Sustainable.

The guiding principles and mission of MultiGreen Properties is to be a Top 25 Owner of multifamily units by 2030, and to be recognized as a global leader in sustainable entry-level housing by the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals initiative and World Economic Forum. MultiGreen will satisfy 13 of the 17 sustainable development goals, which may include: 

Goal 1 – No Poverty; Goal 3 – Good Health and Well-Being; Goal 6 – Clean Water and Sanitation; Goal 7 – Affordable and Clean Energy; Goal 8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth; Goal 9 – Industry Innovation and Infrastructure; Goal 10 – Reduced Inequalities; Goal 11 – Sustainable Cities and Communities; Goal 12 – Responsible Consumption and Production; Goal 13 – Climate Action; Goal 14 – Life Below Water; Goal 15 – Use of Land; and Goal 17 – Partnerships for the Goals.

Impactful.

The name MultiGreen implies a multi-dwelling and multi-family unit focus, uniquely mandating various levels of green sustainability and impact, creating new supply on an MSA-by-MSA needs analysis basis. The MultiGreen Properties thesis is not new. Supply of entry-level housing is both diminishing, while new supply is unmeaningful: new supply simply requires new construction. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

How we spend our money is an expression of our values.” -Trevor Neilson, Co-founder & CEO, i(x)Investments

Technology-Enabled.

The technology selected will positively impact each stakeholder: the tenant, the municipality, and the owner. From pre-construction to facility management, activities and processes will be automated to enable a smart home living experience.Energy modeling and other ESG metrics will be followed according to industry standards already provided to the real estate industry. The current real estate ESG benchmark is provided by three bodies: The U.S. Green Building Council, Green Globes, and GRESB. While LEED rating is one methodology, and GRESB measures ESG impact of real estate, there are several organizations influencing asset managers, depending on the life cycle phase of the asset (e.g., pre-construction, construction, or facility management). All bodies agree: buildings have a substantial impact on the health and well-being of people and the planet. Buildings use resources, generate waste, and are costly to maintain and operate. Green building is the practice of designing, constructing and operating buildings to maximize occupant health and productivity, use fewer resources, reduce waste and negative environmental impacts, and decrease life cycle costs. Energy savings through technology such as appliance programming, and in some instances, renewables or cogeneration energy modeling, water conservancy, reusable or environmentally friendly material, and other best practices, will be implemented according to from U.S. Green Building Council, Green Globes, and the Well Institute. The environment will provide a healthier individual, and minimally impact the carbon footprint of the global environment.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

How we spend our money is an expression of our values.” -Trevor Neilson, Co-founder & CEO, i(x)Investments

Technology-Enabled.

The technology selected will positively impact each stakeholder: the tenant, the municipality, and the owner. From pre-construction to facility management, activities and processes will be automated to enable a smart home living experience.Energy modeling and other ESG metrics will be followed according to industry standards already provided to the real estate industry. The current real estate ESG benchmark is provided by three bodies: The U.S. Green Building Council, Green Globes, and GRESB. While LEED rating is one methodology, and GRESB measures ESG impact of real estate, there are several organizations influencing asset managers, depending on the life cycle phase of the asset (e.g., pre-construction, construction, or facility management). All bodies agree: buildings have a substantial impact on the health and well-being of people and the planet. Buildings use resources, generate waste, and are costly to maintain and operate. Green building is the practice of designing, constructing and operating buildings to maximize occupant health and productivity, use fewer resources, reduce waste and negative environmental impacts, and decrease life cycle costs. Energy savings through technology such as appliance programming, and in some instances, renewables or cogeneration energy modeling, water conservancy, reusable or environmentally friendly material, and other best practices, will be implemented according to from U.S. Green Building Council, Green Globes, and the Well Institute. The environment will provide a healthier individual, and minimally impact the carbon footprint of the global environment.

 

How we spend our money is an expression of our values.

-Trevor Neilson, Co-founder & CEO, i(x)Investments

#ThinkMultiGreen.

MultiGreen Properties is a real estate operating company dedicated to the construction of sustainable and technology-enabled multifamily properties through tax-advantaged structures. MultiGreen Properties was funded in 2019 by Green Mesa Capital, a single family office, and i(x)Investments, a permanently capitalized company, providing a historic opportunity to create economic growth and catalytic social impact in supply-restrained markets. Our vision is to simply do good, better, and invite like-minded families to join us. Align with MultiGreen and leverage our global reach with local expertise.