Fund Management

THE MANAGER The Manager, AvenueWest Management, LLC is a Colorado limited liability company recently formed to serve as the manager of the Fund (“Manager”). The Manager is also the sole Class B Member of the Fund (the “Class B Member”). The principals of the Manager are Angela Healy and Timothy Healy (the “Principals”). The Principals…

Targeted Investment Properties

Property Type Class A & B residential properties available for month to month leases. ·       Condominiums ·       Townhouses ·       Homes ·       Smaller multi-family properties Property Size       ·       Studios ·       1 bedrooms ·       2 bedrooms ·       3 bedrooms Uses Furnished monthly rentals available as corporate housing rentals. Site Characteristics       ·      …

AvenueWest Legacy

AvenueWest History AvenueWest Corporate Housing was founded in 1999 as a source for managed corporate housing, an alternative to serviced apartments and extended stay transient hotels. Traditional corporate housing companies will rent apartments on a one-year lease, add rental furniture, housewares and utilities (including electric, gas, cable, internet and phone services) and then rent these…

Fund I

The Fund…………….. AvenueWest Investment Fund I, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (the “Fund”).

Term…………….. 10 years.livingrm4

Investment Strategy……………. The Fund’s investment strategy is to acquire, and provide short-term rentals of, corporate housing properties (the “Investments”).

The Offering ……………. The Fund is seeking to raise not less than $1,000,000 and up to $10,000,000 in capital commitments.

The Manager ……………. AvenueWest Management, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company, will serve as the manager of the Fund (“Manager”). The Manager is also the sole Class B Member of the Fund (the “Class B Member”).

Distributions……………. The Fund intends to distribute available cash generated from Investments (including rental income) and from realizations and liquidations of Investments as soon as is reasonably practicable, taking into account the cash needs of the Fund. The Fund may, in the discretion of the Manager, after the divestiture or liquidation of an Investment, retain and reinvest such proceeds into additional Investments during the Reinvestment Period.