LGS Opportunity Zone Fund

An Opportunity Zone Fund

Fund Size:
Unit Cost:
Preferred Return:
$10,000,000 USD
$50,000 (Minimum investment)
8%
Targeted Return: 19.75% IRR
Management Fees: 1.75% of NAV
Management Performance Fees: 20% Carried Interest after return of investment
No Catch-up
Expected Hold Period: 10 Years, As per Opportunity Zone Rules
Regulatory: Reg D 506(c), 2017 Tax and Jobs Act
Asset Class: Opportunity Zone Fund, Illiquid
Alternative Investment, ESG, Impact
Real Estate, Private Equity
Distributions: Each investment of the Fund will be distributed as follows:

 

  1. 100 percent to the Limited Partners until the Partners receive an 8% percent per annum preferred return
  2. 100 percent to the Limited Partners until the Limited Partners receive their capital contributions;
  3. 80 percent to the Limited Partners, 20 percent to the General Partner
Investor: Verified Accredited
Capital Gains Investment
Investment Strategy: The fund will own Indoor Vertical Farms and Real Estate in Opportunity Zones in the Greater Baltimore area.
The Real Estate will be Qualified Opportunity Zone Property (QOZP).
The Farms will be a Qualified Opportunity Zone Businesses (QOZB).
The Farms will be the main tenant of the Real Estate.
Farms maybe located in QOZP owned by others.
QOZP: 4 Properties have been identified.
Ranging in price from $750,000 to $1,200,000
QOZB Product: Highest quality Ready-To-Ear Salads, herbs, greens, and salad vegetables.
We have over 25 different recipes for our Ready-To-Eat Salads
Over 60 different vegetables are grown.
All Local, Organic, Pesticide free, Herbicide free, and GMO free
Delivered year-round, Farm to Fork within 2 hours,
Grown and packaged with the highest Food Safety Standards.
QOZB Customers: Retailers, Food Service including Hospitals, fine dining, QSR, wholesalers
Customer acquisition has begun.
Execution: Farm is expected to be generating income within 90 days of building acquisition.
Employment: Employs 20-25 people from the local community will be trained to be farm managers, produce harvesters, produce cleaners, produce sorters, and packagers.
An urban neighborhood farm will provide healthy food in priority areas.
ESG Impact: Local Grown Salads will provide healthy and nutritious food
Create local jobs, and use sustainable technology.
Addresses the “Food Desert” problem
Reuse of older non productive warehouse or factories
Reduction in carbon emissions
Contributes to all 17 UN SDGs

Click Here For Registration For The Fund

More Information:

Click Here For A BisNow Article on the LGS Opportunity Zone Fund

A Video Presentation (on LinkedIn) about “The Big Idea” behind the OZF