Chicago firm seeks investors in Detroit housing

Pinho, Kirk
June 2015
Crain's Detroit Business;6/1/2015, Vol. 31 Issue 22, pM013
The article focuses on Chicago, Illinois-based real estate investment management company Capri Investment Group LLC which seeks for investors that will invest in multifamily real estate Detroit Urban Investment Fund LLC. Topics discussed include increase in the investments in downtown Detroit, Michigan, unmet demand for high-quality housing in the urban core of Detroit, and statement from Dennis Bernard, founder of Bernard Financial Group Inc., regarding occupancy rates.


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