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 Financed Projects 

Financing energy efficient, renewable, and resilient infrastructure across the nation

Office Building Energy Retrofit

Trophy office building in Philadelphia utilizes $25.5 million of C-PACE to finance efficiency upgrades while maintaining debt yield.

2.53 MW Industrial Solar

A global food processing company meets its sustainability goals by utilizing C-PACE to finance 2.53MW solar PV system in Illinois.

New Construction Multifamily

A 227 unit multifamily developer utilizes C-PACE to invest in infrastructure, reducing tenant utility bills in a Class A multifamily in Edina, Minnesota.

Multi-tenant HVAC retrofit

The Kirkbride Center, a 6 building campus in Philadelphia with a National Historic Landmark status, utilizes C-PACE to install new boiler and chiller plants with automated controls to keep the facility operating efficiently.

8MW Biogas Cogeneration for Industrial

$18 million in C-PACE finances 8 MW cogeneration system capable of meeting 100% of a Michigan industrial property’s electrical load with on-site biogas production.

Acute Care Hospital

$10.2 million in C-PACE for a LA hospital finances an energy efficiency retrofit including elevator modernization, HVAC, and a new standby emergency generator.

Affordable Housing New Construction

$14.5 million in C-PACE helps developer of 120 unit Class A multifamily take advantage of LA TOC Incentive Program that encourages affordable housing with high-density construction near bus and train stations.

New Market Tax Credits and C-PACE

$4.6 million C-PACE supports the leverage of NMTC source loan in the conversion of a former factory into a multi-tenant commercial kitchen with 5 lenders advocating C-PACE for energy efficient economic development in Chicago.

near net zero c-pace financed office, Hanover MD

Net-Zero Retrofit in NNN Office

Tenants enjoy resiliency with no increase in annual expenses from this net-zero retrofit in Maryland through building automation, battery energy storage, solar and a generator while landlord sees increase in collateral value.

Acute Care Hospitals

$49.5 million for a hospital network in California finances more than 70 projects at 5 locations to comply with OSHPD code and to reduce energy and water use through replacement of aging equipment.

C-PACE and Complicated Cap Stack

C- PACE combined with Brownfield/TIF, HTC, Michigan economic development grant and senior mortgage finances the gut renovation of two historic mixed use buildings steps from the Michigan Capital Buiding in Lansing.

Wastewater Heat Recovery

$1 million C-PACE provides $7.8 million in anticipated savings for an ESG focused facility in Baltimore that is benefiting from a carbon reduction of 1,892 MT CO2e per year through heat recovery from laundry wastewater.

Multifamily New Construction

This San Diego area developer augments construction loan with $14.5 million in C-PACE for a Class A multifamily development near a vibrant town center.

Green Roof on Existing Building

The owner of a former manufacturing building realizes positive annual cash flow by using C-PACE with stormwater incentives in the reroofing of a Detroit NNN flex space property.

Retail Portfolio Retrofit

Washington Prime Group utilizes C-PACE financing to improve a number of its Florida shopping malls through a mix of energy efficiency and wind resistance solutions.

Seismic and Soft-Story Retrofit Cases

Selected by the City of San Francisco in 2015 as its PACE financing partner for the mandatory soft-story retrofit program, we have deep expertise financing seismic retrofits and have provided capital to hundreds of property owners to finance seismic, ADUs, and other energy improvements.

“It was important to make the building as energy efficient as possible. We are excited to partner with CounterpointeSRE to help us achieve this goal.”

Alex Brown, President, Realty Capital Residential 

“PACE financing from CounterpointeSRE helps us meet our commitment to achieve net-zero by 2040.”

Jim Mullin, Chief Sustainability Officer, JBS USA

“Funding that we will direct towards making the best possible energy efficiency and reliability decisions for our property while helping us keep our capital costs down.”

Michael W. Reschke, Chairman/CEO, The Prime Group