Company Overview of Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group
Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group is a fund of Goldman Sachs Group, Merchant Banking Division specializing in investments in corporations operated or owned by ethnic minorities and real estate developers targeting urban communities. It seeks to make early stage investments and makes direct investments in developers and projects. For corporate investments, it invests in mature companies, growth capital, leveraged buyouts, management-led buy-outs of publicly traded or private companies or their divisions, recapitalizations, and management team alliances. The fund prefers to invest in businesses that serve multicultural communities; are minority owned, managed, or led; provide goods or servi...
200 West Street
New York, NY 10282
Founded in 2001
Key Executives for Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group
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Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group Key Developments
RBH Group Partners with Goldman Sachs Urban Investment, Prudential Financial and AeroFfarms to Develop 69,000-Sq. Ft. Indoor Vertical Farm
Mar 12 15
RBH Group, LLC has partnered with Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, Prudential Financial, Inc. and AeroFarms in a USD 30 million project to redevelop a 69,000-square foot industrial site in Newark, New Jersey into a indoor vertical farm. Phase One of the project is expected to open later in 2015. The investment partnership said it worked in conjunction with the City of Newark and the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) in the project that is expected to create 78 new jobs to the area. The farm is to serve as the global corporate headquarters for AeroFarms. The partnership said vertical farm is expected to give local residents greater access to locally grown produce. The operation is also an opportunity to introduce new businesses to Newark and to New Jersey.
Goldman Sachs Announces Executive Changes at Urban Investment Group
Feb 4 14
Goldman Sachs has announced that it has named an executive to lead its Urban Investment Group. The company has named Dina Powell, head of the bank's charitable foundation, to additional duties as head of its urban investment group. Powell is to replace Alicia Glen, who recently became a New York City deputy mayor.
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