Capital Where It Counts

We execute high impact real estate development projects in Northern Kentucky’s River Cities by connecting people, place, and product with capital and technical expertise. Our privately funded, not-for-profit company is a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) certified by the U.S. Department of Treasury. As a CDFI, we bring non-traditional growth capital to communities in need of thoughtful investment in underutilized sites and buildings.

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The Catalytic Fund provides financial investments and real estate transaction structuring services to developers and communities undertaking urban revitalization projects. We also lead and participate in symposia and educational events promoting real estate development best practices and providing information about market conditions, development tends, and new programs.

We are locally controlled and privately funded—therefore our financial investments are flexible, creative, and individually structured based on each project's capital need.

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We are proud to include Duke Energy, Corporex, Stock Yards Bank & Trust, BB&T now Truist, Central Bank and First Financial Bank among our investors.We are proud to include Huntington Bank, Fifth Third Bank, PNC, CFBank, US Bank, Peoples Bank and Heritage Bank among our investors.We are proud to include St. Elizabeth Healthcare, Commonwealth Bank & Trust Company, Greater Cincinnati Foundation and the Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation among our investors.
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Hotel Covington
Kent Lofts
Life Learning Ctr &
Kentucky Career Ctr
232 Elm St.
Bradford On Scott
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The Boone Block Lofts in Covington


Truist Charitable Fund awards $250,000 to Catalytic Fund

The Catalytic Fund, a Northern Kentucky-based nonprofit community investment fund, recently received a $250,000 grant from the Truist Charitable Fund.

The Catalytic Fund’s capital pool is part of a $27 million investment fund the institution uses to make real estate investments in Northern Kentucky.

"This grant from Truist Charitable Fund expands our capacity to invest in projects in Northern Kentucky that create income-aligned housing options, preserve historic assets, covert vacant sites and buildings to productive assets, and attract jobs to our region,” Catalytic Fund President and CEO Jeanne Schroer said in a press release.

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