Changing the world
by creating high impact change for communities
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About Crain Company
Established in 2012 and headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, Crain Company operates as the parent company over several innovative organizations and a non-profit that together, invests, develops, insures and operates within a regional market network to capitalize on exclusive commercial and residential real estate investment opportunities. Crain Co. seeks to leverage investment opportunities to change the world by creating high impact change for communities by providing and managing quality housing.
Crain Capital, formerly known as the Anderson-Crain Investment Group and a division of Crain Company, is a Private Equity Real Estate Company responsible for sourcing, acquiring, and supporting all Crain Company investment interests. The team develops and maintains political, investor, banking, and portfolio management relationships.
Crain Capital has two investment focuses, traditional multifamily & development of 3D printed housing.
The Crain Company was built with a focus on multifamily housing while working with a wide array of investment partners. After exploring multiple options to make a positive difference in the communities they invest in, Crain Company concentrated on impact investments and partners with the same strategic goals. With this mission in mind, Crain Company developed an investment strategy for non-profits, family offices and high net worth individuals that creates positive returns while creating positive change in their communities. This strategy not only positively impacts the communities that Crain Company invests in, but it also supports the non-profits that their investors support.
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3D Printed Housing
The second path is a start-up called Crain Company 3D (CC3D).
CC3D, an innovative startup arm of Crain Company, was developed to provide high-quality, affordable and sustainable housing through creatively designed, efficiently built 3D-concrete printed homes. CC3D seeks to partner with local communities, businesses and the construction industry to revolutionize the way homes are built. The first 3D concrete printed multi-family housing community in Kansas, and one of the first in the nation, is scheduled to begin in 2022 in Valley Center, Kansas. To learn more, visit the CC3D website.
The Crain Company Family
Alignment with United Nations Sustainability Goals
The use of solar energy to power Crain Company's Net-Zero housing aligns with Goal 7, which aims to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all. By utilizing solar energy, Crain Company's Net-Zero housing reduces reliance on non-renewable sources of energy, which helps to reduce carbon emissions.
Crain Company's Net-Zero housing aligns with Goal 9 by promoting innovation and sustainable infrastructure. The use of solar energy and the incorporation of other ecologically minded features, such as low-flow toilets, demonstrate a commitment to sustainable design and infrastructure.
Crain Company's Net-Zero housing aims to provide affordable, sustainable housing, which aligns with Goal 10. By reducing the cost of housing, Crain Company aims to help reduce inequalities by providing access to affordable housing for more people.
Crain Company's Net-Zero housing aligns with Goal 11, which aims to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable. By using sustainable materials and designing for sustainability, Crain Company promotes sustainable cities and communities. The reduction of site waste also supports Goal 11 by promoting sustainable consumption and production practices.
Crain Company's Net-Zero housing aligns with Goal 12 by promoting responsible consumption and production practices. The use of solar energy and other ecologically minded features demonstrates a commitment to reducing the carbon footprint of the housing sector. In addition, our approach to building materials is the lowest possible waste using the most sustainable products available that can maintain our commitment to affordability.
Crain Company's Net-Zero housing supports Goal 13, which aims to take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. By using renewable energy sources, reducing site waste, and selling carbon credits back to the market, Crain Company aims to reduce the carbon footprint of its housing developments.
Crain Company's Net-Zero housing aligns with Goal 17 by promoting partnerships and collaboration to achieve sustainable development. By partnering with other organizations, such as solar panel providers, and creating a carbon credit real estate market for all the world's novel building innovation that targets sustainability. Crain Company seeks to partner with groups around the world driven to share practices for the good of society.