It is time to build communities, not buildings.

We now have the opportunity to invest in ecosystems across the country.

Over the last decade, the U.S. has experienced a housing market crash, a massive decline in the workforce, a healthcare overhaul, and an unprecedented effort to remake America’s failing schools. The nationwide picture is reflected across states in the U.S., and if we were to zoom in further, we would see that hundreds of communities in America are microcosms of the U.S. in crisis.

ReThink Community’s (“RTC”) mission is focused on lifting up American communities by investing in real estate that maximizes economic and civic growth. Investments are centered on neighborhoods that lack adequate education, housing, healthcare, and workforce opportunities.
By Investing in these four core real estate assets in neighborhoods that are undervalued and underserved, RTC seeks to improve communities from the inside out and have lasting impact on their constituents.

Theory of change

Our theory is that it is not enough to invest in just brick-and-mortar: to see lasting, systemic change, we first need to see the interplay
of community assets—education, healthcare, housing, and workforce—as a singular unit and invest accordingly.