1.- Operate, in a format imitating, but not limited to, that of a land bank, in the acquisition and managing of vacant, abandoned, and underutilized properties in a socially, culturally, and economically conscious manner.
2.- Link real estate properties, sitting idle both on the market as well as within their social, cultural, and economic contexts, initially to the events that constitute the local event economy, when appropriate and until they are deemed, legally, necessary for some alternative purpose.
3.- Make accessible activities, services, information, and education currently unsupported within the architecture of the community, using local and regional talent and sponsorship, through the use of said real estate within the contexts of these events, as well as potentially beyond them.
4.- Generate demand for these properties, as well as the programs utilizing them, and expand the operations of existing events.
5.- Simultaneously contribute to the possibility of an exponential appreciation in value of said properties in time.
6.- Devise development strategies with local interests/stakeholders that outline a multiplicity of potentials for these properties, and the individuals and programs they incubate, in long-term/post-development scenarios.
7.- Establish personal, and lucrative, relationships between property owners, private or public, and local stakeholders interested in, and participating in, the furthering ofpublic good through the staging of community-oriented events
8.- Turn a profit, and party.
Event (N.): Anything that happens, especially something important or unusual./