What makes CBG unique is our commitment to the community. Whether it’s partnering with small businesses or delivering groceries to our senior residents, we understand that our company is only as successful as the neighborhoods we build in.
Operating with this mentality means hosting public forums, back and forth discussions, and focus groups in order to ensure each project prioritizes the community’s needs. We cherish the symbiotic relationship between real estate and resident, reframing the development process to benefit all stakeholders.
In an effort to promote education and growth for all, CBG prioritizes HeadStart operations on our properties. A program within the United States Department of Health and Human Services, HeadStart supports the development and school-readiness of children from low-income families through education, nutrition, health, and parent involvement services.
LifeSTEPS (Skills Training and Educational Programs) is an organization dedicated to strengthening communities through educational and social service programs. CBG’s partnership with this group enables our residents to attend social and educational events every month, including career advice sessions, health and wellness check-ins, and social service support.
Throughout the COVID-19 global pandemic, CBG has sought to ensure that our residents are taken care of – particularly our most vulnerable ones. Thus, we implemented a grocery delivery program for residents over the age of 50 years old. LifeSTEPS has been crucial in helping bring our senior community members everything from fresh produce to household necessities three times per month.