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The Detroit Free Press

JPMorgan Chase says $34M already committed to Detroit

May 2015

One year after JPMorgan Chase committed $100 million in Detroit – including $30 million to help Capital Impact launch the Detroit Neighborhood Fund – the Detroit News took a look at what has been accomplished. The answer is quite a lot. With deals including Rainer Court, Willys Overland, Granada Apartments, and the Shoppes at Woodward, our innovative partnership is helping to revitalize the city and ensure that its growth is inclusive of people from all income levels.

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The Atlantic

Building Better Nursing Homes

April 2015

When Barry Berman, who had run assisted living and nursing complexes for 23 years, sought to build a better nursing facility for his own mother, he turned to our Green House Project model for inspiration. Green House homes provide dignified elder care in a homelike setting while still remaining accessible to low-income residents. This in-depth piece examines Mr. Berman’s partnership with our Green House team to fulfill his vision and build the Leonard Florence Center for Living in Massachusetts.

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The Hill

Op-Ed: Capital Magnet Fund Creates ‘Bang for the Buck’ in Affordable Housing
Terry Simonette, Nancy O. Andrews, Don Hinkle-Brown, and Joe Neri

January 2015

The Capital Magnet Fund is a valuable program created by the U.S. Treasury that leverages private capital to support affordable housing and job creation in underserved communities. Yet, there is an uphill fight in Congress to keep this effort funded. Capital Impact’s CEO, Terry Simonette, joined with the CEO’s of our partner community development financial institutions in this Op-Ed making the case for why the Capital Magnet Fund deserves support.

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The Detroit News

Op-Ed: Capital Magnet Fund Creates ‘Bang for the Buck’ in Affordable Housing
Terry Simonette, Nancy O. Andrews, Don Hinkle-Brown, and Joe Neri

January 2015

The Capital Magnet Fund is a valuable program created by the U.S. Treasury that leverages private capital to support affordable housing and job creation in underserved communities. Yet, there is an uphill fight in Congress to keep this effort funded. Capital Impact’s CEO, Terry Simonette, joined with the CEO’s of our partner community development financial institutions in this Op-Ed making the case for why the Capital Magnet Fund deserves support.

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Stanford Social Innovation Review

Op-Ed: Capital Magnet Fund Creates ‘Bang for the Buck’ in Affordable Housing
Terry Simonette, Nancy O. Andrews, Don Hinkle-Brown, and Joe Neri

Winter 2015

Ben Hecht, CEO of Living Cities, provides insightful analysis on the critical need for private capital to bolster philanthropic efforts to create true community impact. Capital Impact Partners’ work in Detroit bringing together our Woodward Corridor lending with our partnership building Detroit Corridor Initiative is highlighted as an effective solution.

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