Renderings: First African-American owned crowdfund moves ahead on entrepreneur incubator

Shortly after its launch last June, the Tulsa Real Estate Fund, the first African-American owned crowdfund, embarked on its mission “to be a capital partner and funding source for local Atlanta area investors, developers, and deal sponsors,” as founder Jay Morrison told Curbed in December.

As its first project, the fund purchased a 30,000-square-foot building in East Point previously owned by Atlanta-based management company CarterBrothers.

After a planned transformation, Morrison said, the property would become the fund’s Legacy Center.

While Morrison continues to keep details to a minimum, the building remains slated for use as an entrepreneur incubator and production studio.

This week, TREF released detailed renderings by architecture firm Xmetrical that provide a glimpse into…

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