Partnering With Community
At 4S Bay Partners, our projects aim to renew hope, promote meaningful growth, unity, and healing within and between individuals, communities, and the environment. We continue to fight to make our economy more inclusive and representative of our nation by investing in black and brown managers and businesses with a heavy gender lens that creates economic opportunities for marginalized communities.
The Chatham Education and Workforce Center
The 11,000 square foot Center conceptualized by The Partnership, which operates the public workforce system in the City of Chicago and Cook County, truly lives up to its name as a place for education and occupational advancement. The first floor is home to office, classroom/group meeting spaces and a state-of-the art manufacturing classroom/Maker Lab where instruction will be provided by the Jane Addams Resource Corporation (JARC) and Richard J. Daley College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago.
The Ashland Project
The building, located on 1319 S Ashland Ave in Chicago, IL, has been acquired by 4S Bay Partners, and plans have been drafted to develop the building for the benefit of the greater Chicago community, specifically around the 1300 section of South Ashland Avenue. This project, currently moving forward with the working title “The Ashland Project”, will be a midrise building with basement parking, and will have commercial storefronts on the first floor, as well as tenant vanilla box spaces.
Stocker Street Creative
Stocker Street Creative is a redevelopment project in the Baldwin Hills/Crenshaw area of Los Angeles. The goal of the project is to build a community-focused creative campus that drives economic development through business incubation, high-quality film/TV studio production, innovative entertainment services, non-profit partnerships, and industry-specific professional development.
St. Joseph’s House DAX Program: Housing Project with DePaul USA
4S Bay Partners teamed with Depaul USA to support the development of its first DAX Program dormitory in Philadelphia to serve housing-insecure college students. Opening its doors in April 2020, the program draws student participation from Temple University, LaSalle University, and Peirce College, among others.