At Marcus Reinvestment Strategies, LLC, we are dedicated to community redevelopment. We believe that utilizing the tools and talents embedded in a community is the most sustainable approach to long term redevelopment. Outside capital and expertise can help a community reach its potential, but those that live in the community now and in the future must have a stake in the outcomes. After all, they will have to live with them.
The client makes the decisions. Our role is to help facilitate and advise by providing data, analysis, our expertise as well as the assessment of other experts and specialists, but at the end of the day, the decisions must rest with the client.
We believe that we will succeed through the long term success of our clients and our ability to work with them on a repeat basis. Without the trust and honesty in a client relationship, we will not be successful advisors.
We are confident in our abilities to deliver quality service in the field of real estate development and finance and trust that you will be too. When we don't have the skills needed for a particular project, we'll bring the partners needed to get it done right.
The SHARE food program is led by Steveanna Wynn, the Philadelphia Inquirer's Citizen of the year in 2012. The organization, with a limited staff but hordes of volunteers, distributed more than 26 million pounds of food for the hungry out of their more than 100,000 sf warehouse and distribution center in North Philadelphia. We worked with SHARE to prepare their RACP application to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and with their extraordinary efforts and the recognition of the vital work that SHARE does, plus the support of legislators including State Senators Shirley Kitchen and Vincent Hughes, the State committed a $1 million Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grant which enable them to stabilize their building and keep serving food banks throughout the mid-atlantic region.