Impact & Culture

Environmental Sustainability

Participant Capital invests with a sense of purpose and responsibility, to positively impact communities, driving social and economic value.

 

Participant Capital considers a variety of sustainability factors in connection with the acquisition, development and ownership of the real estate properties it invests in.

 

Participant Capital seeks out partners that implement features to reduce energy use, lower costs and promote green living, and design and build to meet and exceed local and state green building standards.

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Participant Capital is committed to incorporating sustainable practices that reduce energy consumption, costs and emissions. Participant uses locally sourced, recycled and sustainable building products whenever possible to incorporate elements of a green warehouse.

Social Responsibility

Participant Capital has made a longstanding commitment to community involvement and gives time and resources to help improve the interests of individuals, families and neighborhoods across the country.

 

  • Partnering with local and national nonprofit organizations

  • Fostering community engagement as an enterprise and across our properties

  • Creating employment opportunities in underserved communities such as the Miami Worldcenter district.

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Company Culture

Participant Capital is committed to fostering and celebrating a culture of diversity and inclusion and focuses on cultivating talented professionals of all backgrounds. We believe that a range of thought and experience leads to better outcomes for our business and for our investors and creates greater opportunity for everyone at our company.

Health & Well-Being

Participant Capital is committed not only to developing premier investment properties but also to improving the health and wellness of its tenants. Participant Capital invested in the first Blue Zones Center in Downtown Miami. The Legacy Hotel and Residences in partnership with Adventist Health, will bring 120,000 square feet of medical and well-being space to the area.