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MultiGreen is a real estate development and operating company with a single mission to improve the state of the world by constructing 40,000 brand new attainable, sustainable, and tech-enabled multi family homes throughout the United States by 2030.

Hosted by MultiGreen’s Chairman of the Board, Randy C. Norton, this podcast will feature perspectives from industry experts, government representatives and academic luminaries.

Discover for yourself the history and the future of the MultiGreen way.

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MultiGreen is a real estate development and operating company with a single mission to improve the state of the world by constructing 40,000 brand new attainable, sustainable, and tech-enabled multi family homes throughout the United States by 2030.

Hosted by MultiGreen’s Chairman of the Board, Randy C. Norton, this podcast will feature perspectives from industry experts, government representatives and academic luminaries.

Discover for yourself the history and the future of the MultiGreen way.

    High-Rise Style in Reno with Case Study Panelists

    High-Rise Style in Reno with Case Study Panelists

    High-Rise Style in Reno with Case Study Panelists
    Season 0 | Episode 28
    In this episode, host Randy C. Norton speaks with Jeff Straubel, Arlan Collins, Rick Tallman, Dave Ray, who together make up a vital part of our Greenway Project set for the downtown urban core in Reno, Nevada. With over 150 years experience in the real estate industry, our six professionals provide a live underwriting for this 20-story high-rise that may qualify as Reno’s first Zero Net Energy multifamily building. This is the A-Team and here is their roll call.
    (1:44) Background on Jeff Straubel’s property (5:33) Arlan and Rick discuss SLI and how they are underwriting the downtown urban location (9:58) How many people does it take to construct an SLI building? (11:33) How do SLI’s operations affect their residents’ cost benefits? (17:46) How Dave is approaching the energy model and certification process
    (21:15) Dave discusses the tax credits and abatements available in Nevada (23:23) Arlan discusses how to deal with parking on the property (27:37) How to address the issues of affordability of the property (31:37) Jeff’s thoughts on how MultiGreen can be the best capital provider possible (32:14) Arlan’s thoughts on how MultiGreen can be the best capital provider possible (33:23) Rick’s thoughts on how MultiGreen can be the best capital provider possible (35:03) Dave’s thoughts on how MultiGreen can be the best capital provider possible (37:45) Next steps for MultiGreen and what they can expect to make progress on in the near future Additional mentions
    Reno, Nevada
    Seattle
    Colorado
    Palo Alto
    Las Vegas
    Tesla
    Tesla Gigafactory
    Truckee River Park
    Wingfield Park
    Sparks
    SLI
    CenturyLink
    Toyota Camry
    The Bullitt Center
    Zero Net Energy
    International Future Living Institute
    LEED Certification
    Green Globes Certification
    WELL
    Fitwel
    Reno Housing Crisis
    University of Reno

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    Start a conversation with #ThinkMultiGreen #ProfitWithPurpose #FullScaleHousingAnalysis #NetZeroEnergy #GoGreenAndSave

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    © 2019-2020 MultiGreen Properties, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
    Securities offered through i(x) Securities, LLC (Member of FINRA and SIPC).

    • 40 min
    Podium Style in Bremerton with Case Study Panelists

    Podium Style in Bremerton with Case Study Panelists

    Podium Style in Bremerton with Case Study Panelists
    Season 0 | Episode 27

    In this episode, host Randy C. Norton speaks with Mark Goldberg, Kent Smutny, Levi Naas, and Dave Ray who together make up a vital part of our Beacon I Project set for development in the greater Seattle, Washington suburb of Bremerton. With over 100 years experience in the real estate industry, our five professional perspective provide a comprehensive overview about the unique value the project offers and how it has instilled a sustainable, repeatable, and cost-effective model for rapid estimation and analysis.

    (1:04) Mark explains the Beacon One project and why he likes Bremerton, Washington
    (6:58) Kent discusses how the demand for housing in Bremerton has changed his design philosophy
    (8:24) How parking will be dealt with at Beacon One
    (9:34) How Kent utilized BIM to design Beacon One
    (12:31) Levi’s thinking on Beacon One and where their utilization of BIM can go moving forward 
    (15:52) How will Levi and Kent’s unique BIM model benefit Dave’s pre-analysis? 
    (17:32) What analysis drives Dave on which green certification to pursue? 
    (20:18) Mark’s view on what MultiGreeen might be able to do better
    (21:47) The benefits of MultiGreen being a long-term capital partner on the entire project
    (23:48) Levi and Kent’s thoughts on how they’ll work together on the Beacon 2 or Beacon 13 Project, and what they might do differently
    Additional mentions
    Bremerton, Washington
    Green Street
    CBRE
    CoStar
    Seattle
    Fortune 500 Companies in Seattle
    Mill Creek
    Paragon
    The Wolff Company
    Puget Sound
    Revit
    Civil 3D
    Gap Analysis
    Digital Twin
    Green Globes Certification
    LEED Certification
    WELL Certification
    Fitwel Certification
    Kitsap County
    Bridge to Bridge Urban Trail
    Let us know your thoughts on this episode!
    Start a conversation with #ThinkMultiGreen #ProfitWithPurpose #BuildYourOwnBIM #LongTermPartner #GreenCertifications #PodiumProduct
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    © 2019-2020 MultiGreen Properties, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
    Securities offered through i(x) Securities, LLC (Member of FINRA and SIPC).

    • 27 min
    Garden Style in Albuquerque with Case Study Panelists

    Garden Style in Albuquerque with Case Study Panelists

    Garden Style in Albuquerque with Case Study Panelists
    Season 0 | Episode 26
    In this episode, host Randy C. Norton speaks with John Murtagh, JL Murtagh, Chris Whipple, Rob Murchison, and Dave Ray who together make up a vital part of our Sonata I Project set for development in Albuquerque, New Mexico. With over 125 years experience in the real estate industry, our six professional perspectives provide a comprehensive overview about the unique energy and technology infrastructure designed for this multi-phased development. This is the A-Team and here is their roll call.
    (1:41) Why Sonata Trails is a place of interest for John and MultiGreen
    (6:00) What JL and MultiGreen are doing to construct more efficiently
    (7:31) Nearby projects similar to Sonata
    (9:00) Some of the energy solutions Chris and MultiGreen are bringing to Sonata
    (10:49) How energy is traditionally wasted in the distribution phase
    (12:38) How reducing energy waste will benefit Sonata’s residents
    (14:00) Rob discusses Sonata’s technology standardizations and information strategies
    (16:13) How the technology standardizations will benefit Sonata’s residents
    (17:10) Examples of unique technological capabilities that will be available to Sonata’s residents
    (19:51) How Dave is approaching the underwriting for green certifications
    (22:31) How Sonata will promote health and wellness
    (25:43) The ability to leverage DC power for greater cost-effectiveness and efficiency
    (27:49) Rob discusses privacy
    (29:32) What kind of green, multifamily competition is there in New Mexico?
    (30:49) Expectations for Sonata over the next 12 months
    Additional mentions
    Albuquerque
    Garden Apartment
    Henderson, Nevada
    Petroglyph National Monument
    Olympus Northpoint
    Markana Apartments
    Cantata Apartments
    District Heating
    Single Pane of Glass
    Green Globe Certification
    LEED Certification
    WELL Certification
    Fitwel Certification
    Circadian Rhythm Lighting
    Let us know your thoughts on this episode!
    Start a conversation with #ThinkMultiGreen #ProfitWithPurpose #StandardizedTechnology #CustomizableHomeExperience #SonataTrails
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    © 2019-2020 MultiGreen Properties, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
    Securities offered through i(x) Securities, LLC (Member of FINRA and SIPC).

    • 35 min
    Investor Relations and Impact Reporting with Rachel Rosenthal

    Investor Relations and Impact Reporting with Rachel Rosenthal

    Investor Relations and Impact Reporting with Rachel Rosenthal
    Season 0 | Episode 25

    In this episode, host Randy C. Norton speaks with MultiGreen’s Director of Investor Relations and Client Services, Rachel Rosenthal, about how the company managed to exceed expectations in the middle of a pandemic, and how MultiGreen’s rigorous focus on process more than proceeds will serve its investors.
    (1:32) Rachel’s background
    (5:08) How Rachel navigated the fundraising world as a female
    (7:07) What’s important to Rachel regarding messaging and process
    (10:27) How MultiGreen measures impact
    (13:17) How MultiGreen exceeded its first year expectations
    (14:38) What about MultiGreen is Rachel most proud of?
    (15:15) Rachel explains MultiGreen’s advanced portal
    (19:51) Rachel’s biggest wish for MultiGreen

    Additional mentions
    World Economic Forum
    Saratoga, California
    Silicon Valley
    San Francisco
    Jeff Dorman
    i(x) investments
    Impact Rate of Return
    Howard W. Buffett
    CRM
    Sunflowers

    Let us know your thoughts on this episode!
    Start a conversation with #ThinkMultiGreen #ProfitWithPurpose #ProcessNotProceeds #ExceedingExpectations #HolisticInvestment

    Subscribe to The MultiGreen Podcast
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    © 2019-2020 MultiGreen Properties, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
    Securities offered through i(x) Securities, LLC (Member of FINRA and SIPC).

    • 20 min
    Operational Excellence with Steve Morris

    Operational Excellence with Steve Morris

    Operational Excellence with Steve Morris
    Season 0 | Episode 24
    In this episode, host Randy C. Norton speaks with MultiGreen’s Director of Finance and Head of Operations, Steve Morris, about MultiGreen’s unique approach to combining its real estate goals with the creation of its own operating platform to instill efficient and sustainable coordination between the company’s various departments. Steve is operational excellence.
    (1:07) Steve’s favorite building in New York
    (2:15) What Steve is focused on working with MultiGreen
    (4:44) The importance of reporting
    (5:47) Efficiency through software integrations
    (7:02) New Year Resolutions for 2021
    (8:27) Strategic initiatives that will take MultiGreen to the next level
    (10:30) What "process building" means to Steve
    (13:00) Steve’s biggest wish for MultiGreen
    Additional mentions
    New York City
    Empire State Building
    Yardi
    Green Mesa Capital
    Fairways

    Let us know your thoughts on this episode!
    Start a conversation with #ThinkMultiGreen #ProfitWithPurpose #ProcessOverOutcomes #ExternalReflectsInternal #FullyIntegratedSystems

    Subscribe to The MultiGreen Podcast
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    © 2019-2020 MultiGreen Properties, LLC. All Rights Reserved.Securities offered through i(x) Securities, LLC (Member of FINRA and SIPC).

    • 14 min
    Public and Private Sector Fundraising with Brad Mertz

    Public and Private Sector Fundraising with Brad Mertz

    Public and Private Sector Fundraising with Brad Mertz
    Season 0 | Episode 23
    In this episode, host Randy C. Norton speaks with MultiGreen’s Co-Founder and Head of Client Services, Brad Mertz, about best practices in raising capital, what attracted him to MultiGreen, and what makes MultiGreen a unique opportunity for investors.
    (0:38) Brad’s service experience and how it benefits MultiGreen
    (2:00) How raising money for a University differs from raising money for MultiGreen
    (3:00) What does it take to be successful in raising capital? 
    (3:45) What makes MultiGreen different?
    (5:17) The importance of bringing in guest speakers
    (6:35) What attracted Brad to MultiGreen?
    (8:16) What investors have been saying about MultiGreen
    (12:09) Brad’s biggest wish for MultiGreen
    Additional mentions
    Springville, Utah Planning Commission
    Woodbury School of Business
    Tesla
    Raymond, Alberta
    Chevy Chevelle
    AM Radio
    Bruce Jackson
    Let us know your thoughts on this episode!
    Start a conversation with #ThinkMultiGreen #ProfitWithPurpose #InvestorsComeFirst #DirectInvestment #LearnFromOthers
    Subscribe to The MultiGreen Podcast
    Follow us on LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook
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    Learn more at www.multi.green
    © 2019-2020 MultiGreen Properties, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
    Securities offered through i(x) Securities, LLC (Member of FINRA and SIPC).

    • 13 min

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