SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Real estate investment and development firm Caliber was included in the new Housing and Urban Development Opportunity Zone website, OpportunityZones.HUD.gov, which launched last month.
The boutique alternative investment company made the cut after a tour this summer led by Caliber co-founder Jennifer Schrader with Scott Turner, Executive Director of the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council. Featured in the OpportunityZones.HUD.gov photo are (left to right) senior vice president Kyle Cox, Matthew Contorelli of the Arizona Commerce Authority, director Turner, Schrader and Scott Celley of Trifecta Communications.
Turner, a former professional football player and Texas State Representative, joined the White House in April and by June was in Phoenix visiting several Opportunity Zone projects initiated by Caliber, including the redeveloped Crowne Plaza Hotel and upcoming 95-room Avid Hotel, both near Sky Harbor International, as well as redevelopment projects along West Main Street in Mesa.
Pictured (from left to right): Caliber senior vice president Kyle Cox; Matthew Contorelli of the Arizona Commerce Authority; Scott Turner, executive director of the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council; Caliber co-founder and COO Jennifer Schrader; and Chris Gray, Caliber Director of Construction.