Our mission is to drive community equity by combining public-private efforts to revive local economies and enhance social equity and quality of life. We use restorative practices to create equitable and scalable mixed-use properties in underserved areas, benefiting both communities and investors alike.
P3 Markets applies a holistic and restorative approach to align resources, partnerships, and investments to benefit low-moderate income communities impacted by systemic deficiencies in real estate development. Our method is grounded in practical and measurable frameworks that foster collaboration, participation, and a sense of belonging.
Together, we’re creating lasting change, one development at a time.
P3 Markets creates public-private partnerships with a focus on opportunities that benefit both communities and investors. Our unique approach identifies high-value projects, secures funding and resources, and delivers projects that add value to communities and improve quality of life, creating shared wealth.
P3 Markets builds projects that matter and has coordinated real estate development projects ranging from $5 to $50 million. Most projects are community based; with an emphasis on building community wealth and social equity. P3 Markets team of experts can take a project from start-to-finish or help organizations and developer firms to maximize land and build values.
“With inflation putting a strain on household budgets, the demand and need for affordable housing, especially near transit lines, has never been higher...We received strong feedback from area residents that any new market-rate housing should be balanced with a commitment to long-term affordability – in other words, the ‘E’ in ETOD.”
Chicago Agent Magazine
“This development is the product of years of advocacy, negotiation, and community engagement...43 Green is a step in the right direction and we still have a lot of work to do to ensure Bronzeville residents have access to reliable public transportation, affordable housing, and retail opportunities.”
The Crusader Newspaper Group