Impact Partners Debuts New Guide for Building and Expanding Charter School Facilities
- 5 Capital Impact Partners Marks Largest Quarter Ever In Financing Community Development Projects
Capital Impact Partners and Annaly Capital Management, Inc. Launch Social Impact Investing Joint Venture
Capital Impact Partners and JPMorgan Chase Launch New Program to Increase the Number of Minority Developers in Detroit
Innovative, Two-Year Pilot Program Provides Critical Capital and Training for Next Generation of Developers
October 19, 2017 (Detroit) – Today, Capital Impact Partners—with support from JPMorgan Chase & Co.—announced a new $5 million program committed to help more minority real estate developers participate in Detroit’s continued economic recovery by providing them with critical training opportunities and access to capital. The program will help 15-20 new minority developers help their businesses grow.
Capital Impact Partners Launches ‘AA’* Rated Investment Opportunity To Support Underserved U.S. Communities
Investors can earn a financial, as well as a social, return on their investments
Arlington, VA (October 11, 2017) — Capital Impact Partners, a non-profit corporation, certified by the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), today announced the launch of an offering of up to $100 million of ‘AA’* rated fixed-income Capital Impact Investment Notes (Notes) that allows retail and institutional investors the opportunity to invest in the mission-driven organization’s nationwide efforts to create social impact for underserved communities. Available for as low as $1,000, individual and institutional investors can purchase the Notes through their brokerage accounts and earn a financial, as well as a social, return on their investments.Read More
“How-to” Tool Aims to Help Charter School Operators Navigate the Facility Development Process from Concept to Financing
Arlington, VA (October 11, 2017) — The process for building or expanding a charter school can be complicated and daunting. Enter The Answer Key by Capital Impact Partners, a simple how-to guide with practical tools designed to help school operators successfully navigate the construction process.
Covering each phase of the facility development process – including concept, predevelopment, design and pre-construction, construction, and financing – the step-by-step publication is based on Capital Impact’s 20 years of supporting and financing successful charter schools across the country. A number of education practitioners with real-world construction experience also lent their expertise to the guide.Read More
Arlington, VA (September 18, 2017)—Capital Impact Partners announced today that it provided $75 million in project financing during the second quarter of 2017. This represents the largest quarterly loan volume in the company’s history as it worked to support increased access to health care, education, affordable housing, and healthy food around the United States.
“In the first half of 2017 alone, our loan volume has nearly surpassed our totals from across all of last year,” said Ellis Carr, president and CEO of Capital Impact Partners. “That is a testament to our hard working team’s efforts to do everything we can to ensure that good projects that help create equity and opportunity get the financing they need. Moving into new markets like Kansas further demonstrated our resolve and creativity to reach new communities.”Read More