At its core, impact investing is simple enough: invest in efforts that not only provide a financial return on investment, but also benefit specific social needs. Community Capital Management (CCM) is a financial company that offers its clients fixed-income bonds that help meet the pressing needs for better neighbourhoods, more job opportunities, improved public services and safer streets.
The Newberry Hall property in Detroit, MI, is the focal point to help viewers understand the impact of place-based investing.
The story: Back in the 1910s, Detroit was the Palo Alto of America, but due to a confluence of events, the city experienced a massive depopulation. The result: many buildings like Newberry Hall were left abandoned and up for demolition. Zachary & Associates stepped in to redevelop the building into a viable rental property, but in order to do so, needed a variety of financial partners to step forward and help bring the project to fruition. Community Capital Management joined their team and this film tells that story.
Jamie @ CCM said…
Working with Dan was a pleasure. He had great ideas and put together an amazing video for our firm. We are so pleased with his work and would highly recommend him to others. He is creative, trustworthy and reliable working with clients every step of the way, from concept to final output.