I guess it shouldn’t be a surprise that the investor list for Legacy is probably some pretty big wheels in town that wield pretty big swords.

Recently Legacy was announced to be a part of the first project at Flopdation Park, a gigantic warehouse freezer that will employ a handful of forklift operators.

While none of the actual investors came forward, a group of banks were quite eager to say who they were involved with this project. I guess when it isn’t an actual fuddy-duddy rich person but OUR money we have invested in those banks, it’s okay to tell everyone.

Rumor around town is that a guy who recently sold his quite lucrative burger making business and got involved in health clubs and golf courses is one of the investors in Legacy. But I guess we will never know since that investor list is probably locked up in the same place as Richard Benda’s autopsy report and death certificate.

4 Thoughts on “Is there a bigger reason why Legacy’s investors are being kept secret?

  1. The D@ily Spin on May 20, 2017 at 7:43 pm said:

    Isn’t Legacy a subsidiary of Mafia? Everything in this town is organized crime made to look legal. Everyone knows The Godfather. Guessing the lieutenants changes with rigged elections.

  2. How ironic. No, the following is not a video by Alanis Morissette:


  3. Talking about silent investors.

    I watched this Frontline episode and started thinking about Cindy Huether’s investment and a certain new lake front property. Also very similar of hundreds of so called affordable houses being slammed together in SF and those folks pushing against the west side Washington HS apartments.

    Lots of money be made on housing the poor.

  4. anominous on May 21, 2017 at 12:01 pm said:

    Too big to fail.

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