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The New York-based startup is touted as the first online platform that employs the 506(c) model to enable individuals to co-invest alongside professional dealmakers.

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Commercial real estate crowdfunding platform ArborCrowd announced last week a new offering today that allows investors to acquire equity interests in Biscayne 112, a Class-A, ground-up development located at 11200 Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami.

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The developers of the 402-unit Biscayne 112 multifamily project currently under construction is looking to raise $5.15 million from investors in a crowdfunding offering for the remaining equity in a nearly $104-million project in North Miami.

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ArborCrowd, a New York-based real estate crowdfunding platform, has launched a campaign to develop Biscayne 112, a luxury rental building in North Miami. The company hopes to raise $5.15 million in $35,000 increments over the next 30 days.

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ArborCrowd, the first crowdfunding platform launched by a real estate institution, announced a new offering today that allows investors to acquire equity interests in Biscayne 112, a Class-A, ground-up development located at 11200 Biscayne Boulevard in North Miami, Fla.

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Adam is Co-Founder and COO of ArborCrowd, the first crowdfunding platform to be launched by a real estate institution. In this role, he oversees ArborCrowd’s corporate growth strategies.

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New Avenues for Investing in Real Estate Crain's New York Business September 3, 2019

In the past, direct investment in commercial real estate tended to be the purview of two groups: the very rich and large institutional investors, including pension plans and university endowments. Developers were not allowed to publicly solicit investments.

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8 Costly Missteps With Real Estate Investing U.S. News & World Report July 22, 2019

Owning property, either directly or indirectly, can add diversity to a portfolio and yield value to investors on several levels. “Real estate is a tangible asset with inherent value unlike many other investment vehicles such as stocks, which many consider as gambling,” says Adam Kaufman, co-founder and managing director of ArborCrowd.

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Founded in 2016 as the crowdfunding arm of the mortgage lender Arbor Realty Trust, it offers accredited investors the opportunity to invest in select deals under the 506(c) exemption, with minimums of either $25,000 or $50,000.

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6 Crowdfunding Pitfalls to Avoid U.S. News & World Report July 1, 2019

Many of the crowdfunding companies “were not founded by established and successful real estate professionals, but were largely created by individuals in the tech sector with little to no experience investing in real estate,” says Adam Kaufman, co-founder and managing director of real estate crowdfunding platform ArborCrowd.

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