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Exploring the Concept of Space
At Redstone, we see the potential in spaces, and invest to create great places. For our team, pushing the potential of place is about more than better buildings; it's about providing a better experience to everyone that encounters our properties.About Redstone
Investing with Redstone
Everything we do at Redstone rests on a solid foundation built of partnership. Our portfolio is made up of a series of single purpose partnerships that have invested in land, buildings, businesses, and communities.Learn More
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Nurturing Community Connections
Community is what happens when you look beyond your property line. At Redstone, we're locals: coaches, mentors and boosters who know the local ski conditions and where in town to get the best cup of coffee. We love the places where we work, and we're humbled by the responsibility of developing projects that positively contribute to our surroundings. So with a deep respect for the value of neighborhoods, we develop buildings that integrate into their surroundings and foster relationships between people.
The Special Olympics Vermont Penguin Plunge is a unique winter event where participants raise funds to take a dip in Vermont's icy lakes. Now in its twenty- fourth year, the Special Olympics Vermont Penguin Plunge event series supports sports training and competition, health screenings, and leadership opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities in Vermont. Today, Special Olympics Vermont serves 1,310 athletes (people with ID) and 400 Unified partners (people without ID who train and compete with Special Olympics athletes) offering thirteen sports and nine state-wide competitions each year. In 2018, Penguin Plunge events raised $542,706, or nearly 40% of our operating budget.