We focus on transformational mixed-use projects in urban areas and rural main streets that meet community needs.
We are a woman-owned social impact commercial real estate development company that incorporates environmental, social, and governance (ESG) components into each project with community input.
We target our work in Opportunity Zones to align with local, state and federal development objectives.
A housing expert and experienced leader, Shannon has a diverse real estate background specializing in residential real estate, rehabilitation, land acquisition, and development.
A passionate advocate for women in commercial real estate, Jill's background includes private real estate acquisition and development, community development, legal practice and consulting.
A solutions-minded community developer, Jenifer is known for redeveloping
historic buildings and extensive work driving property and downtown revitalization.
With a heart for saving underutilized relics, she bridges old and new, building (and
often rebuilding) dynamic communities that evoke a strong sense of place. Since 2016,
she has driven over $26+ million in real estate development projects in the Great Lakes
Bay Region, and catalyzed countless more as a result.
A proven leader with more than 25 years experience in accounting, Amy has extensive experience in the operations of land development and residential construction, including federal funding and tax credit financing.
Renovare focuses on the development of various product types in urban communities that provide mixed-income housing and community-centric commercial spaces. Our main goal is to provide workforce housing to the families that drive Michigan's economy and commercial amenities that meet the needs of working families.
Renovare works with small rural towns to identify and address key economic issues such as attainable housing and affordable retail and commercial space. We work closely with local government to create strategic partnerships designed to deliver projects that meet those needs, and provide third-place spaces and public amenities that promote a sense of community.