Multifamily Impact Framework™ Adopters

Learn about the organizations that have adopted the Multifamily Impact Framework™.

Multifamily Impact Framework™ Adopters

See Who’s Adopted the Multifamily Impact Framework™

The Multifamily Impact Framework™ is the operating system for U.S. multifamily impact investing. Below are the organizations that have adopted the Framework since its launch in 2023.

Comunidad Partners logo
Comunidad Partners is a real estate investment firm specializing in workforce and affordable housing in culturally diverse communities in the Southwest and Southeast United States. Comunidad focuses on improving a property’s sustainability, building community, and optimizing operational performance.

Beekin logo
Beekin provides an artificial intelligence (AI) real estate analytics platform for rental housing investors and lenders in the United States. The company believes its solution helps lenders and investors responsibly use AI to increase resident retention, maximize asset value, and improve renters’ lives.

Bowmont Partners logo
Bowmont Partners is a multifamily investment management company focusing on community impact and sustainable value for their stakeholders. Bowmont Partners targets emerging markets across the U.S. and deploys a data-driven investment strategy. Since 2010, the company has identified and acquired over 30,000 multifamily units in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K.

The Lemle & Wolff Companies is a real estate firm that partners with developers and non-profit organizations to build and manage affordable housing communities in New York City. The company specializes in revitalizing troubled properties and emphasizes reducing energy and other operating costs in its projects.

MultiGreen Properties logo
MultiGreen Properties builds and operates sustainable, tech-enabled multifamily housing in high-growth and supply-constrained markets across the U.S. The company measures its impact across four categories: financial, social, environmental, and industry. 

Rainbow Housing Assistance Corporation logo
Rainbow Housing Assistance Corporation is a nonprofit organization providing housing programs and resources to rental housing communities throughout the U.S. Rainbow’s mission is to create and preserve quality, affordable housing for families and individuals of diverse ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds while delivering service-enriched social services programs. 

Raymond James Affordable Housing Investments logo
Raymond James Affordable Housing Investments is a leading provider of high-quality, affordable housing developments throughout the U.S. They partner with developers to build affordable housing properties and offer investors affordable housing investment opportunities. Raymond James Affordable Housing Investments provides over 150 fund offerings, including the Community Reinvestment Act and Low-Income Housing Tax Credit investments.

SoLa Impact logo
SoLa Impact Fund is a double-bottom-line real estate investment fund focused on producing market returns for investors while revitalizing historically challenging urban areas in the U.S. Currently, SoLa owns and manages more than 1,500 apartments in the South Los Angeles area. SoLa’s investment strategy is to apply private capital to create high-quality yet affordable urban housing. The company operates on four key pillars: homelessness prevention, economic development/job creation, access to education and opportunity, and community engagement.

Supportive Housing Community Land Alliance logo
Supportive Housing Community Land Alliance (SHCLA) is a nonprofit organization that works with neighborhood stakeholders, development partners, and future residents to create affordable homes for people living with serious mental health challenges in Alameda County, Calif. SHCLA applies a community land trust model through which the organization owns its properties’ land, providing stable housing for residents whose income is 30% of the Alameda County area median income.

Web City Properties logo
Web City Properties is a real estate investment company that buys, sells, and rents properties across Texas. Web City Properties sponsors community programs that reduce poverty, increase economic development, and provide educational resources.