Real Estate
Black-ownedPeople of ColorWomen

Kornr Store

Black woman developer gets back to basics with Detroit neighborhood marketplace.
Investment type:
(Debt )
Target raise:
 - 200000
Minimum investment:​
End date:
Sep 30, 2022
Black woman developer. Focused on small scale development Black demographic. 84% Black residents Food desert. Bringing food to a neighborhood without Community centric. Anchored with a tiny, neighborhood-centric marketplace Terms. 8% amortizing debt. ~5 year term Payments begin. First quarter 2023
Our Story

Many Detroit neighborhoods lack life essentials that we take for granted on a daily basis - access to healthy food and drink options, personal and home goods, and the Internet. Brinda Devine, owner of Purpose8 Real Estate, LLC (the “Company” or “P8 Real Estate”) says “We could have a long discussion on the why, but I would rather focus on a solution and create a why not.” Her “why not” is a concept called Kornr Store, and P8 Real Estate has purchased a tiny building on 6224 16th Street, Detroit, 48208 (the “Property”) to build a home for the first one.