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USG Launches Construction in Milwaukee Opportunity Zone 

USG Realty Capital, a leading investment sponsor specializing in Opportunity Zones, has launched construction on its newest ground-up Opportunity Zone project for Investors Choice OZ Fund, Elevation 1659, in Milwaukee. The 76-unit multifamily community is being developed by Ogden & Company, Inc. Elevation 1659 is scheduled for completion in September of 2023. 

“Elevation 1659 is located in one of the top Opportunity Zones in the country with one of the strongest social impact studies directly related to this project,” said Greg Genovese, CEO and founder of USG Realty Capital. “It’s always a big day when we break ground on a new project, and our developer partner, Ogden & Co., has been wonderful to work with.  

“We look forward to Elevation 1659 becoming a big success for all our investors and a great new addition to this Milwaukee neighborhood, creating an exceptional positive social impact for the community.,” Genovese continued. 


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