What We Do
LEDAHF forms Public-Private Partnerships with government to build public facilities and to develop unproductive public land, and has launched our Healthy and Sustainable Communities Initiative to promote improved population health through Health Centered Design and by creating points of tangency between the historically isolated health care and real estate development communities.
We program economic and environmental sustainability and resiliency into every endeavor. Resiliency requires our projects have a solid business foundation that generates adequate financial returns for our investors while achieving social and environmental success.
LEDAHF seeks to further the overall economic development by:
1. the liaison with various Federal, State, County and City government agencies; and
2. the judicious use of matching fund programs, tax-free revenue bonds, and private investment syndication
1. liaison with City and County governments for zoning, infrastructure, and financial assistance; and
2. site feasibility, acquisition, approval, development, and financing assistance
LEDAHF creates opportunities for safe and affordable housing for low and moderate income citizens by cooperating with local government to further its housing goals by:
LEDAHF will have non-profit joint-venture partners and will also joint-venture with “for-profit” developers whenever this allows greater access to capital or reduced costs. The Foundation will also participate in national and local affordable housing organizations, and will work with other charitable entities having compatible goals.