25 BOUGH IN THE PRESS
INTERVIEW: Lanre Ajakaiye of 25 Bough Street
Rhode Island Monthly
December 21, 2020
Lanre Ajakaiye drives around the neighborhood where he grew up in the Olneyville section of Providence for a tour that is half nostalgic, half hopeful of its resurgence...
Who to Watch 2021
December 29, 2020
Even the most Pollyanna-minded among us would concede that 2020 was a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year. But with the start of the new year comes an opportunity...
INTERVIEW: Communicating your Business Idea
University of Rhode Island
July 14, 2021
Founder of 25 Bough Street telling the story and how he has overcome entrepreneurial and business challenges with a webinar hosted by his undergrad and alma matter, university of Rhode Island.
New England's First Regulation CF Development Breaks Ground
March 22, 2021
PROVIDENCE, R.I., March 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- In a private ceremony, innovative real estate developer Lanre Ajakaiye, a first generation African-American, broke ground...
Rhode Island Entrepreneur Buys An Entire City Block To Transform It Into A Cultural Facility
April 26, 2021
Lanre Ajakaiye is a Rhode Island entrepreneur who is the son of Nigerian immigrants and is ready to create a cultural revolution in his home state...
Black Entrepreneur Buys Back the Block to Develop 15,000 Sq. Ft. State of the Art Cultural Facility
April 21, 2021
Black Entrepreneur Buys Back the Block to Develop 15,000 Sq. Ft. State of the Art Cultural Facility...
RHODE ISLAND ENTREPRENEUR PURCHASES $15,000 SQUARE FOOT CITY BLOCK TO BUILD CULTURAL FACILITY
Because Of Them We Can
April 28, 2021
A Rhode Island entrepreneur purchased an entire city block to build a cultural facility, AfroTech reports.
Bringing the community together with 25 Bough Street
THE RHODE SHOW
January 28, 2021
Lanre Ajakaiye has done what few have done before. The Rhode Island native has become the first in New England to be approved for a regulation CF campaign by the SEC.
Becoming a Change-Maker
University of Rhode Island Magazine
Idrees “Lanre” Ajakaiye ’95 says the example of his father and his URI education are what spur his work in social entrepreneurship and leadership.