Golden Gate Capital Secures Funding for Five Million Dollars for the Renovation of the Grand Old Opera House in Nashville Nearby Indianapolis, Indiana
Christian Grey, CEO, of Golden Gate Capital is very pleased to announce the funding in the amount of $5,000,000.00 for the purposes of restoring an iconic music and theatrical venue in Nashville, Indiana. Andrew Bloom, Senior VP, "was instrumental in organizing the capital structure and putting the pieces together for this very momentous & historic funding achievement," stated Mr. Grey.
Cheyenne, WY, May 05, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Christian Grey, CEO, of Golden Gate Capital, stated he is "very pleased to confirm funding in the amount of $5,000,000.00" for the purposes of restoring an iconic music venue and theatrical theater in Nashville, Indiana. Andrew Bloom, Senior VP, "was extremely instrumental in the organizing of the capital structure putting key banking relationships together & executing a momentous & historic funding achievement," stated Mr. Grey. Golden Gate Capital has worked with local business leaders, such as Scott Wayman, a local furniture store owner, in the greater Indianapolis region. This is "a worthwhile funding earmarked for improving the Arts and Community," stated Mr. Christian Grey. Innovative Funding collaborated with this endeavor. "The Little Nashville Opera house is a symbol and a beacon for historic musical venues for past, current and future generations to come," stated Mr. Bloom. Golden Gate Capital to date has assisted in or secured over 100 Million dollars in Project Funding and is targeting to double its growth in the next Calendar Year.