Real Estate Developer
Project 1411 (1411 West Baltimore St.), will be converted into a culinary incubator kitchen, with event space and demonstration kitchen. Project 1411 is a 4,532 sq. ft. multi-use location.
- Security Type
- Revenue Sharing
- Min Investment
- Offering Date
- July 06, 2021
- Expected Close Date
- September 17, 2021
- Amount Raised
- Security Price
Use of Proceeds
- Interior Bathroom: $2,450
- Stabilization: $81,200
- Interior Basement & Kitchen: $80,700
- Facade: $36,450
- Build Out - Framing : $20,000
- Roof: $14,200
- Mainvest Compensation: $15,000
Ashley Watson, a graduate of Winston Salem State University studied in International Business. In 2005, she was offered an internship with a prominent law enforcement agency located in Washington, DC. Her 15-year career led to a leadership position as Chief Diversity Officer and currently the Director of Diversity Equity and Inclusion of Danfoss Power Solutions. Ashley cultivates equitable opportunities for underrepresented groups by identifying systemic barriers within the hiring and professional development process.Amid managing a full-time career, in 2016 Ashley opened Dulce Sweet Bar and Bakery, an e-commerce business specializing in baked goods and decorative cakes. As the owner of Dulce Sweet Bar & Bakery, she has increased profits by 5% over the last 4 years.
Kenneth Watson, Jr , Chief Operating Officer
As a graduate of the Columbus School of Law at Catholic University of America, Kenneth Watson, Jr.’s career took a slight turn into the field of food services nine (9) years ago.As the owner of Esquire Meals, a gourmet, health-conscious food services company based out of Baltimore, Maryland, Kenneth believes food can be a catalyst to health, recovery, and success. Serving over 200 meals daily, he provides nutritious and affordable solutions for varying populations, such as cancer treatment centers, homeless shelters, fitness centers, corporations, and not-for-profit agencies.
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