GREENWICH, Conn., Oct. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Belpointe PREP, LLC (NYSE American: OZ) (“Belpointe PREP” or the “Company”), a publicly traded qualified opportunity fund, announced today that following an initial assessment its Florida assets have incurred no or minimal damage as a result of Hurricane Ian.
“We are working closely with our construction, development and property management teams as well as with our tenants to fully assess all damages and coordinate a return to full operations as quickly as possible,” said Brandon Lacoff, Chief Executive Officer of Belpointe PREP. “While we are still in the process of contacting all of our teams and tenants to make sure they all came through the storm safely, we are pleased that our assets have not sustained any significant damage as result of Hurricane Ian.”
Belpointe PREP, LLC is a publicly traded qualified opportunity fund listed on a national securities exchange. Belpointe PREP’s investments consist of properties located in qualified opportunity zones for the development or redevelopment of multifamily, student housing, senior living, healthcare, industrial, self-storage, hospitality, office, mixed-use, data centers and solar projects located throughout the United States and its territories. Belpointe PREP also intends to acquire, develop or redevelop and manage a wide range of commercial real estate assets located throughout the United States and its territories, including, but not limited to, real estate-related assets, such as commercial real estate loans and mortgages, and debt and equity securities issued by other real estate-related companies, as well as making private equity acquisitions and investments, and opportunistic acquisitions of other qualified opportunity funds and qualified opportunity zone businesses, with the goal of increasing distributions and capital appreciations.
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Belpointe PREP, LLC
255 Glenville Road
Greenwich, Connecticut 06831
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