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Frank P. Crivello of Phoenix Investors Discusses Crime Reduction in Toledo Through Urban & Rural Blight Removal

As reported in Toledo Blade Toledo, Ohio – Urban and rural blight refers to buildings that have been abandoned and left to decay. Studies dating as far back as the 1920s have in various ways linked blighted properties to marked increases in neighborhood crime and reduced economic activity. Most studies focus on abandoned residential properties, but nationwide real estate investor Phoenix Investors noticed a pattern between its large-scale industrial redevelopments and crime reduction. Phoenix Investors’ core business is the revitalization of former manufacturing facilities throughout ... Read More

2020-09-14T17:45:20+00:00September 14th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|

Interview with Frank P. Crivello, Part II: How Phoenix Investors gives back

As reported in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel by Jeff Bentoff, for Phoenix Investors In Part II of a wide-ranging interview, Phoenix Investors Chairman and Founder Frank P. Crivello discusses Phoenix Investors’ philanthropic initiatives and the future of industrial real estate after the COVID-19 pandemic ends. Part I covered Phoenix’s founding, business strategies and projects that helped revitalize areas in Milwaukee and Flint, Michigan. Q:    What is Phoenix Investors’ philosophy on philanthropy? A:    We live by the biblical passage “To whom much is given, much is required.” Since 2015, we’ve donated millions of dollars ... Read More

2020-09-14T16:22:37+00:00September 14th, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Giving Back, Milwaukee|

COVID-19: Logistics Industry Update

A new strain of coronavirus, known as COVID-19  swept across the world in early 2020, with outbreaks springing up in virtually every country to varying degrees. As of the writing of this article, more than 800,000 people around the world have died from COVID-19 or complications related to it, with more than 175,000 of those deaths occurring within the United States. The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we as a society interact with other people, the way we shop, the way we travel, and ... Read More

2020-09-03T22:53:05+00:00September 3rd, 2020|Articles, Frank P. Crivello, Milwaukee|
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