While political pundits ponder over infrastructure proposals, Tyler Village’s newest tenant, Greencastle, has made it the focus of its business for the past four years.
As developers, investors and owners of sustainable infrastructure assets in North and Latin America, Greencastle has developed and deployed equity capital in excess of $10 billion.
The firm relocated from the Oswald Building at Superior and 12th Street. “We were attracted to the fact that Tyler provides lease flexibility for a growing company like ours,” says Joe Chinnici, Greencastle President and CEO.
In fact, Greencastle has barely settled in to its new offices and is already talking with Tyler about potential moves for expansion within the complex. Its current space in Building 31 is adequate for its eight employees but may not be sufficient when it grows to 30 employees this year.
Greencastle’s focus is four-fold: Renewable energy utilizing solar and microchips, Data Centers (infrastructure), Telecom infrastructure specifically focused on energy and battery storage and what it refers to as “P3”-public/private partnerships.
For more information on Greencastle, visit www.greencastleco.com.