Urban Catalyst Investors & Our Fund I Success

by Erik Hayden, on Jan 25, 2021 9:46:01 AM

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Our fundraising for Urban Catalyst Fund I was a success for more reasons than one. 

Thanks to our 356 new and returning investors, we were able to raise $131 million that will finance our ground-up real estate development projects in downtown San Jose. 

As we reflect on our outstanding year of fundraising, here are some highlights: 

  • Nearly 75% of our investors invested capital gains from the sale of stock and worked at companies such as Facebook, Apple, Amazon, ServiceNow, Google, Tesla, Nvidia and more.

  • The balance of our investors either sold property or sold a business. 

  • Real estate is a local business. Our investor make-up reflects that notion as a majority of our investors live in California, and many reside locally here in Silicon Valley.

  • We averaged raising just over $65 million a year in Fund I. 

The commitments from our diversified investor base will go a long way in making the community’s vision of revitalizing downtown San Jose become a reality. 

Ready to invest in Silicon Valley real estate? Contact us to learn more. 

 

 

 

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