BAI Capital 2020 Featured Equity Investment | Archer Place, Florida
Located minutes from University of Florida and Santa Fe College – part of the first round of capital raising and get the best returns!
The Archer Place project is the result of careful market analysis with growth potential in the real estate category aimed at the student segment of the University of Florida in the city of Gainesville. This promises to be a great investment option due its location, concept and design.
Gainesville is a city located in Alachua County in the state of Florida with a population of 132,249 inhabitants, of which 70,000 are university students according to the last census in 2017. Located just 1.5 hours from Orlando, 100 minutes from Tampa and 80 minutes from Jacksonville, Archer Place becomes an attractive investment destination within the real estate market thanks to the great influence of the University of Florida and Santa Fe College, a city that lives for students, while also generating important residential and commercial real estate developments in recent years.
Construction of condominiums with 195 apartments to be rented to university students in the Florida University Campus. The construction is scheduled for 1QT 2022 with completion for summer 2023. Total of 688 rentable spaces in a spread of 195 departments over 26,000 m2 of rentable area with exceptional location and various amenities. For a limited time, pre-qualified investors are offered and can invest as a shareholder of common or preferred shares directly in the development company.
Be part of the first round of capital raising for a total of USD 8 million and get the best value.
There will be a total of 3 equity rounds, each of USD 8 million for a percentage of the equity property of USD 24 MM. The first round will be commonshare of the development company.
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Contact BAI Capital to learn how to invest in this promising project located in the heart of Florida.