BrixAssist: Support for our Tenants

Resources available to help you navigate this crisis

In this unprecedented time, our goal is to be your steadfast partner, finding and providing resources and opportunities to help you navigate this crisis, stay connected with your customers and your community, and arrive ready to thrive on the other side.  We continually update this list of resources as the situation evolves.  

Restaurant Re-Opening Webinar

Two local restauranteurs and a national daytime cafe chain shared lessons learned during the pandemic and what's worked for them as they move into our new reality.

Length: 48 minutes


  • Laureen Sustachek, VP Lease Admin & Facilities, First Watch Restaurants
  •  Katerina Coumbaros, Owner, Taverna Opa
  •  Michael Bacon, Managing Partner, Brewburger’s Pub & Grill

Moderated by Angel Cicerone, President of Tenant Mentorship and Author of "Growing Small: How to Manage, Market and Measure Your Way to Retail Success in 90 Days"

Financial & Business Resources

Main Street Lending Program:
 The Federal Reserve is expected to roll-out the Main Street Lending Program, which is specifically designed to support small and medium-sized businesses, in the near future.  Importantly, if you participated in the Paycheck Protection Program it does not limit your participation in the Main Street Lending Program.

Eligible businesses:

  • Up to 15,000 employees OR
  • 2019 revenue less than $5 billion

Loan features:

  • Unsecured term loan
  • 5-year maturity
  • Principal deferred for two years and interest deferred for one year
  • Adjustable rate of LIBOR + 300 basis points
  • Loan size: $250,000 - $35M
  • Prepayment permitted without penalty

Click here for more information about the program. Check with your local lender or existing banking relationships.

The Small Business Association (SBA) has created a comprehensive Coronavirus page with all of its resources in one place.


Access to Capital


State Programs

Several states offer guidance and assistance for businesses impacted by COVID-19. Link to your local and state government websites.


The Internal Revenue Service has extended the deadline for filing federal income tax returns to July 15, 2020.


Restaurant & Bar Assistance


Financial Resources for Businesses & Employees


Preparing to Re-Open