One Atlanta couple is giving back by opening Evo Group Holdings, a new nonprofit in southwest Fulton County to help the community in a variety of ways.
Majesty and Elize Gayle, who have been successful with their real estate company, IRP Builders, which cleared more than $1.5 million in revenue in its first year of business, opened Evopia’s headquarters on Oct. 1.
In March the Gayles launched a $100 million fund to improve distressed areas by eliminating vacant properties and creating affordable housing solutions.
According to a news release, Gayles plan to accomplish their mission by “leveraging real estate’s power to globally enhance sustainability in housing.”
The Atlanta facility also has:
♦ meeting rooms with sinks for four people or less to accommodate frequent hand washing and social-distancing measures
♦ corporate office mailing services
♦ isolated, one-person offices for video streaming, zoom meetings and hosting webinars in solitude with high-speed Wi-Fi
♦ a playroom managed by a professional caretaker for children 5 and younger
♦ Three studios (music recording, video and photography)
For more information, visit Evohaven.com.