Lights - Camera - Action: Urban Catalyst Fund II Video
by Angela S. Hwang, on Feb 24, 2021 2:13:33 PM
The Urban Catalyst team is thrilled to have hit the ground running with the recent launch of our SECOND Opportunity Zone Fund in downtown San Jose!
In our latest video, our Founder, Erik Hayden, talks about our newest ground-up real estate project: Icon/Echo.
Video highlights include:
- Why this project’s location is so special
- The functionality of the property
- Icon/Echo’s amazing architectural design
From day one, Urban Catalyst has maintained a high level of transparency for our investors so they know what they’re getting into, and what they’ll be getting out of it. We’re happy to share this video as a resource for our current, returning and new investors. Together, we’re revitalizing downtown San Jose into its full potential.
Want to learn how you can invest in Silicon Valley real estate? Let’s talk! Contact us to learn more.
Don’t forget: if you had a capital gains event in 2020 (and on or after October 4, 2019), you STILL HAVE until March 31, 2021 to invest into an Opportunity Zone Fund.
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