Bell Donates Toward Nussbaum Relocation
The Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship announced it has received a donation from Bell Foundation for $6,500. The Greensboro-based business incubator will use the donation toward the renovation of the former Carolina Steel plant on South Elm-Eugene Street, which was donated to the Nussbaum Center as a possible future home, according to Sam Funchess, president and CEO of the Nussbaum Center. “This money is a great help towards our goal of moving into a permanent location and continuing our mission of growing the Triad’s economy by supporting and educating entrepreneurs,”Funchess said in a release. Bell Foundation seeks to support economic development and quality of life initiatives through grants in the greater Greensboro area. The foundation was started by the Bell family that heads Greensboro-based real estate investment and management firm Bell Partners.
About Bell Partners Inc.
Established in 1976, Bell Partners Inc. (“Bell Partners” or the “Company”) is a privately held, vertically integrated apartment investment and management company focused on high-quality multifamily communities throughout the United States. Bell Partners has over 60,000 units under management and over 20,000 apartments under renovation. The Company has over 1,600 associates and 6 offices (including its headquarters in Greensboro, NC) and offers an extensive and full service operating platform containing expertise in acquisitions and dispositions, financing, property operations, construction, accounting, risk management, market research and all other related support functions. Bell Partners is led by a senior management team with an average of over 20 years of experience that has invested throughout all phases of the real estate cycle and has helped the Company complete over $10 billion of apartment transactions since 2002, including almost $1.5 billion of activity in 2015 alone. For more information, visit our website at www.bellpartnersinc.com