Local organizations are setting up infrastructure to manage Opportunity Zone investment. Opportunity Zone legislation was designed to not be an economic development program, like for example the ManufacturingExtension Partnership. Rather, it is a tax incentive that doesn’t require locale conomic development funding to implement.

Many local nonprofit agencies are hiring Opportunity Zone coordinators. Bruce Katz explores some of the principles and roles required to manage Opportunity Zones in his document, Transactions to Transformation: How Cities can Maximize Opportunity Zones


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